Macaroni

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Macaroni is a pasta food which is made of wheat and flour. It is from Italy. It is in the shape of a small tube. It can either be straight or curved. The curved type is called elbow macaroni.[1]

Macaroni is almost never eaten by itself. It is usually eaten with another food or covered in a sauce. A very popular type of macaroni is "Macaroni-cheese", which is macaroni covered in melted cheese. People all over the world enjoy it as a simple but delicious meal.

In Libya, macaroni is called Macroona Imbakbaka. Libya has Italian food because it used to be a Italian colony.

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