I was reading a paper by Jeff Novick about fast food ideas that are not calorie dense. He wrote, "The problem with whole grain processed products (like bread, dry cereal, etc) is that even though they are whole grains, they are still calorie dense. One of the only exceptions is whole grain pasta. The reason is, when you cook whole grain pasta, it absorbs some of the water it is cooked in, which is absorbed into the structure of the pasta, lowering its calorie density." So, I am wondering if it would be okay to occasionally have some whole grain pasta on the Starch-Smartest plan.
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