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Reminder that you do not need a giant pot of boiling water to cook pasta. A large skillet with just enough water to cover the pasta is plenty. You will also get a skillet full of very starchy pasta water when it's finished cooking which you can use to finish your sauce.

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Reminder that you do not need a large volume of boiling water to evenly cook pasta. All you need is just enough water to cover the amount you're cooking.

Also this will provide you with extra starchy cooking water which is extremely useful for finishing your sauce.

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Use a skillet and just enough water to cover the pasta.

You don't actually need a huge pot full of water to cook pasta, plus using a small skillet gives you a lot of extra starchy pasta water to thicken your sauce.



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