I have tried and tried to like it but gave up. Now I just enjoy my regular white pasta. sigh I love rough, brown bread so it seems I would like whole wheat pasta but I just don't. Like Mick said, it may be the texture as well as the taste.
No. I'm with MickS - it's the texture. I just don't like it. And like Hypenbird, I tried to like it, but finally decided it just wasn't for me. Give me white pasta or I won't enjoy eating anything made with whole wheat pasta.
by Marcy Goodfleisch 6 years ago
Do you have a recipe for pizza dough? Preferably whole wheat, if possible?I want to experiment with making my own pizza, and I'd prefer making the dough as well. But I'm not sure how pizza dough performs compared to regular bread. Anyone got a recipe you'd like to post?? ...
by starme77 8 years ago
Wheat or White? Just wondering , my son says wheat
by Rangerwife 8 years ago
What are some healthy foods that taste good?
by jaydawg808 4 years ago
Has anyone tried a true dairy-free cheese that taste good?Has to be lactose & casein free...
by ketage 5 years ago
Who here has tried Durian and what did you think of it ?
by dappledesigns 5 years ago
What are the differences between traditional pasta and whole grain pasta?
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