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how to make my own 'industrial' corn pasta?

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I've been unwell for quite awhile now and corn pasta has been a lifer saver because it's fairly easy to digest (for me.)

Anyway, i'm curious as to how exactly they are made. For instance look at this product:

http://www.leveneziane.it/en/gluten-free-pasta/tubetti-corn-pasta

The ingredients are simply corn flour and an emulsifier, but if you take a look online for any homemade corn pasta recipes you will surely find mostly complex recipes with many ingredients. An ingredient list of size two that creates pasta with such a good texture is hard to believe! I'd LOVE to know their full process ^_^.

Does anyone have any experience in this field? I'd love to make my own and learn the process - but I don't want a complex homemade recipe with 10+ ingredients as those are sometimes harder to digest for me frown.gif

Thanks for your time!
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Have you tried non-gmo wheat pasta? A good organic brand? I found I cannot eat GMO wheat but am fine with my home ground flour and organic wheat berries.

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