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Major Indian meals are home cooked. The traditional 'thali' is perhaps an excellent example of nutrition balance and portion control - through the 5-6 vatis (cup)of two vegetables, pulses,lentil curry,curd,rice, two rotis. Unfortunately we are loosing out on this unique Indian habit.

Posted by Joe Lewis
20 February 2013 | 07h43

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