Announcing It's a Vegan World - Indian

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September 01, 2009


ItI always loved indian food, and having the honor to host an edition of It's a Vegan World I had no doubt: it must be the Indian edition.

I've been in India a couple of years ago, and I can't forget the colorful markets and the food stalls everywhere. India is a larger and various country, and there are so many things to say about it that I'll let the pictures talk.


JaipurThe Taj Mahal
The Jaipur BazaarThe Jaipur Bazaar
Bread makingDelhi: Tuktuk

Indian cuisine is one of the most various and interesting of the world, and I always admire it for the way the most simple -and often humble- ingredients are mixed together creating tasty, aromatic and complex dishes.

Many Indian traditional dishes are already vegan, but the Indian cuisine is really easy to veganize. Choose a recipe from one of the many traditional Indian dishes and join It's a Vegan World: Indian.

--- Here are the guidelines for IAVW: Indian ---

-The deadline is September 30, 2009.

-This is a Vegan event, so please remember that these foods are not allowed: honey, milk-based products (butter, cheese, ghee, milk, yogurt…), eggs, gelatin, and, of course, meats, fish or seafood. Vegan meat or cheese substitutes are fine.

-The recipe should be cooked for this event.

-Link back to this announcement, and feel free to use the logo.

-Link also to Vaishali's event announcement page.

-Non-bloggers are also very welcome. Just send me your recipe and a picture.

-As for bloggers, send me an email with your post to scrivi[at]erbeincucina.it. Include these details:

Your name
Blog name
Post url
Photograph (any size)

Have fun!

--- It's a Vegan World - Indian: Round up ---


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Comments

Author: Vaishali (URL)
01/09/2009

What lovely pictures, Graziana, especially of those foodstuffs and spices. Thank you for hosting IAVW this month-- and what a delicious choice of cuisine, although I must say I m biased :)


Author: mangocheeks (URL)
01/09/2009

Thanks for leaving a comment on my blog Graziana.

It s my first visit here, so I will be having a good nosy round.

I am looking forward to participating in this event. Thank you for bringing it to my attention.


Author: Graziana
04/09/2009

Thank you Vaishali and welcome here mangocheeks!


Author: Kanchan (URL)
30/09/2009

Hello, just sent you an entry for this event ! Hope you have received it !


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