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Whats your guys take on food? Are you guys open to eating different foods from different cultures?

Just ate sushi that someone brought over yesterday and it felt different.¬†ūüėĎ

Maybe b/c I was eating roti the past couple of days. 

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I don't eat meat and I haven't tried many different things but yes I'm open to eating foods from different cultures. Tried a few snacks made by a Gujarati, think it was called a Dokla and it was horrible! I spat it out!  Our neighbors are Tamils and they give us food and I really don't like it!  but my dad likes it.

Thai curries are nice.

Pakistanis make really nice food, but they use a lot of meat. I used to try different things when I used to eat meat because there's obviously more options. Not sure what its called but Pakis make brown rice with small pieces of chicken in it, its nice Its different to how our lot make it. Pakistanis meat dishes are better than Indians meat dishes! 

I ate at this Lebanese place a few times, different kinds of kebabs etc   was nice! 

  

 

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9 minutes ago, puzzled said:

I don't eat meat and I haven't tried many different things but yes I'm open to eating foods from different cultures. Tried a few snacks made by a Gujarati, think it was called a Dokla and it was horrible! I spat it out!  Our neighbors are Tamils and they give us food and I really don't like it!  but my dad likes it.

Thai curries are nice.

Pakistanis make really nice food, but they use a lot of meat. I used to try different things when I used to eat meat because there's obviously more options. Not sure what its called but Pakis make brown rice with small pieces of chicken in it, its nice Its different to how our lot make it. Pakistanis meat dishes are better than Indians meat dishes! 

I ate at this Lebanese place a few times, different kinds of kebabs etc   was nice! 

  

 

yea pakistanis make better kebab and biryani but there restaiaurants r halal and  most times rnt clean 

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10 minutes ago, justasking said:

yea pakistanis make better kebab and biryani but there restaiaurants r halal and  most times rnt clean 

It never really used to bother me if it was halal!  yeah Indians aren't good at making meat dishes, my dad used to make chicken curry and it was disgusting. 

But Indians are a lot better at making veg dishes. 

I used to love those thandoori naans! they were so nice. 

Try middle eastern food its really nice, its quite different to the way pakistanis make kebabs.  

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2 minutes ago, ADMIN said:

Good Topic but refrain posting regarding any meat dish. Humble request to all.¬†ūüôĆ

Ok, sorry     

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Yea my apologies, should've asked about different vegetarian foods from different cultures.

But as vegetarian must say can't complain about the nutritional variety that's out there. It could get pricey though. But sometimes simple roti is the way to go.

Was starting to see a little trend in our community regarding veganism but that's too much in my opinion. 

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1 hour ago, puzzled said:

I used to like¬†street food in India, but I've been put off after watching some videos¬†¬†ūü§Ę

Same. 

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Mediterranean or Greek Food - Veggie Gyros, Gemista, any food or snack with Hummus
Italian - Pasta (non-egg), Italian authentic Thin crust pizza with olive oil and less cheese
Mexican - Burritos
South Indian - Iddli/Sambar. Dosa with their cocunut chutney

 

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