Food and nutrients - Pasta, rice and noodles

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How to choose gluten-free pasta

Following a gluten-free diet used to mean missing out on...

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How much sodium is in those quick-cook noodles?

Quick-cook noodles are cheap, quick and tasty, and are often...

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Extreme makeover: Lasagne and macaroni cheese

Favourites on everyone's list of comfort foods, they can be...

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HFG guide to rice

Senior nutritionist Rose Carr tells us how to select a...

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HFG guide to instant noodles

We’ve sampled flavoured instant noodles, a common snack for many...

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Ask the experts: Noodles

Q: "My preschoolers love 2-minute noodles. There is such a...

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Ask Niki: Orzo

Q. "Can you please tell me what orzo is and how...

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Ask the experts: Glutinous rice

Q: "Rice is gluten-free, so what is 'glutinous rice'?"CaitlinA: Nutritionist...

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Ask the experts: Dried vs cooked weights

How do I interpret the weight on a pasta pack? Q:...

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Ask the experts: Leftover rice

Q: "Can I get sick from leftover rice?"A: Yes! Uncooked...

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Ask the experts: Wholegrain rice and oats

Q: I like brown rice and I like that it’s...

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Ask Niki: Pasta alternatives for coeliacs

Q: We eat a lot of pasta in our house...

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How to choose fresh pasta

Pasta is easy to prepare, versatile and delicious. Nutritionist Brigid...

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Six ways with noodles

Noodles are inexpensive, easy to cook and incredibly versatile! Niki...

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How do they make pasta?

Pasta is Italian for ‘paste’ or ‘dough’. It’s a staple...

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10 ways with leftover rice

Rice is high in carbohydrate, low in saturated fat, sodium...

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10 ways with noodles

This cheap pantry staple has so much more to offer...

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Types of rice

Confused about all the different types of rice available? This...

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