It is said that Marco Polo brought pasta from China, when he returned to Venice. But first pasta considered to appear in ancient Greece and it was a square sheet of dough called lasanon (the later lasagna).
This is a highly digestible and quick to prepare food, which is part of the list of the most popular and beloved foods worldwide.
Pasta is rich in complex carbohydrates, iron, selenium, calcium, phosphorus, protein and B vitamins, and contain little fat, cholesterol and sodium. More specifically, the proteins contained are of high quality, easily digestible, and provide slow release energy and important nutrients to the body.
Through a variety of culinary combinations nutritiveness and taste are highlights, making pasta an ideal food for students, bachelors or athletes.

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