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Ronzoni Healthy Harvest Whole Wheat Wide Noodles

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Ronzoni Healthy Harvest Whole Wheat Wide NoodlesThis is a great alternative to traditional egg noodles. It’s not 100% whole wheat but the nutritional info and fiber count make up for it. Each 2 oz serving weighs in at 180 calories, 1 g of fat and 6 g of fiber. You are thinking yeah, that’s no big deal most whole pastas are about 190 calories. Well, let me tell you I never imagined a serving size to be so BIG! I mean when you weigh out 2 ounces you will be surprised. Egg noodles are just a bit lighter and so you get more “bang for your buck” and I’m a big fan of big portions! ;~)

The Ronzoni site doesn’t list this product but I found them on amazon.




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    Anonymous

    August 21, 2007

    They sell these in my local grocery store. I love them! I have 2 bags in my pantry.

    Also wanted to thank you so much for telling us about the whole wheat Orzo. I’m Italian and was raised eating Orzo. I’m so happy to have found them in whole wheat. They are fantastic in soups! I put them in lentil soup with a little grated cheese and it’s one of my favorite meals.

    Michele

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    kat

    August 22, 2007

    This is silly, but I noticed that Ronzoni should have you endorse them… afterall, your name is Roni & they just added “zon” to it! LOL.

    Thanks for all the wonderful tips, recipes and sharing.
    kat

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    jodi

    August 22, 2007

    this is the only pasta i use right now – its great for pasta salads and super yummy w/pesto… :o)

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    Courtney

    August 22, 2007

    I use this pasta ALL the time. You get a TON of pasta for very few ounces! I highly recommend it for all too…AND, Roni…I just got my Whole Wheat Orzo in the mail today from Amazon. My hubby couldn’t believe I was ordering orzo and not books through Amazon! Thanks for the awesome tip!!!blk

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    tmelton

    August 23, 2007

    They sell these at Wal-Mart.

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    Anonymous

    September 7, 2007

    These make a great, filling, quick lunch when topped with Roni’s turkey meatballs and pasta sauce (I freeze single-serve portions, too, Roni!) A little salad on the side, and you couldn’t ask for a tastier meal… like Olive Garden, only healthier & quicker!
    ~Tina Pollock~

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