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But this device makes it the easiest. It has an inbuilt strainer. All you have to do is lift the device and strain. Yes it s that simple! 4. If you order a Pasta Boat you will also get the Stay Cool handles. You can use these to lift the boat while it is still hot. But what makes them truly amazing is that they can also be used to measure pasta. 5. And lastly the unbelievable price. Pay $10 and you will get the Pasta Boat Stay Cool Handles and a Recipe Booklet absolutely free. This is truly a cost-effective solution to all your pasta making woes. The Pasta Boat is one of the most ingenious kitchen aids you can find one that will save you hours of effort burnt fingers and all the woes that usually accompany pasta making. If you are a die-hard Italian food fan then I am sure you would love to cook Italian food as well. Making pasta at home is very simple and could be quite a joyride. It is expensive and difficult to step out to a restaurant each time you feel like having pasta.
Carbohydrates though recently made out to be villains are actually necessary to keep your body and mind running smoothly. When carbohydrates are broken down they provide a major source of glucose. Glucose is the primary source of energy for your body and the only source of energy for your brain. Many people who have tried to stick to very low-carb diets have suffered from low energy and bad moods. I know I would be in a bad mood if I never got to eat my favorite pastas! Consuming too many carbohydrates can be fattening but pasta itself is not fattening; cooked pasta has only about 200 calories per cup. Where you really get into trouble is with your pasta sauce. Pasta sauces that contain high calorie fatty meats creams cheese and other fattening ingredients can really make a pasta dish fattening.
PASTA SECRET #1: ATTITUDE Attitude is the most important aspect. We should give the greatest attention and focus to our cooking and not get distracted by other things. PASTA SECRET #2: THE WATER THE POT AND THE SALT To cook pasta we need only four things: good attitude good water good salt and good pasta. Always use a large and deep pot. No shallow or small pan for boiling pasta. The best ones are those wonderful stainless steel beauties with a very thick bottom. Puts lots of water to boil. Even if you are going to cook just for yourself a quick "spaghettata" always use at least 1 quart of water. You need 1 quarter for each 100 gr of pasta. If the water from your sink taste too much of chlorine you may want to buy a good filtration system for your kitchen. It is worth it! Regarding the salt you need 10 grams per each quarter of water in the pot. Always salt the cooking water. If salt must be eliminated for health reasons then maybe you should stick to rice for the time being. Salt is a must.