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    whole wheat spaghetti

    I have been trying some new things lately and decided to try whole wheat spaghetti noodles instead of just the white ones. I was cooking the noodles thinking that I would not like them, but was I ever surprised. I loved them and so did the rest of my family. YUMMY. I don't know if I will ever make the regular noodles again.


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    I might have to try them again. . . I ate them years ago but decided I really preferred white pasta, but now you and Eli both say brown pasta can be delicious. . . Perhaps they've improved the flavor.
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    That is the only thing we use here anymore! I love it! My mom made spaghetti with regular noodles and it just isn't the same! They are also better for you Glad everyone like them!
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    I started buying this recently as well. I have whole wheat spaghetti and penne right now and am very satisfied with both. I feel good about making a healthy switch too. Of course, we eat so much pasta that I'm sure we'll continue to use the other kind too.
    Lynn

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    Me too! I was pleasantly surprised. Yes, I still prefer the regular, but this is a pretty painless substitution and am trying to buy it more and more.
    DD (10) (USA)
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    triplet girls b/d 10/00 at 23 wks. (IVF)


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    I buy and use it when I can. Kids and I are fine with it and I'm glad that they will grow up knowing that taste. Dh is taking some time getting used to it. LOL
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