Until the end of 18th century pasta was eaten without both parmigiano cheese and seasonings. First  mention of using tomatoes with pasta comes from 17th century.
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Is pasta healthy? Is it fattening? Many people have been wondering about that. In fact pasta contains more protein, iron and vitamins than potatoes do. Pasta has many dietary and healthy properties, provided that it is consumed in limited quantity.
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To diversify pasta dishes, producers and cooks dye pasta in different colors. Pasta can be white, transparent, green, red, yellow, black, brown or grey. Different pasta colors can be obtained by adding chemical colorings. However we don’t approve such solution because the color is also to add a little bit of different flavor, not only aesthetic value. Original process of dying, contrary to appearances,  is simple, and even healthy. The most popular pasta color which can be found in stores include:
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Cooking pasta Why is cooking pasta in a pot that is too small bad? To begin with if you are cooking pasta that is long it may not fit in the pan without the need to break it. Regardless the size or shape of pasta if you cook it in a pot that is too small it will probably come out sticky and rubbery.
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It is believed among people that pasta is very fattening and should not be eaten if you want to be slim.
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