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No matter whether it is spaghetti, penne, rigatoni or tagliatelle, we all love pasta. It has been found that Germans consume the dish about thrice a week, which amounts to $20. No wonder, pasta not only satiates your hunger but cheers you up as well. You may cook it as you like, but what about the leftover water? Well, it comes with a lot of uses, too!
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Water your plants with the lukewarm leftover water, and you unknowingly provide them with the extra supplement of minerals.
Add the water just at the last minute when you are done making the tomato sauce. It is a splendid combining agent.
Since the yeast-dough requires water mixed with some salt, you already have it handy in your pasta water. Add it however you want.
You can soak the beans, peas and linseed in this water, and leave them overnight to be soaked well, before they are cooked to be consumed.
The extract from Pasta starch is a natural detergent, and thereby, can be used to clean up the really messy and dirtiest things. It will clean them all up. Cheers!
If you frequently suffer from sore and swollen feet, you should try soaking your feet in pasta's lukewarm water. It will give you the princess feet in no time!
If you suffer from damaged hair, try this out. Massage this water in your scalp and leave it that way for a while, before normally rinsing it off and then washing your hair with your regular shampoo. You can thank us later!
Simply use this water as a base for your steaming, and then cook your vegetables. It cannot be done any better.
After boiling the veggies, add them to the pasta water, let them cook, and you're done making your favorite soup or broth.
Pasta dough can be used to make your child's clay dough as it is so easy to quick and easy to do. So, the next time you make pasta for yourself, utilize the pasta water for these purposes.