Bigoli refers to a kind of thick spaghetti that has a large diameter of about three (3) millimeter and very long-cut spaghetti with rough surfaces to absorb the sauce. It is made with wholemeal soft wheat flour or semolina. Bigoli is synonymous with Bigui and Pincinelli Pasta are all popular in Venice and neighbouring regions of Italy.

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