As always, the Rochester Hills Small Group had a wonderful time eating and chatting. Some of the dishes included a Spanish rice dish, Italian pasta and green bean soup, fresh raw vegetables with beet hummus, roasted Japanese sweet potatoes, and sweet potato chips (no oil, of course). There were four new participants. The topic of the day was calorie density. It so happens that whole grains, legumes, vegetables, and fruits - the things that PBNSG promotes - are low in calories and high in nutrients! Besides leading the discussion on calorie density and nutrient density, Host Kelly demoed an easy breakfast recipe that uses three basic ingredients (banana, rolled oats, and plant milk) and takes only 30 seconds to prepare.