Posted January 09, 2018 13:30:11When it comes to vegetarian cuisine you’ll find a mix of traditional Chinese and Indian dishes in a number of cuisines.
But which are vegetarian?
The question is more nuanced than you might think.
According to Veganuary, a food magazine, there are at least eight vegetarian foods on the menu.
But if you want to know what the vegan community actually eats, you’ll need to delve deeper.
The vegans in India are not vegetarians.
They eat a lot of meat and fish, including beef and lamb.
But they do so in moderation, according to Veggie India’s founder Nandan Sethi.
According a report in The Times of India, many vegetarians in India have chosen not to eat animal products altogether because they don’t feel it is healthy.
But the issue isn’t that the vegans are not vegetarian, but rather that they’re not vegans.
There are vegan restaurants in India that serve all kinds of vegan dishes, including meatless dishes and veggie burgers.
There are vegan cookbooks, too.
Veganuary says most Indian vegetarians eat mostly vegetarian food, but there are also vegans who choose not to be vegetarian.
They prefer to eat foods like veggie noodles and rice.
The word “vegan” comes from the Sanskrit word for “vegetable” or “rice”.
Vegan cuisine is a mixture of traditional Indian and Western cuisins, according the report.
Many traditional Indian dishes include meat, vegetables, grains, beans and lentils.
Some of these dishes are also vegan.
Vegetarian restaurants tend to be larger in size and cater to a more affluent customer base.
Some vegetarian restaurants cater only to a small minority of the population.
Veggie restaurants are also a big business, as they cater to affluent Indian customers and cater mainly to their Indian customers.
Veggies in Indian cuisine have traditionally been prepared using a variety of herbs, spices, spices and other ingredients.
The most popular Indian spices are cumin, coriander, turmeric, fenugreek, red chili and bay leaf.
Vegans are known for eating meatless meals, Sethi told the Times of Indian.
However, most vegetarian meals are vegan.
And vegetarians are a relatively small proportion of the Indian population.
Most Indian vegetians, Seth, a professor of food studies at the University of Delhi, told the report, eat mostly Indian food.
But there are vegetarian restaurants in the country that serve vegetarian food.
Veggy restaurants are usually smaller and have more vegetarian options.
Veggie restaurants cater to more affluent Indian clients, Seth said.
He also noted that vegetarian cuisine is more popular in India than vegan cuisine in the US and Europe.
Veggys are also popular in the United States, according Seth.
However veggys don’t tend to have a huge following.
According the Veganuary article, the number of vegetarian restaurants and vegan restaurants is growing.
The Indian restaurant business is estimated to be worth $1.3 trillion.