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One Brand of Macaroni Elbowed Its Way to the Top


YOU CAN USE elbow macaroni in recipes from pasta salads to casseroles, but its claim to fame is, of course, its use in macaroni and cheese.

To determine which macaroni is best, we selected five widely available products and tasted each one plain (tossed with canola oil)

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