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    Street Food Of India: 5 Dilli-Style Chaat Recipes You Must Try

    Delhites have an everlasting love affair with food. You name a dish and we can easily find it in this wonderful capital. However, there is one thing that Delhi is known for exclusively and that is for the array of street food! You can find street food of all regions of the country here – momos from the North East, dhoklas from Gujarat, vada pav from Maharashtra and idli-sambhar from South India! But there are certain street foods from Delhi that brings a smile to the local foodies. If you have been to Delhi and haven’t tried out these dishes,  

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    India denying subsidised food grains to millions of its poor | Food News

    New Delhi, India – Tabassum Nisha lives in a shanty in a cramped corner of New Delhi’s Malviya Nagar neighbourhood with her five children. The 38-year-old widow, who worked as a housemaid, used to survive on a monthly income of $50 when she needed more than twice that amount to feed her children. Barely able to make ends meet, Nisha lost her job when a sudden lockdown was announced by the Indian government in March last year to contain the coronavirus pandemic. She somehow fed her children during the months-long lockdown, seeking small loans from neighbours and shopkeepers. When they  

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    In India, 81% limit meat in diet and 39% say they are vegetarian

    Dishes on display at a food stall at a vegetarian food festival in Bengaluru. (Manjunath Kiran/AFP via Getty Images) All of India’s most widely practiced religions have dietary laws and traditions. For example, Hindu texts often praise vegetarianism, and Hindus may also avoid eating beef because cows are traditionally viewed as sacred. Muslim teachings, meanwhile, prohibit pork. The vast majority of Indian adults (81%) follow some restrictions on meat in their diet, including refraining from eating certain meats, not eating meat on certain days, or both. However, most Indians do not abstain from meat altogether – only 39% of  

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    India leans into better vegan options across the board

    Vegan menus in India are expanding, with a rise in home grown mock meats, dairy-free cheese and desserts, as more people experiment with plant-based diets Vegans in India no longer have to struggle, when picking a place to eat out or prepping a fun meal of burgers and desserts. The food and beverage industry is increasingly making an attempt to include more vegan options in menus — and this time, there is more than just salads with nuts, millet cookies and nutmilk shakes. From vegan biryani and vegan burgers on restaurant menus to non-dairy cream and ice creams on supermarket  

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    How Home Kitchens Sprouted Across India During COVID

    Chingri Malai curry at Culinary Connections, New Delhi. Photo courtesy of Rishabh Gogoi.  V Nata Raju’s house in East Delhi bustles with activity on a Sunday morning. “When Raju built this house, the kitchen was the epicentre”, his wife Punita, 56, tells VICE World News as she flattens moon-shaped discs of aata (dough) and spreads chilli powder over them to make Mirchi ka Paratha (traditional spiced flatbreads), a dish that has its roots in her family’s kitchen in the northern Indian state of Punjab. Meanwhile, 61-year-old Raju prepares Guntur Mutton curry, a spicy goat-meat stew; and Kodi Vepudu, a spicy  

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    N.B. Company Bringing The Taste Of India To Your Doorstep

    Image: Cherise Letson/Huddle Today A New Brunswick company is making it easy for people to tour India without leaving their kitchen. Last month Indian spice kit company Master Indian Spice, launched India Food Express, a new offering where each month, you’re delivered spice kits to cook five different meals from a particular region in India. The kit also includes the step-by-step recipe to make the dishes using common ingredients you may already have in your kitchen. RELATED: This N.B. Company Wants To Make It Easy For North Americans To Cook Indian Food The idea for India Food Express  

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    On World Vegetarian Day, celebs share why they prefer to choose a plant-based diet : The Tribune India

    As the world celebrates Vegetarian Day, celebs share their reasons to pick up plant-based diets, shun meat and why it is a significant part of their being… Samay Shah Keep it simple I am a Jain, so vegetarian from childhood. I respect my religion and now the principles to avoid meat and onion/garlic/potato have been scientifically accepted and considered better for self and the earth. Favourite dish: I am a huge fan of roti and sabzi. Any sabzi will be fine for me until and unless it is bitter gourd. – Samay Shah, aka Gogi in Sab TV show Taarak  

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