from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Made from the entire grain of wheat, including the bran: whole-wheat flour.
- adj. Made with whole-wheat flour: whole-wheat bread.
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- adj. made from all the constituents of the wheat grain
- adj. made from whole-wheat flour
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or relating to or derived from wheat
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I pushed my cart through the store, grabbing ice cream and Sno Balls along with fruit, whole-wheat bagels, peanut butter.
A friend of mine from high school had been diagnosed with it three years ago, and she frequently bemoaned how much she missed whole-wheat bread.
Let me restore you with some fresh vegetable couscous, whole-wheat pita bread and hummus with tabouli salad, and perhaps yam soup, or would you prefer miso and seaweed?
"Let's order lots of stuff!" he says with a child's eagerness, then proceeds to eat a stack of pancakes, a six-egg-white omelet stuffed with vegetables, a large bowl of cereal and several pieces of whole-wheat toast.
For healthy, lean, and mean sloppy joes we start with lean ground turkey and top them off with 100 percent whole-wheat buns.
Switch your order to an egg, or scrambled egg whites add some veggies if you like and whole-wheat toast spread with a single pat of butter.
Small Change Solution: No problem, if you buy real whole-wheat or whole-grain bread.
If you have the option of ordering a whole-wheat crust, take it.
Small Change Solution: Have you tried whole-wheat bread?
So if you are in the mood for pasta, serve yourself a cup preferably the whole-wheat variety for the fiber.