Italy produces many types of pasta dishes, breads and pizzas (Wheat), as well as cheeses (Milk) with so many unique variances it is not possible to list them all, however, below are common allergens to be aware of.
Example of Traditional Foods: Pasta e fagioli (Pasta (Wheat dish), Cacciatore (Chicken or rabbit meat with vegetables), Pollo alla cacciatora (Fish dish), Tortellini (Type of pasta Wheat dish), Ossobuco (Veal broth with vegetables).
Allergies to watch out: Wheat, Milk, Fish.
Language Spoken: Italian.
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