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Organic Bronze Die Pasta

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Ingredients: Flour (organic North American semolina) + Water

Contains wheat ingredients and is manufactured in a facility that uses eggs.

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How to make the perfect bite, every bite:

Salt the Water:

Salt the Water:

This is the most important step when cooking pasta. Bring a large pot of water to boil + dissolve ¼ cup of salt for 4 quarts of water.


Cook Until Al Dente:

Cook Until Al Dente:

Add your pasta + cook until al dente. Meaning cooked just enough to be resistant to the bite.


Strain & Save:

Strain & Save:

Strain your pasta + save a splash of pasta water to season your sauce (the foam is the good stuff!)


Finish in the Pan:

Finish in the Pan:

Combine pasta + sauce in your pan. The texture of the pasta will help the sauce cling on, creating a more flavorful finished dish.

 

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