Now that the zeal for DIY sourdough is waning, might we suggest handmade pasta? We’re admiring Italian tools for making pasta the old-school way—each requiring zero electricity, made from natural materials, and available via Verve Culture.
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Frequently asked questions
What is the article about?
The article is about handmade pasta making tools created by an Italian grandmother and sold by Verve Culture.
Who makes these pasta making tools?
The pasta making tools are handmade by an Italian grandmother.
Where can I buy these tools?
You can buy these tools from Verve Culture.
What other products does Verve Culture sell?
Verve Culture sells a variety of artisanal products related to global cuisine.
Are these tools suitable for beginners?
Yes, these tools are suitable for beginners and experienced pasta makers alike.
What materials are these tools made of?
These tools are made of brass and wood, ensuring durability and longevity.
Can I use these tools to make different types of pasta?
Yes, these tools are versatile and can be used to make various types of pasta, including ravioli, farfalle, and fettuccine.
Are the pasta making tools easy to clean?
Yes, the tools are easy to clean. Simply wipe them with a dry cloth after use.
Do the tools come with any instructions or recipes?
Yes, the tools come with instructions and a basic pasta recipe to get you started.
Can these tools be gifted to pasta enthusiasts?
Absolutely! These tools make excellent gifts for pasta enthusiasts or anyone who enjoys handmade kitchen tools.