Vegetable lasagna is the meatless variant of the well-known Italian dish based on sheets-shaped pasta. Curiously enough, the word “lasagna” doesn’t come from Latin or Italian, but from the Greek language. Its initial meaning was “chamber pot”. Later on, the word was imported in the Latin language, with the meaning of “cooking pot”. Today, lasagna refers to the food itself rather than the dish used for cooking it. The plural, lasagne, is also used by many Italian people.