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Pasta is usually used as a neutral carrier of all things tomatoey and creamy. If you have removed gluten and/or processed foods from your diet, the longing for pasta can be a tough one to beat. I mean, who doesn’t love to eat pasta and noodles? In this section I will share with you some noodle alternatives as well as how to make many different noodles by using a spiralizer. Spiralizing is nothing fancier than turning vegetables into noodles. This easy-to-use kitchen countertop tool creates noodles that are low-cal, low-carb, gluten-free, and raw (can be cooked if desired).
While the zucchini is the most commonly spiralized vegetable, the change of seasons brings different seasonal produce that can be quickly transformed into noodles that are filled with essential vitamins and other nutrients that are essential for our bodies. This will help you keep on track with your healthy eating goals by eating more vegetables – the fun way!