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Save the Environment - Use less water when cooking pasta

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Save the Environment - Use less water when cooking pasta
but i guess we still have to be careful on lessening the amount water to be used, the pasta might not be cooked well at all. so i think what you should say is, use the correct measurement of water needed for pasta cooking.
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