If you love pasta but can’t eat the stuff, for one reason or another, the alternatives have bordered on pathetic... until lately. HuffPost Taste tested a bunch of these options a couple of years ago and it was the saddest taste test we ever conducted. But the world of gluten-free pasta has grown since then, and there’s one pasta alternative that stands out: Banza.
Many brands make pasta out of interesting ingredients like brown rice, quinoa, farro and even kamut.
Chickpeas seem to be everywhere lately - and for good reason: they're high in protein, fiber, folate, and zinc. And in a small study, chickpeas have also been shown to aid in weight loss. We love how versatile they are: whether roas...
America's Test Kitchen knows how to make gluten-free food taste just as good as the regular stuff. They tell Fresh Air about the best packaged pasta, and the secrets of gluten-free baking.
People stay away from pasta for a bunch of reasons. Some fear its high carbohydrate count, while others keep it off their plates to maintain a gluten-free diet. A new product called Banza is working to change the game. It looks like...
With double the protein and four times the fiber of traditional pasta, Under 30 Brian Rudolph's Banza chickpea pasta is out to turn your next Italian meal on its head.