Indian food has been growing in popularity, driven by restaurant openings and cooking classes held in supermarkets and as adult education offerings. Unlike some other ethnic varieties, Indian products can be found a little bit here, and a little bit there, in Center Store. To make a homecooked Indian meal might take spices or herbs from the spice aisle, lentils or beans from a bulk section, and jarred or canned sauces from the international aisle to save preparation time. Because of the ...

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