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GTKARLA Posts: 155
5/7/12 12:11 A

Brown rice, oatmeal, muesli, barely (1/3 cup can be added to rice (brown or white) for nutritional boost and different texture), quinoa, whole meal and rye bread and whole meal Indian flat breads.

KELEKONA Posts: 605
5/5/12 8:27 A

I only use short-grain brown rice for when barley is the right texture but the wrong taste. I prefer opportunities to use barley.

I'm over with whole-grain spaghetti except as noodle companion to stir-fry. Other whole-grain pastas are falling out because their price is getting too high and I'm tired of the limited shapes.

I also like beans.

SNOOPY1960 Posts: 1,681
5/4/12 11:18 P

Oatmeal !!

I do not eat instant, I buy "old fashioned" and cook it myself. Does not take long. I also slice up one or two apples paper thin and add it to the oatmeal when it is almost done. A teaspoon of brown sugar and a 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon and I am one happy girl !!!



HEMAMALINI100 Posts: 2,811
5/4/12 9:55 P

I love whole grains. We normally eat any of these- brown rice ( any variety), beans( any kind), lentils, black eyes peas, dried green peas.
If you soak your beans and peas overnight they cook well and better for your stomach to digest.

DROPCONE Posts: 1,532
5/2/12 11:21 A

I like brown basmati rice, and couscous, and oats. I have tried quinoa (even though scientifically that is not a grain, it is a seed), and I'm still trying to get the hang of it.

I've been wanting to try barley but I can't seem to find any in the stores!

DIDS70 Posts: 5,070
4/30/12 10:11 A

don't touch them

HUTCHMOM Posts: 1
4/29/12 10:54 P

What does everybody enjoy for whole grains?

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