pastas and noodles
contains: nutsrelated ingredients: oat milk
It’s often easy to find almond milk in health food stores, and a wider range of nut milks are now becoming available as well. Packed with high amounts of nutrients from the various nuts, these are excellent alternatives to cow’s milk. You can also make your own extremely easily. Cover approximately 225g/8oz/11/2 cups of whichever nut you chose with 750ml/11/4 pints/3 cups water and leave to soak overnight. In the morning blend the nuts with a little of the water and gradually pour in the remaining water, blending all the while, until it becomes a fine milk. Add honey to taste if you like.
, coconut milk
Buckwheat contains all 8 essential amino acids, as well as great sources of magnesium and B-vitamins.corn pasta
Full of vitamins, especially Vitamin C and B-vitamins, and packed with fibre.kamut pasta
Although kamut contains gluten, this non-hybridized grain can often be tolerated by wheat-intolerant people.millet pasta
Fantastically alkalizing, millet is high in silicone, magnesium and potassium.quinoa pasta
A powerhouse of nutrients, quinoa contains very high levels of iron, zinc, calcium, B-vitamins and vitamin E.rice noodles
Rice makes excellent noodles which are delicious with Asian curries and stir-fried noodles, as well as salads. rice paper sheets
Rice sheets are great for rice paper rolls, as well as good alternatives for pancakes.rice pasta
Rice is usually combined with other ingredients for pasta. spelt pasta
Spelt makes a good pasta and has a lovely nutty taste.