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The following starchy foods are high enough in calories that they can serve as the center of a meal. Pastas come in many shapes including spaghetti, macaroni, lasagna noodles, flat noodles, spirals, wheels, alphabet noodles. Most of these are made from highly refined flours and therefore should play a small role in your diet. Carrots, beets, turnips, daikon, and salsify are low in carbohydrates and calories and so are not considered starch staples. Summer squashes usually cannot serve as the center of a meal because of their low calorie content. They are also lower in carbohydrates than winter squashes. Soybeans cannot be considered a starch staple because they are too high in fat to be allowed on the diet regularily.