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Thread: Pasta!

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    my mom gave me an attachment for my kitchen aide... gonna try it out and make homemade pasta..

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    Want to try it!

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    i never did this before but i am looking up stuff and it looks like just flour and egg... all recipes .com
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    Want to try it!

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    flour, egg, salt... Yumm!!! :D:D:D

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    I love homemade pasta, it's so hearty especially in chicken soup.

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    I read something many years ago that said the original Italian immigrants used to make their pastas and hang them from balconies in the sun to dry. The government stepped in and stopped this..and within a year or so a lot of them were becoming deficient in vitamin D...

    The sun is a vitamin that we, as humans, need and are being deprived of with artificial sun blocks, which in themselves are causing cancer. Some sun each day is needed, and we can get a lot of it from foods.

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    My friend Vicky is from Italy.. and her pasta is the best, she hangs hers on one of those wooden clothes hangers and she cuts it soo thin with this big ole knife! The smell of her house is fab.......
    Quote Originally Posted by Ramona Byrd
    I read something many years ago that said the original Italian immigrants used to make their pastas and hang them from balconies in the sun to dry. The government stepped in and stopped this..and within a year or so a lot of them were becoming deficient in vitamin D...

    The sun is a vitamin that we, as humans, need and are being deprived of with artificial sun blocks, which in themselves are causing cancer. Some sun each day is needed, and we can get a lot of it from foods.

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    Let us know how you feel

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    I love homemade pasta, I have an Atlas machine but mostly I just roll it and cut wide noodles with a pizza cutter. We like them wide.

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    My grandmother used to make 2 types, one with eggs and one without...the one with egge looked like sombrero's and she made each one by hand rolling it with a knife and over her thumb...used to have it every Sunday..and the other is called Cavatelli...and she made those by making thin ropes and running your 2 or 3 fingers to carve out a little dent in in...I used to make but have gotten lazy...even have a mahine to make them..delicious..

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