Pasta with Crickets & Spirulina

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High protein pasta with crickets and spirulina.
Low gluten content

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5,40 € tax incl.

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Ingredientssmall spelled flour 60.41%, crickets 6.74%, spirulina 5.58%, eggs from organic farming 19.41%, water 7.86%
Comments:Sans Conservateurs, sans colorants, Frits et déshydratés, riche en protéine et en fibre
Weight:125g
Nutritional information / per 100g:Energy 382 kcal1/1614kj fat : 6.2g/9% Saturated fatty acids: 1.5g 8% Carbohydrates : 61g 23% with sugar : 4g 4% proteins: 20g 40% salt: 1g 17%
allergens:shellfish

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Artisanal low-gluten dry pasta made from spelled flour, "outdoor" eggs, crickets (6.74%) and spirulina (5.58%). Drying in the old, slow and low temperature.

Cricket flour contains high quality protein and nutrients.
It is very rich in fiber and trace elements.

Spirulina is a freshwater algae that is known to be a "super food".
Indeed it is very rich in proteins, iron, vitamins and trace elements; An extremely rich seaweed that is perfect for sportsmen, tired, convalescent, wishing to lose weight or simply want to stay in shape.

Sport and dietetics:

These pastes are perfect for sportsmen, tired, convalescent people, wanting to lose weight, wanting to stay in shape or just looking for new flavors.

Composition: The control unit corresponds to a kraft sachet with a net weight of 125g

Ingredients: small spelled flour 60.41%, crickets 6.74%, spirulina 5.58%, eggs from organic farming 19.41%, water 7.86%

Choices:

1 - The radiatore (radiatori in the plural), is a special paste that recalls a certain type of hose-shaped radiator with fins.This particular shape works as a trap, so they are generally used for dishes in sauce but also In salads or soups.Print [ra-dia-to-rè]

2- Fusilli are classic pasta, elongated, twisted in triple helix and the surface is smooth.

They are very good with rich sauces, with meat or cheese, which adhere well to its spirals.

They are also very popular in salads.

It is one of the best known pasta in the world.

Pronounce [fou-zi-li]