fredrikw wrote:Food that has been mixed, or even cut, is not whole, don't forget that.
Ok, but 'whole' food stops being 'whole' as soon as you bite into it. Does that mean you shouldn't chew food?
When I think of 'whole food' I think of something that's been made from the whole of something, so for example wholemeal flour would count, but not white flour.
Admittedly, neither soya milk nor tofu would count, but let's not get too pedantic... I just want something high in protein but also nutritious with lots of micronutrients, some quality fats and maybe some fibre, not just protein alone.