Indian diets are high in vegetables, low in animal proteins and have very little to no additives, and/or processed foods. Indian spices add a variety of exotic tastes and experiences in each dish. The spice mixes included the 5 main tastes of sweet, sour, hot, salty, and bitter. The best places to purchase spices are in special Indian or Asian grocery stores.
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