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Sicilian cooking is quite unique compared to the other Italian regions. Centuries of invasions have exposed the island to a variety of culinary influences, which have enriched the cuisine. Arab and Greek influences are responsible for the introduction of olives, almonds and citrus fruits. Pasta and vegetables form the basis of Sicilian cooking, and fish is more dominant than meat. Sweet things are popular, among them cassata, cannoli, sorbets and ice-creams.
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