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Eating Italian Sustainbly, Elizabeth and Kim

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  • 1. Pasta with Marinara Sauce Kim Pike Elizabeth Hirsch
  • 2. History of Pasta/Eating Environment
    • Imported from Italy .
    • Everyday food eaten at home with your family.
    • There are over 350 types of pasta and many types of sauces, so each person can find their own favorite.
  • 3. Pasta
    • Ingredients (bought at the store): flour, eggs, salt
    • Sustainability of the ingredients
    • How to make pasta
  • 4. Marinara Sauce
    • Ingredients: (grown) - tomatoes, basil, garlic; (bought at the store) – extra virgin olive oil
    • Sustainability of the ingredients
    • How to make marinara sauce
  • 5. Conclusion
    • Pasta can be a very sustainable meal, but it depends on where/how you get your ingredients.

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