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Old 28-03-2007, 02:02 PM posted to alt.food.diabetic
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that didn't spike me.

Nutrition Kitchen whole soybean pasta (http://www.nutrikitchen.com/).
Looks like it only comes in "angel hair" style, so no lasagna yet, but
it's available in yellow, green or black, depending on the type of bean
they use to make it.

22g carbs/11g dietary fiber/3g sugars
23g protein

pre meal - 104, 2 hours PP - 119 (regular pasta, 2 hour PP 180+)

No connection other than a very happy pasta eater (again :-)

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On Wed, 28 Mar 2007 08:21:25 -0700, TigerLily wrote:

how much pasta did you consume for those stats?


"The recommended dosage" :-) Their serving size is 2oz uncooked pasta.
That's about what I ate (cooked, of course :-). It is also typical of
the portion I'd eat to get the 180+ numbers with regular pasta.

Bruce

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how much pasta did you consume for those stats?

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that didn't spike me.

Nutrition Kitchen whole soybean pasta

(http://www.nutrikitchen.com/).
Looks like it only comes in "angel hair" style,

so no lasagna yet, but
it's available in yellow, green or black,

depending on the type of bean
they use to make it.

22g carbs/11g dietary fiber/3g sugars
23g protein

pre meal - 104, 2 hours PP - 119 (regular pasta,

2 hour PP 180+)

No connection other than a very happy pasta

eater (again :-)

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being every right that
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Thomas Paine
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How did it taste? What about texture?

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that didn't spike me.

Nutrition Kitchen whole soybean pasta (http://www.nutrikitchen.com/).
Looks like it only comes in "angel hair" style, so no lasagna yet, but
it's available in yellow, green or black, depending on the type of bean
they use to make it.

22g carbs/11g dietary fiber/3g sugars
23g protein

pre meal - 104, 2 hours PP - 119 (regular pasta, 2 hour PP 180+)

No connection other than a very happy pasta eater (again :-)

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1.207.633.9600 | you claim for yourself. - Thomas Paine
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On Mon, 02 Apr 2007 15:46:49 +0000, Uncle Enrico wrote:

How did it taste? What about texture?


One answer might be found in the last line of my post :-)

No connection other than a very happy pasta eater (again :-)


Having said that, both are a bit different than "good 'ol durham wheat"
but it's not half bad. I WILL be getting more. It's not as "different"
as Coke vs Pepsi, or even Coke vs Diet Coke, more like Coke vs Coke Zero.

Even my wife (who we call "The Starch Queen") likes it.

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Thanks. I'll give it a try. I'm the sort who is willing to make some
compromises for safe numbers.

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On Mon, 02 Apr 2007 15:46:49 +0000, Uncle Enrico wrote:

How did it taste? What about texture?


One answer might be found in the last line of my post :-)

No connection other than a very happy pasta eater (again :-)


Having said that, both are a bit different than "good 'ol durham wheat"
but it's not half bad. I WILL be getting more. It's not as "different"
as Coke vs Pepsi, or even Coke vs Diet Coke, more like Coke vs Coke Zero.

Even my wife (who we call "The Starch Queen") likes it.

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