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In a continuous effort to reduce our carbon footprint, an easy foray into sustainability remains the reduction of plastic straws, as the U.S. alone throws away roughly 500 million of them a year. Some mainstream replacements include cardboard straws — already out of the public’s favor because a soggy vessel isn’t ideal — and metal straws, which are beginning to get flack for their non-eco-friendly production and the potential danger they pose to people with disabilities who rely on straws. This is where bucatini pasta ― or a slightly bigger version of it, more like a long ziti ― comes into play. Bucatini has long been the favored child of the pasta world, and with its durable, tubular shape, it’s perfect for catching every bit of sauce.