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NatrixOne™ Camelina Gluten Free Macaroni

NatrixOne™ Camelina Gluten Free Macaroni

NatrixOne is excited to celebrate Macaroni Day with all of our furry friends! As any pet owner knows, dogs need a well-balanced diet to stay healthy and active. While carbs are an important part of a dog’s diet, it’s important to choose the right kind of carb. Pasta is a great option for performance dogs that burn through calories quickly, but it’s important to be aware of possible intolerances. Just like humans, dogs can have gluten and dairy intolerances. For this reason, we have chosen a recipe that is sure to satisfy even the pickiest food lover while offering a balanced level of NatrixOne Omegas. The Cassava is a root vegetable that is ground whole and dries into a fiber-rich flour used to make this particular pasta. Sustainable farming is at the heart of our mission, as well as our business partners. Bon appetite!

Ingredients:

  • 4oz NatrixOne Camelina Oil
  • 1/2 cup Gluten Free Grain Free Cassava Elbow Pasta
  • 1 tsp salt
  • Favorite Fresh Garnish: Basil, Parsley, or Oregano

Directions:

Bring three quarts of water to a rolling boil. Add 1 tspn of salt, or as desired. Cook the pasta on high heat, stirring frequently. Strain and test for doneness. Once strained add two pumps of NatrixOne Camelina Oil for Dogs. Top with your favorite Garnish and Bon Appetite!

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