Freee - Organic Buckwheat Penne (GF), 500g Pack of 8

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Freee - Organic Buckwheat Penne (GF), 500g Pack of 8

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Quick Description

Va bene! Cook quick and easy penne with Freee’s Organic Pasta. Their Italian-made, gluten-free Buckwheat Pasta is free from eggs, milk, and wheat.

Key Information

  • Organic Gluten-Free Penne Pasta
  • Made from buckwheat flour
  • Doesn’t contain milk or eggs
  • Made in Italy
  • Kosher

Product Overview

Eat pasta worry-free with Freee’s Organic Buckwheat Penne. It’s free from common allergens like eggs and milk and it’s Kosher and gluten-free so everyone can enjoy a hot bowl of delicious penne.

One should always have pasta in the cupboard. Pasta makes for quick and easy dinners and it’s ideal for mid-week meals. Prepare Freee Buckwheat Pasta just like you would the normal way. Cook until al dente or until you reach your desired consistency and you’re good to go!

Freee’s Organic Penne has exterior ridges, making it a wonderful choice for thicker or chunkier sauces. These ridges capture these sauces better than smooth pasta.

The Freee Buckwheat Penne is a Soil Association Certified Organic pasta made out of buckwheat flour. Buckwheat is very nutritious and despite its name, it’s not a type of wheat. 

Cooked buckwheat pasta could provide you with about 20% of the protein and dietary fibre needed for daily consumption.


Buckwheat flour*
*Organic produce

Frequently Asked Questions 

Is the Freee Organic Buckwheat Pasta actually gluten-free?

It is! It is made from buckwheat. Despite its name, buckwheat is not a type of wheat. It’s not even cereal. It’s more related to rhubarb, if anything. That’s why it’s naturally gluten-free.

Buckwheat is also a good source of fibre and protein. It’s even commonly called a superfood for its potential heart-healthy and weight loss benefits.

How long do I cook or boil this pasta?

A portion of pasta (that’s 100g) will need a litre of water and 1/2 tsp salt for seasoning. Boil for roughly five minutes or until you reach your desired doneness. Do check on the pasta to make sure it doesn’t stick to each other while boiling. Once that’s done you can drain and serve!