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What meat is used in Indian food ?

What meat is used in Indian food ?

What meat is used in Indian food ?

India has dietary restrictions on the intake of certain types of animal flesh. Buddhists and Jains are vegetarians and Jains are mostly vegans, who do not even touch root vegetables. Hindus and Sikhs do not eat beef and Muslims do not eat pork. The most common type of meat taken by non- vegetarian Indians is lamb, goat or chicken meat often served at restaurants in the form of Gosht, Korma, Tikka or Masala curry. Beef is not eaten because it contains cows’ meat and cows are considered highly sacred.

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