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World over Gujarati cuisine is famous for its flavours and variety. Gujaratis are reputed to be real foodies and prefer travelling with their home cooked food. Gujarat is primarily a vegetarian state due to the Jain Vegetarianism influence though they have a vast coastline and an incessant supply of seafood. Many communities though do consume non vegetarian food which includes seafood, poultry and goat / lamb. But what Gujarati cuisine is popularly known for is the famously satiating Gujarati Thali. A typical Gujarati thali consists of starters (dhokla, pathra, khandvi), main course (dal, rice, rotli, seasonal subzi, kathor which is a whole bean, kadhi, raita or plain curds and dessert (any one of these - shrikhand, aamras, mohanthal, doodh pak, jalebi). The taste is a little skewed towards sweetness with sugar added to even the lentils and pulses preparations. However the cuisine varies in tastes and spiciness depending upon individual preferences and region. But what is common among all these differences is the balanced mix of saltiness, sweetness and spiciness! A Gujarati Thali is highly recommended to all who travel to this beautiful state.

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