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Posted: Tuesday, November 12, 2013 5:52 PM

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An Italian told me” While others eat to live, Italians live to eat”, and he said that with his mouth full. Italians will enthusiastically share their restaurant recommendations and family recipes, and even as fast food creeps into their culture, Italians staunchly guard their traditional food products, as witnessed by the founding of the Slow Food movement.
Pasta! When describing the origins of pasta, a distinction should be made between fresh and dry pasta. Fresh pasta is dough made of flour and water and exists in most cultures and on all continents. Dry pasta began in Italy and embarked from there to conquer the world.
Many non-Italians identify Italian cooking with a few of its most popular dishes, like pizza and spaghetti. People often express the opinion that Italian cooking is all pretty much alike. However, those who travel through Italy notice differences in eating habits between cities, even those only a few miles apart.


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