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Barbara Hawk

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So, if you check the rules about re-creating baked goods, it says this: 

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*Some specific foods that fall under this rule include: pancakes, crepes, waffles, bread, tortillas, biscuits, muffins, cupcakes, cookies, brownies, alternative flour pizza crust or pastas,

That's from this page: https://whole30.com/whole30-program-rules/

When we say pasta that's 100% vegetable, we typically mean if you use a spiralizer or food processor to cut your vegetable into noodle-like shapes. What this company has done is probably ground dried peas into flour, and then made pasta out of that -- they definitely didn't just spiralize some peas. So I'm going to say thos is a no while you're on Whole30, though it might work great afterwards if you find you feel better without grains.

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1 hour ago, ShannonM816 said:

So, if you check the rules about re-creating baked goods, it says this: 

That's from this page: https://whole30.com/whole30-program-rules/

When we say pasta that's 100% vegetable, we typically mean if you use a spiralizer or food processor to cut your vegetable into noodle-like shapes. What this company has done is probably ground dried peas into flour, and then made pasta out of that -- they definitely didn't just spiralize some peas. So I'm going to say thos is a no while you're on Whole30, though it might work great afterwards if you find you feel better without grains.

Thank you so much! I figured as much, but I wanted to be sure. I have already turned my gluten free and vegan friends on to this pasta. 

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