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You’re Probably Using Too Much Water to Boil Pasta

If you’re like me, you don’t really think about how much water you use when you boil pasta. I just fill up a giant pot to make sure everything is covered. This might be overkill, though. According to Epicurious, you can probably stand to use a lot less water when you boil pasta. Read more...
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