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Why Is South Asian Food Writing So One-Dimensional?

While there’s visibility, there is a lack of narratives from Muslim Indians, those of lower castes, and those across the South Asian diaspora

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DDuring the past two years, it has been hard to ignore the rise of South Asian food media in the United States. While Indian food has always…

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Maryam Jillani

Maryam Jillani

Phnom Penh-based food writer and founder of the award-winning blog, Pakistan Eats. You can follow me on Twitter and Instagram @pakistaneats.

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