What’s the first thought that comes into ones mind when you hear the word curry?
The answer to the above question will vary based on your exposure or lack thereof to Indian cuisine. Most that have not tried Indian cuisine, or those that have had a bad experience at some cheap and poorly run Indian restaurant is that Indian cuisine, and namely curry is unhealthy, as it is portrayed to be by most that don’t understand what curry truly is.
Science is beginning to realize the many health values of the main ingredients of a well formulated and cooked curry, such that a well prepared curry could be interpreted as a good dose of ‘health on a plate’.
Before we delve deeper in to the health benefits of a good curry. Lets first clarify a few things. Read more about the health benefits of a great curry.
In the last article we talked about the price difference between one Indian restaurant over another. Whilst its easy for everyone to think, that each restaurant that serves the same product should be inline with one another as far as price is concerned, The last article broke down the reasons why we can not have such an expectation and the reasons one can expect a noticeable difference in price.
In this article, we continue the discussion of price as it relates to the use of ingredients. Many people (Including Indians) are not aware of what they are putting in their bodies, let alone the quality of the ingredients when it comes to dinning out at an Indian restaurant. What if I told you that you may be poisoning yourself every time you dine at an Indian restaurant. More importantly what I am not trying to do is tarnish the reputation of Indian restaurants, but merely bringing to your attention the simple truths about cost, ingredients, and operator practices.
Before I delve into why you might be poisoning your self Read More & Discover if your local curry house is poisoning you???