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    Quote Originally Posted by Carpe diem 2013 View Post
    It's very expensive and usually sold in small packs. Fwiw I would just put a seperate saucepan and make sure the pasta shape/type is different so they are not mixed up
    And I find (may just be the kind I have bought) that it goes almost soggy and falls apart. I would do as Carpe diem suggested and just do a separate batch for your friend.

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    Thanks ladies. If it's expensive, I definitely will!

    I'm thinking I will just do spag bog. It's one of the few things where I do make my own sauce so know it won't have any thickeners in it and it's fairly quick and easy to do while trying to wrangle kids and entertain visitors.

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    My sister is gluten free / dairy free.

    Last time she came to visit, I made spag bol and just cooked her gluten free pasta separately.

    If you are after dessert ideas - gluten free brownies are yum.


 

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