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Leaving Nemo Out of Sushi – The New Indian Express

By Taniya Sahni | August 22nd, 2015 Can there be sushi with no fish in it? An apt answer to this question will be a tour across restaurants in Delhi that are serving this Japanese delicacy of vinegared rice, vegetables, and sometimes even fruits. And they have, to the delight of many vegetarians, omitted fish altogether in the preparation of sushi. “Twenty per cent of the diners that we serve at our restaurant Pan Asian opt for vegetarian sushi. Kiosks and takeaways serving sushi are booming …

Stories from a Peripatetic Kitchen – The New Indian Express

… among the many characters who come to life in these pages filled with the adventures and memories of the octogenarian author. The stories that accompany the vegetarian recipes recreate eras long gone in vivid detail—growing up in British India, the country post Independence, exploring America of the 20th century, the cities of Poona, Baroda, Bombay, Delhi, Madras as they changed over the decades—through food. It helps that the author, whose father worked for the British Defence …

Navratri: Hotels revamp menu with ‘fast’ food for the nine-day Navratri festival | Latest News & Gossip on Popular Trends at India.com

By Indo-Asian News Service, March 20 2015 New Delhi, March 20 : Get set for gastronomical adventures galore with the onset of Navratri from Saturday. Various restaurants across Delhi-NCR are ready with revamped menus to cater to the appetite of food patrons during the the nine-day Navratri festival which starts this Saturday. Hotels and restaurants have redesigned menus to cater to people who would be following a strict food regimen, which includes avoiding onion, garlic, rice, wheat, meat, …

Vegetarianism a growing trend: 7 kinds of vegetarians you may encounter at a restaurant – The Economic Times

… instance, has a bigger veg veto than other metros) “Almost 70-80% of our customers are non-vegetarians; this is pretty much in keeping with the national statistical average,” says chef Manu Chandra of Olive Beach, Bengaluru, Monkey Bar and The Fatty Bao. Chef Mickey Bhoite, formerly at Le Cirque, Delhi, makes an interesting observation: “In Delhi, we had a predominantly non-vegetarian crowd, and patrons came for our high quality meats and big wines. We would sell 5-6 kg of foie …

Protein Plus – Livemint

… Batra, clinical nutritionist, Fortis La Femme, New Delhi. Consumption of plant rather than animal proteins can, in fact, contribute to reduced risk of obesity and chronic diseases, such as diabetes and heart disease. “In comparison to protein foods of animal origin, most plant-protein sources are lower in saturated fat, free of cholesterol, higher in fibre, and a good source of antioxidants and phytochemicals. All this helps contribute to better health and reduced disease risk,” says Niti …

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