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New Lab-Made, Low-Waste Pasta Morphs Into Your Favourite Shapes When Cooked – Gizmodo Australia

Pasta boxes are bound by the constraints of their contents; the rigid stalks of spaghetti require different packaging than the wide coils of a good fusilli. Now,…

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Pasta boxes are bound by the constraints of their contents; the rigid stalks of spaghetti require different packaging than the wide coils of a good fusilli. Now, a team of researchers have developed flat pastas that turn into familiar shapes when cooked, with the goal of reducing packaging waste.
By incising grooves on a flat pasta made of standard semolina flour, the team was able to cook two dimensional pastas into three-dimensional shapes. Wavy pastas, boxy pastas, wing-shaped pastas, and ring-shaped…

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