8 responses to A Visit To An Amish Noodle Business (16 Photos)
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    Lucinda
    Comment on A Visit To An Amish Noodle Business (16 Photos) (July 4th, 2018 at 07:27)

    Fascinating – I always like to learn how things are made. Thanks, Don and Erik.

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    Marie Graber
    Comment on A Visit To An Amish Noodle Business (16 Photos) (July 4th, 2018 at 08:54)

    Yes the business has been sold and is still going strong! These noodles are a fast seller and are delicious!

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    Comment on yellow #5 ? (July 4th, 2018 at 10:24)

    yellow #5 ?

    You use yellow #5? I can’t believe that the Amish use artificial colors made from petroleum in their all-natural food products. Please tell me it’s not true. I don’t care what the FDA says.

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    KimH
    Comment on Egg noodles (July 4th, 2018 at 10:37)

    Egg noodles

    Thanks for the photos and story on how they make their noodles. It was really neat.

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    Comment on Noodles (July 4th, 2018 at 11:25)

    Noodles

    Thanks Erik for once again giving me the opportunity to share an Amish experience here. And Marie is right — they are quite tasty!

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    Al in Ky
    Comment on A Visit To An Amish Noodle Business (16 Photos) (July 4th, 2018 at 12:09)

    Thanks for this post. I’ve seen lots of Amish noodles for sale — in big stores like E & S Bulk Foods in Shipshewana, as well as in small produce stands on Amish farms. I always wondered how they were made and didn’t realize it took so long and is so much work. I wonder how this method of making noodles compares to the way they are made in large commercial noodle factories.

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    Comment on Noodles. (July 7th, 2018 at 13:13)

    Noodles.

    We love your noodles. They are hard to find here. I am going on a tour group in September to Lancaster Pa, and I will buy some more there and other Amish food, like Shoo-fly pie, my husband favorite. I enjoyed the photos of the noodle factory. I was wondering, can we buy the very wide noodles to make Lasagna? Thank you so very much. My daughter and her family loves your noodles too. Another question, where can I buy Amish peanut butter, that used to come in a jar, not a plastic bottle.

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      Comment on A Visit To An Amish Noodle Business (16 Photos) (July 8th, 2018 at 12:30)

      Joan, I wrote the article, but I’m afraid that I am not in any way connected to the people that make the noodles. In fact, we live on opposites sides of the state, and I don’t even know the people that operate the business now. Back when I took the pictures I never the business do the larger noodles you asked about, but I don’t know what they do now. And sorry, but I don’t know the answer to your peanut butter question either.

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