|Place of origin||Italy|
|Cookbook: Gemelli Media: Gemelli|
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Gemeli are not seperate pieces of pasta. Gemelli are not twin tubes twisted around one another, as they may appear to be, but rather a single s-shaped strand twisted into a spiral.Gemelli means twins.
Gemelli are also called unicorn horns.
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