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In ancient India, broths were drunk with much satisfaction: there was even a cookbook on the subject called Supasastra (soup-scripture), although it has now been lost. The very title of cook was "supa-krit" (soup-maker)! Today the southern part of India still preserves a few remnants of the ancient tradition, among which is mulligatawny (pepper-soup), a curried soup.

-- Notebooks Category 15: The Orient > Chapter 2: India > # 80

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