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 The pizza is a very popular food today. There are many restaurants specializing in making fresh pizzas and there are also (1) __________________ ones in pre-packed boxes available in supermarket refrigerators. Pizzas come in many shapes, sizes and styles. Some have just cheese and sauce, others have toppings. In fact, they make convenient (2) _______________ simple meals which suit almost everyone.

 It has taken 3000 years for the pizza to reach its current delicious state. Tomatoes (3) ______________ are used to make the sauce in pizzas, were only introduced to Italy in 1522. At first, they were believed to be poisonous. Later, the tomatoes were added to the bread dough and the first (4) ________________ was created. When the popularity of the tomatoes became widespread, mozzarella cheese, a typical topping in almost all pizzas today, were still not (5) ______________ used at that time. Mozzarella was available in Italy only after water buffaloes were imported (6) _______________ India.

 The first pizza was made by Italian baker named Don Raffaele Esposito. He (7) ________________ off making a pizza using cheese and sauce. However, when he was asked by the king and queen of Italy, he created a pizza using white mozzarella cheese, tomato sauce and green basil spices which represent the colours of the (8) ____________ flag. He named it the Margherita Pizza, after the Queen of Italy, Margherita Teresa Giovanni. Thus, modern-day tomato-and-cheese pizza was born.

Adapted from www.wheatfoods.org

Short Answer

(1) frozen
(2) and
(3) which
(4) pizza
(5) widely
(6) from
(7) started
(8) national


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