- Benefits & Description
Benefits & Description
Instant | Produces 187 Cups of Pasta
• Food storage container filled to the brim
Our Instant Rotini ValueBUCKET is a great way to store a lot of food in an efficient space! • Choose natural food over preservatives
The only ingredient in here is pasta spirals and a smidgen of salt. • Simplify your life
A dependable container can be stored most anywhere and will take up little space. • High-grade food storage container
Quality food-grade bucket with mylar metal pouching will keep your food safe and ready for you. Saratoga Farms™ Rotini Pasta is amazing. Similar to a sponge, these instant rotini noodles grow exponentially when water is added. A serving of this spiral pasta is 3/4 of a cup dry but after steeping in 10 minutes of hot water you have over 1 3/4 cup of noodles!
Due to the noodle's ability to grow and expand with hot water you're essentially taking a 5-gallon bucket with approximately 80 cups and after reconstituting getting 187 cups! Talk about a space saver. 107 three quarter cup servings per bucket is 187 cups of noodles!
Also, each Saratoga Farms™ ValueBUCKET has a mylar bag & oxygen absorbers sealed inside. This keeps light and moisture out so your food stays good for a long, long time and since the mylar bag keeps the aroma inside, rodents won't be coming for a meal.
All Saratoga Farms dehydrated and freeze dried products have a great reputation of being long-lasting, packed with nutrients, and great-tasting - and Instant Rotini Noodles are no exception! With high percentages fiber, carbohydrates and calories; Instant Rotini Noodle will make a healthy, versatile addition to your food storage!
- What's in the Box?
What's In-the-Box?Pasta (1 Bucket | 107 Servings):
(1) Saratoga Farms™ Rotini Pasta ValueBUCKET
- Features & Specifications
Features & Functions
SKU: FD0340G Net Weight: 11.62 lbs (5.27 kg) Total Servings: 107 Total Calories: 21400 Shelf Life: Up to 25 Years Dimensions (LxWxH): 12" x 12" x 15" Allergen and Specialty: Lactose Free, Pork Free, Shellfish Free, Soy Free, Vegetarian Food Type: Grains and Flours Packaging: 5-Gallon Bucket Preservation: Dehydrated Storage Requirements: Click to Read Storage Requirements
Shelf Life StatementTo achieve maximum shelf life, store in an environment with a temperature of 60F or lower and humidity of 10 percent or less. Shelf life statements are based on manufacturer claims, industry standards and relevant studies from reliable sources. The Ready Store disclaims any liability or warranty as actual shelf life results may vary depending on individual storage conditions.
Preparation Instructions: Mix 3/4 Cup of Instant Rotini noodles with 1/2 Cup of boiling hot water. Cover and let sit for 5-10 minutes. Remove cover and drain excess water. Makes 1 3/4 Cup of delicious rotini noodles. Array: Saratoga Farms Product Series: No Serving Size: 3/4 Cup dry (55 g)
- Nutrition & Ingredients
Nutrition & IngredientsINGREDIENTS: Durum Wheat Semolina, Whole Egg, Salt.
ALLERGENS: Processed in a plant that handles wheat, egg, milk, soybean, peanut, and tree nut products.
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