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No idea, smoking is bad for you, whilst pasta is lovely.
jon phillips
· 18 March 2015
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There is an attachment for fettuccine, lasagnette and tagliatelle. I have not used these because I bought the machine for the purpose of rolling out fondant for cake decorating.. Hope this helps you
margaret paterson
· 18 November 2013
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No, it's spaghetti. There is a separate angel hair attachment available to purchase separately I think. The one that comes with it is Spaghetti. For what it's worth, I recommend you buy this pasta machine. I've used mine several times already and it's much better than the two el-cheapo ones I previously ran into the gr… see more No, it's spaghetti. There is a separate angel hair attachment available to purchase separately I think. The one that comes with it is Spaghetti. For what it's worth, I recommend you buy this pasta machine. I've used mine several times already and it's much better than the two el-cheapo ones I previously ran into the ground. Hope this helps. see less No, it's spaghetti. There is a separate angel hair attachment available to purchase separately I think. The one that comes with it is Spaghetti. For what it's worth, I recommend you buy this pasta machine. I've used mine several times already and it's much better than the two el-cheapo ones I previously ran into the ground. Hope this helps.
MetalDave
· 01 June 2014
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I don't know if there is a specific plug in to make ravioli. When I was a kid I used to help mom making ravioli with the same machine. It enough just to pull the pasta thin thin, an than cut it in squares with a tool that looks like a pizza cutter but has the blade waved. Then you thake 2 squares of pasta you put in be… see more I don't know if there is a specific plug in to make ravioli. When I was a kid I used to help mom making ravioli with the same machine. It enough just to pull the pasta thin thin, an than cut it in squares with a tool that looks like a pizza cutter but has the blade waved. Then you thake 2 squares of pasta you put in between the filling and you stick the square edges with the fingers...and that's it :-) see less I don't know if there is a specific plug in to make ravioli. When I was a kid I used to help mom making ravioli with the same machine. It enough just to pull the pasta thin thin, an than cut it in squares with a tool that looks like a pizza cutter but has the blade waved. Then you thake 2 squares of pasta you put in between the filling and you stick the square edges with the fingers...and that's it :-)
Scucimaro
· 08 January 2015
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It's all metal
Anne, Livingston
· 03 July 2016
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It does good fettuccine, but I have found that you need to flour the pasta well, and don't fold it over. I use an egg pasta, 100g '00' flour to one whole egg. Make it fairly moist, and leave it in the fridge. When it comes to rolling it out, just flour it well, and you get great results! Get it nice and thin, and it wi… see more It does good fettuccine, but I have found that you need to flour the pasta well, and don't fold it over. I use an egg pasta, 100g '00' flour to one whole egg. Make it fairly moist, and leave it in the fridge. When it comes to rolling it out, just flour it well, and you get great results! Get it nice and thin, and it will not stick together.
Hope this helps.
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It does good fettuccine, but I have found that you need to flour the pasta well, and don't fold it over. I use an egg pasta, 100g '00' flour to one whole egg. Make it fairly moist, and leave it in the fridge. When it comes to rolling it out, just flour it well, and you get great results! Get it nice and thin, and it will not stick together.
Hope this helps.
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Amazon Customer
· 27 May 2015
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Hi Paula, you definitely need to use the clamp
The Happy Dabbler
· 14 December 2014
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Mine is a little loose but doesn't seem to detract from using it. Jen
Jen close
· 21 July 2014
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Hi no it dosnt come with a cutter I use a pizza cutter or a knife hope this helps
nan
· 02 June 2014
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Hi Amy, the only things you need to make the pasta are '00' pasta flour 275g/ 3 medium eggs, recipe on flour packet. The machine rolls and cuts the pasta but does not make it. You can buy different cutters for the machine. I have not got a dryer yet but I am looking into buying one. hope this has been helpful to you.
Tracy
· 20 November 2014