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Old 01-01-2020, 10:56 PM
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So looking for some suggestions and help on where to purchase spaghetti and angle hair pasta in bulk. I am looking to purchase 50 to 100 LBS now.

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Old 01-02-2020, 12:22 AM
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Gordons or a restaurant supply co?
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Old 01-03-2020, 01:17 AM
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Gordons or a restaurant supply co?
Just be aware they often donít outprice Walmart or similar. We have a local supply co nearby, and Atlanta has a restaurant depot ( requires a business license)

There is a online supply place with a warehouse in Albany, GA that sells to anyone. Prices are good, as is their service. They have lots of pasta and Italian foods.

https://www.webstaurantstore.com
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We have a "cash and carry" store that is restaurant supply - good prices. I buy my HV Ranch by the gallon almost half the price Winco charges for the same amount in smaller containers. Winco is about 2/3 the price of Albertson's or Fred Meyer.

Check your store, Winco will let you order bulk stuff at better prices.
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Do you have any idea which kind of pasta is the fastest cooking? ..might save a little bit of energy. Also, will pasta store longer than the ingredients used to make it? except for eggs...but I wonder if powdered eggs can be used to make pasta?
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So got 28 pounds of Angle Hair Pasta at Smart Food service formally cash and carry.

Had to get the 25 lb bag of Bobs Red Mill quick cooking steel cut oats as well. $18. Yummi!
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So got 28 pounds of Angle Hair Pasta at Smart Food service formally cash and carry.

Had to get the 25 lb bag of Bobs Red Mill quick cooking steel cut oats as well. $18. Yummi!
Great choices! Now if science could explain why the spaghetti tastes better when it's a leftover the next day. lol
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All pasta tastes better the next day because the other flavors have soaked all the way through.
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You can buy pasta from the LDS Bishop's Storehouse. If you are not close to one, I wonder if it is something you can order? I live within driving distance, so I can go in and purchase.
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