What other noodles can be used for spaghetti?

Chef's answer
Linguine is a long ribbon like pasta. It is very similar to spaghetti, so much so that they can be interchanged. It is most commonly served with creamy and smooth sauces, like alfredo. Linguine is very versatile though and can be used in almost any dish..
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So what's the difference between linguine and fettuccine? Fettuccine is even thicker than linguine. And rather than being elliptical, it has a distinctively flat, thick look to it. Hold some fettuccine next to some linguine, and you can instantly tell which is which by the thickness and flatness of the piece of pasta..
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