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Spaghetti is a long, thin form of pasta. It is versatile, popular, and available throughout the Western world.

While legend has it that Marco Polo brought the recipe for spaghetti back from China, prior evidence showed that pasta has been made in Italy at least since the 4th century BC. In October 2005, a bowl of noodles 4000 years old was unearthed in a Chinese archaeological site as reported by the BBC.

Spaghetti is the plural form of the Italian word spaghetto, which is a diminutive of "spago," meaning "string," or "twine." The word "spaghetti" can be literally translated into "little strings." According to some, it is an uncountable noun in English. With uncountable nouns there is no simple singular. However the Oxford English Dictionary currently still gives the singular as spaghetto for English speaking users.

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  • A wholesome product made with Enriched 100% Canadian Durum Wheat Semolina and Pasteurized Whole Eggs.

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