I have been starting to plan my HSM’s for V-Diet transition week. Although I’m directionally in agreement with you about avoiding grains, I really love wild rice (true organic Minnesota wild rice) and Kasha (buckwheat groats). Since they have no gluten some wheat flour is traditionally added to make breads and pasta from these two “good” grains. I had been looking for a substitute for the wheat flour. In the process I ran across “Miracle Noodles” made from Konju flour.
Supposedly it is a non-starchy fiber tubor with no calories. Most of the reviews I found seemed somewhat reasonable and positive. The idea sounds good as a pasta substitute. On the other hand, the purpose of eating is to provide fuel and energy for the body. Why eat something that doesn’t do that? Some fiber consumption is necessary of course, but should it be a major volume component of your meal? Granted, it could help achieve a feeling of fullness for those who tend to overeat. Anyway, wanted to see if you were familiar with them and your take on them.