Vani Hari, also known as the Food Babe, gets a lot of questions about what products she recommends as part of a healthy, organic lifestyle. She’s well-known for investigating what’s in the food we eat–or don’t eat. But she also gives guidance on what to eat for optimal health and wellness.
In this article she talks about what kinds of pasta she recommends as part of a healthy diet, including why she doesn’t buy or make wheat (whole or refined) pastas.
Get FoodBabe’s breakdown of her top pastas including tips on where to buy and how to cook it here.
One of the surprises for me was the Mung Bean fettucini pasta, which FoodBabe says is chewier than traditional pasta, but very high in protein and fiber.