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Old 11-08-2017, 03:12 PM   #17 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Chico
Despite complex ingredients and labor-intensive cooking methods that rival or even eclipse those associated with some of the most celebrated cuisines — think French, Spanish and Italian — we want our Indian food fast, and we want it cheap.
False. Indian food is expensive as fuck in the U.S.
Cheap as fuck in the UK, although the quality can be dubious in many places. An example of UK prices for the place I use on the rare occasions I eat Indian locally.

https://indiangardencrewe.com/our_me...collapse319898
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