Explore Cuisine Re-Defines Pasta

Looking for some more interesting pasta options?  Looking to spice up your daily menus a little more?  Well, Explore Cuisine has the solutions with their bean pastas , pulse pastas and rice pastas.  Not sure what to make with these pastas?  Check out SOS Free Vegans!

Bean Pastas: One Ingredient.  ORGANIC BEANS – that’s it.  In only seven minutes, your family can indulge in a delicious, healthy and satisfying meal, power-packed with high protein and high fiber. Varieties include Black Bean Spaghetti, Edamame and Mung Bean Fettuccini and Edamame Spaghetti.

Pulse Pastas: Made from organic lentils and chickpeas, these pastas are high in protein and a great source of fiber and iron. Vegan, organic, and gluten free- it’s a perfect dish for everyone at the table. In just minutes your family will be enjoying fresh pastas made in Italy. Varieties include Red Lentil Penne, Green Lentil Penne, Chickpea Fusilli, Green Lentil Lasagne, and more!

Rice Pastas: Packed with organic pea protein, these short cut pastas are gluten-free, 100% vegan, organic, non-GMO and certified whole grain. Varieties include Brown Rice Fusilli, Brown Rice Rigatoni and Organic Red Rice Macaroni.

They have bean pastas, pulse pastas, rice pastas and rice noodles.  Made from 100% organic beans, pulses and rice making them organic, wholesome and delicious.  They are rich in plant based protein and fiber as well as being rich in iron.

The pastas are organic, vegan, non GMO, and gluten free!

For me it is a huge help that I can find it at my local Stop and Shop in the organic grocery section. This is a pasta that my kids love and look forward to.

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