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History of Pickles

Pickles have been a part of Indian culture for centuries. The earliest known reference to pickles dates back to the 4th century BC, when Alexander the Great encountered the inhabitants of India eating cucumbers preserved in a brine of vinegar and spices. This original recipe was most likely the beginning of the pickle tradition that is still alive in India today.

Pickles are incredibly popular in India and can be found in almost every household, from simple cucumber pickles to more complex varieties like mango pickles and lime pickles. The process of making pickles in India is a time-honored tradition. The pickles are made with a combination of spices, vinegar, and lemon juice and then stored in jars, typically made of clay, until ready to be eaten.

Pickles are an integral part of Indian cuisine, and they can be eaten in a variety of ways. Pickles are often eaten as a side dish, or they may be used as an ingredient in other dishes. Pickles can also be eaten as snacks, and they are often served with poppadums or chapattis. Pickles are also commonly eaten with Indian breads, such as paratha and naan.

Pickles are also known to have health benefits. Pickles contain probiotics, which are beneficial bacteria that help improve digestion. Pickles also provide a source of vitamins and minerals, including vitamins A, C, and K. Pickles are also known to contain antioxidants, which can help protect against certain diseases.

Pickles have been an important part of Indian culture for centuries, and they are still enjoyed by many today. Pickles are a delicious and nutritious way to enjoy the flavours of India. Whether you enjoy eating pickles as a side dish, an ingredient in other dishes, or just as a snack, pickles are sure to be a hit.

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