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Two writers consider their favorite savory Indian porridges

Savory porridges are now trending in urban breakfast spots in America, but they’ve long been staples in India. Two writers, Michelle Huneven and Kannan Mahadevan, each returned from recent trips to the subcontinent — Huneven to the south; Mahadevan to the west — with a new favorite breakfast dish. ...
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