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A soft semisolid of firmer consistency than pap, but soft enough to flow slowly and not to retain its shape.
Synonym(s): pasta
[L. pasta]
Primary Angioplasty and STent Implantation in Acute Myocardial Infarction. A trial that compared the outcomes of two strategies of percutaneous coronary intervention: primary stenting vs. primary balloon angioplasty
Results Primary stenting resulted in a lower incidence of major cardiac events (repeat MI, TVR, and cardiac death) during the 12-month post-procedure and a lower 6-month restenosis rate in selected patients with acute MI
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So in the cookbook, you'll find recipes for fresh, dry and filled pastas as well as gnocchi, risotto, farro and polenta.
Napolina still has high hopes for the dried pasta market--78 per cent of households are still buying pasta seven times a year.
This sentiment is shared by millions of Americans who love pasta for its convenience, speed, nutritional benefits, and above all, taste.
We gave an Honorable Mention to pastas that had less than 480 mg of sodium using half the packet (although the numbers in the chart are for the full packet).
Pasta becomes a nutritional powerhouse when it's topped with tomato sauce or spinach/garlic sauce (vitamins A and C, potassium) or clam sauce (protein, zinc, iron).
Penne with Chicken and Broccoli - Penne pasta cooked with white-meat chicken and broccoli tossed in a light rosemary and garlic cream sauce
Alternative Pastas Nutritional Comparison =EN's Picks.
The pasta industry saw significant consumption growth when the recession hit in 2008," explains Carol Freysinger, executive director of the Washington, D.
For white high-fiber pastas, it is important for store brands to have an aggressive plan to get the products to market quickly DeMichino says.
The pastas here are apparently never mushy and never overly firm.
Loyd Grossman is doing very well and we are increasing the space given to premium pasta sauces.
In North America, all of the company's rice pastas, called Pastarico ($2.