Egg noodles. Simple, right? You'd think so! Used to be, egg noodles were flat strips of pasta. Now, they are flat, but also twisted. Not twisted, like Rotini/Rotelli/fusilli/"bed springs" (which is what my mom used to call what Ronzoni calls Rotini), but it's like they take the flat strips and give them a twist, so that when they cook, they cook up curly and twisted. I HATE THAT! If I want twisty pasta, I'll buy bed spring pasta. When i want noodles, I want flat noodles. Especially if I'm making a casserole or a kugel. But even if I'm making the noodles as an accompaniment to goulash or meatballs in gravy. Pennsylvania Dutch egg noodles are all twisty. The store brand egg noodles are all twisty. All the other brands I've seen at my market are twisty. Does anyone know why they now twist the noodles before they dry so they cook up twisty? Why can't you buy flat noodles anymore? Why did they change it????