Wheat

Harissa Hummus Breakfast Tartine

The harissa hummus gives this eggy breakfast a North African flair. The haricots verts and greens help the color pop and provide a nice crunch in every bite....

Bahn Mi Mac and Cheese

This is a more grown-up version of everyone’s favorite comfort food. With a little bit of spiciness and crunch, what’s not to love?...

Veggie and Chive Appetizer

The fresh herbs and garlic lend loads of flavor to this simple and elegant appetizer. ...

Smoked Salmon Appetizers

Apples and pumpkin seeds add a nice twist on this classic combination. Change it up even more by using pickled herring in place of salmon. 

Sesame and Kimchi Cracker

These topped crispbreads work as a colorful appetizer or flavorful snack. 

Guacamole and Shrimp Cracker

These topped crispbreads work as a colorful appetizer or flavorful snack. 

Tuscan Bean and Vegetable Cracker

These topped crispbreads work as a colorful appetizer or flavorful snack. ...

Whole Grain Rotini with Zucchini and Tomatoes

Looking for a quick and easy weeknight dinner option? This classic pasta dish is just that. 

Peanut Noodles with Turmeric Tofu

Need comfort food? Noodles with peanut sauce hits the spot. 

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A new kind of pumpkin pie! This is a traditional delicacy of Cyprus, a pastry filled with bulgur, pumpkin, and raisins. In the south, near Pafos, chopped fennel is added to the pumpkin-bulgur filling for freshness. ...

Avoiding Wheat Linked with Low Fiber, High Saturated Fat Intakes

Although wheat has been a staple crop for centuries, in recent years it has (unjustly) become a scapegoat by fad-dieters seeking a wheat-free or low-carb diet. In this study, researchers analyzed the diets of 30 people who reported avoiding wheat to see if this wheat-free diet impacted their nutrient intake. The wheat avoiders (many of whom happened to be avoiding dairy as well) consumed too little fiber and calcium, and too much saturated fat and total fat according to dietary recommendations. Interestingly, although 85% of the participants reported avoiding ALL wheat products, ⅓ of the participants reported eating a wheat-based food in their food record (mostly in the form of discretionary snacks/desserts).
Nutrition & Dietetics: The Journal of the Dietitians Association of Australia. 2019 Jul;76(3):305-312. doi: 10.1111/1747-0080.12521. (Golly S et al.)

Steamed Whole Wheat Pork Buns

These delectable steamed pork buns are a popular street food in China and a wonderful addition to your table any time of the year. These savory delicacies take a little work, but they’re absolutely worth it. ...

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