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Changing Food Culture

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Something for life or enjoyment that can be consumed by all living creatures, including humans, can be considered food. Though the anatomy belongs to vegetarians, since ancient times , humans have been vegetarians. Each culture has a diet of its own. The diet of the people in that region is influenced by the availability and environment of food in an area. For example, meat is one of the main sources of nutrients for the body in colder climates. Therefore, it can be seen that meat in the diet of individuals in cold countries is more plentiful. In Kerala and Bengal, people consume more fish.

Nutrition


Nutrition is one of our body's most essential nutrients. Vitamin B1 Vitamin B2 Vitamin B3 Vitamin B6 Vitamin B9 Vitamin B12 All the nutrients are vitamin C, vitamin D and vitamin E.

Food in kerala

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Rice is Kerala 's staple meal. In all three meals, rice dishes can be used. The food was not rice but porridge in the past. Kanji has become a favourite food of foreigners and Malayalees. There was extensive consumption of cereals, potatoes, fish, meat and vegetables.

Changing the culture of food in Kerala

With steaming powdered porridge, bitter mango pickle, baked pappadam and healthy coconut milk, the mother was watching her grandchildren come and call her. Then the door opened and there came the maid. Something unfamiliar was found in his hand in the bowl. Mom gave it a sniff and put it back. Through the look on her face, you can tell that she did not like the smell. Then the maid 's voice said, "This is how easy it is to make noodles." Five minutes is only enough. 'This is the experience of a mother who has come to stay with her kids, who is a town official. Two days later, the mother, who was ready to spend a minimum of two months with her children, returned to her village.

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The distinctive traditional dishes of Kerala are disappearing, such as powdered porridge, kadumanga, pappadam, idli, dosha, chammanti, bread, kappa, fish curry, avial, sambar and spices. Instead, even in the slums of Kerala, many dishes such as biryani, fried rice, chilli chicken and ginger chicken are becoming available. After working in the scorching sun all day in the fields and fields, the last generation had arrived, drinking a cup of sambhara and quenching their thirst. But today, drinking red and yellow flavoured water instead of spices and sorbet can quench your thirst.

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When our culture of eating shifted, so did the changes in diet and taste themselves. Those who don't know how to make overseas dishes don't even get kitchen work today. We try to mimic foreigners and the dishes they find to be unhealthy and rejected, even though foreigners are culturally inclined towards our diet. Though visitors come to Kerala from the stalls to buy bread, fish curry, pudding and fruit, Malayalees go to restaurants to buy Chinese rice, soups and tandoori and empty their pockets. The number of hotels in foreign countries producing and selling 'Kerala dishes' is growing. Its users are more western than the Malayalees. When, after tasting Kerala cuisine, they hit the Malayalam coast, we go to hotels for international cuisine. If he doesn't go to a restaurant with his family from time to time and eat, does it not affect his 'status'?These feats are mostly performed without understanding what has been consumed or what the advantages are. There are a lot of people who have to look at the menu and think 'that, this.'

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