Consumer Reports tested a variety of whole-grain spaghettis. All contain at least five grams of fiber per serving. Regular pasta only contains about two.
Trained taste testers evaluated the pastas. Some had a cardboard flavor. Hodgson mill whole wheat whole grain spaghetti was the worst.
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