Whole Wheat Pasta

October 9, 2009 at 7:17 am 1 comment

Whole wheat pasta is made with whole wheat flour, meaning that the flour includes the bran and germ of the wheat. It has more fiber and nutrients than pasta made with white flour, and it has a somewhat different texture and flavor. Some people find that whole wheat pasta is not to their liking, but I haven’t noticed much of a difference in taste. Consider choosing whole wheat pasta as a healthier alternative to conventional pasta. That way you won’t be consuming empty carbohydrates and you can justify having pasta on a regular basis.IMG_0247

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  • […] Whole Wheat Pasta « Around the BLOCK marybloch.wordpress.com/2009/10/09/whole-wheat-pasta – view page – cached Whole wheat pasta is made with whole wheat flour, meaning that the flour includes the bran and germ of the wheat. It has more fiber and nutrients than pasta made with white flour, and it has a… (Read more)Whole wheat pasta is made with whole wheat flour, meaning that the flour includes the bran and germ of the wheat. It has more fiber and nutrients than pasta made with white flour, and it has a somewhat different texture and flavor. Some people find that whole wheat pasta is not to their liking, but I haven’t noticed much of a difference in taste. Consider choosing whole wheat pasta as a healthier alternative to conventional pasta. That way you won’t be consuming empty carbohydrates and you can justify having pasta on a regular basis. (Read less) — From the page […]

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