The history of pasta is interesting not only because of interesting facts, but as a grace for the myths and legends around them. There are some legends about the making of dough in ancient Romans, and are considered divine divine creation. But ancient sources claim that China invented dough, and Marco Polo bought it in 1292 in Italy. When, however, Marco said that he "discovered" the Chinese pasta, they believed that he discovered something new when he actually discovered that Chinese pasta "was the same as it was."
The origin of the dough was also given by the Etruscan times. In fact, this is 500 years before Chinese pasta. However, this is not enough convincing evidence. In one of the Etruscan cemeteries, scientists have found tools that are obviously necessary for making pasta. But they did not rule out the possibility of using something else. The first written proof of the dough can be found in the cookbook of Apicius, which still contains the recipe of lacus known today, and the XII. In the past century, pasta became an important product to make lawmakers attractive to the quality of their products. The Indians and Arabs have had at least 1200, and probably have eaten dough before. The Indians were called "sevika", meaning "thread" and the Arabic – rishta, which means "tongue" in Persian. The Italians, however, chose Spaghetti – spaghetti – "thread".
For many years they ate fresh pasta, but due to the growing trading system in Venice, Genoa, Pisan and Amalfi maritime republics, they had to invent a product that could easily be stored on board the vessel. months at sea. The Amalfi sailors took over the art of drying pastry for a frequent Sicilian trip. As a result, the Naples area has begun producing its own pasta. Early pastry masters had to be impressive weather prophets as they had to make short or long doughs, depending on humidity and wind.
In 1770, the word "macaroni" appeared in English. In England, the word "macaroni" means perfection and elegance. The term "this macaroni" means something particularly good. The XVIII. In centuries, Catherine de Medici introduced the pasta in France, and became almost popular worldwide. The XIX. In the 18th century, the first company founded the "Il Pastifico Buitoni", a female spaghetti named Giulia Buitoni in 1827. This company is still in existence and is one of the largest pasta manufacturers in the world.
Today, the process of making pasta is very advanced. When electricity was discovered in 1900, life became much easier for the dough industry. Invented machines were the mixing of pasta and electric pasta making the entire process of making pasta completely automated.
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