Italian cuisine

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Spaghetti is traditional Italian cuisine

Italian cuisine is traditional Italian food. It is often made up of the famous Italian foods such as pasta, pizza, cannoli deserts and red or white wine.

Italian cuisine often contains a lot of carbs and sometimes fats. Italian food also has a lot of vegetables and healthy fats, such as olives, broccoli, and lettuces. Italians are also famous for the different kinds of breads they make. Italian cuisine is one of the most refined and varied in Europe, from the piquant flavours of Naples and Calabria to the pesto dishes of Liguria and the cheese and risotto dishes of the Italian Alps.