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Questions about the make, manufacture, preparation, and cooking of all types of pasta, including traditional durum wheat, whole wheat, and gluten-free.

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If you don't care about being at all traditional, you can take out a cup of the pasta water just before al dente and measure out 2% of the weight of the water plus the cheese in sodium citrate. Whisk … it in to the water, then add the cheese bit by bit. It's then safe to add the pasta and cook the rest of the way, adjusting with more cheese or pasta water as needed. Sodium citrate is detailed …
answered Jun 28 by Alex Reinking