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no its not a cereal but it can be put in cereal


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Vermicelli is made from pasta.

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Vermicelli is just a thinner pasta than spaghetti.

Pasta in long, very thin strands. Vermicelli means "little worms" in Italian.

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Vermicelli is a type of pasta that is around like spaghetti, but is slightly thicker in diameter. Vermicelli typically has a diameter between 2.08 and 2.14 mm.

Yes Vermicelli is a type of pasta

Vermicelli in Italian means 'Little worms'. If you really look at that certain spaghetti when cooked, it's small and at times is like a tiny worms' body. Hope this helps :)

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"Little worms" and "little wormlike-looking pasta" are English equivalents of the Italian word vermicelli.Specifically, the word is a masculine noun in its plural form. It is formed by adding the diminutive suffix -celli ("dear, little, small, sweet") to the masculine noun verme ("maggot, worm"). The pronunciation will be "VER-mee-TCHEL-lee" in Italian.

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