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20 ways to eat like an Italian woman

Italy is home to some of the finest food in the world, from divine linguines and moreish pizzas to heavenly cheeses and a seemingly endless array of fine wines and ice-creams. It's also the birthplace of unfairly beautiful women, including screen icons Sophia Loren and Monica Bellucci. So what's the secret to enjoying la dolce vita - or having your Italian cake and eating it?

We take a look at tips on eating Italian from the ladies who know best...

Picture credit: Rex Features

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