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Kristi Jalics

Your Indian breakfast looks lovely. In a charming book called The Marriage Bureau for Rich People (which has more serious things to say than the title suggests but which says them in a light gentle way) the wife is often making Idlis for breakfast. I never saw a picture of what they look like, so I thank you! I often have a scrambled egg and whole wheat muliti-grain toast. And coffee!


Thanks for this post, for sharing your experience in India with us. What a fabulous gift you gave yourself!


I must ask my Indian friend about idli's -she has never mentioned them. they look wonderful. Our breakfast: My husband always has oatmeal with nuts and blueberries - I have my coffee (with milk) and later a whole grain muffin or granola with a lot of nut and blueberries (we are trying to be healthy)

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