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Curry Lovers

A Tribe for those who cannot get enough of the spicy stuff.

Curry is the term used to describe a wide variety of dishes whose origins are Southern and Southeastern Asian cuisines. Dishes called curry may contain meat, poultry, fish, or shellfish, either alone or in combination with vegetables. They may also be entirely vegetarian.

Curry has many health benefits.

Turmeric is one of the primary ingredients in curry and is responsible for many of the dish’s health benefits. It has effect on those who suffer from arthritis or otherwise sore and inflamed joints, reducing swelling and easing the pain associated with inflammation of the joints.

Turmeric can also help reduce the risk for Alzheimer’s Disease and dementia. This is because of curcumin within the turmeric; curcumin can identify plaques in the brain called amyloid plaques. In excess, amyloid plaques can interfere with the brain’s wiring and cause memory to degrade over time. If you ingest enough curcumin on a regular basis, the curcumin will bind to the plaque and keep it from reproducing. Turmeric has also been found to reduce the risk of developing prostate, breast, skin and colorectal cancer, possibly because of its antioxidant properties.

Other ingredients in curry, such as chili pepper are beneficial in boosting your body’s immunity and healing properties. This is because they’re rich in vitamins such as vitamin C, vitamin A and vitamin B6, and they boost the infection-fighting cells. Ingredients in curry such as asafoetida, allspice, anise, cardamom and black pepper may be helpful in easing digestion problems. Indigestion, constipation, loss of appetite, stomachaches and even hemorrhoids may improve after ingesting the dish on a regular basis.

While a diet of only curry won’t keep the pounds off on its own, it’s actually a well-balanced way to get a variety of vegetables and proteins that may help you burn fat cells. Black pepper is the dish’s ingredient that’s best able to break down fat cells.

A number of ingredients in curry are purported to help ease the frequency of an asthma sufferer’s symptoms. Asafoetida and curcumin alike can help regulate symptoms of mild asthma.

Many ingredients in the dish, such as turmeric and cinnamon, are rich in antioxidants, which can help improve the appearance of your skin and help prevent the negative cosmetic effects of long-term exposure to pollutants or smoke. The curcumin can also improve the appearance of your hair and nails by providing necessary proteins.

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Lavinia I Curry Lovers Tribe

Contributorgold Lavinia I From the Sri Lankan pavilion at the Heritage Festival (http://www.heritage-festival.com/). Delicious stuffed roti and very interesting "rose drink".

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Kirstie M Curry Lovers Tribe

Communicatorsilver Kirstie M replied to the topic Cook Books

Wow!  That's an impressive collection of cookbooks!

I've got others with curry recipes in that I use often (a lovely one for beef rendang in the slow cooker, springs to mind).  This includes my usual go-to books for inspiration Wagamama and Wagam...

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Kirstie M Curry Lovers Tribe

Communicatorsilver Kirstie M created the topic Cook Books

I've just treated mysef to the Hairy Bikers latest cookbook - there's some great looking stuff in it that I can't wait to try =)

I'm also a big fan of the books by Anjum Anand, who not only makes traditional indian food accessible, but has cut ou...

Terry K Curry Lovers Tribe

Coachbronze Terry K created the guide Beef Rendang

Beef Rendang recipe for four sparrows (two hungry people in our house with a bit left over for my lunch) For the paste 1 onion  1 thumb sized knob of fresh ginger 4 cloves garlic 1 lemongrass stalk, tough outer layer removed and roughly chopped...

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Terry K Curry Lovers Tribe

This recipe for Lamb Karahi curry was given to Rick Stein by Mumrez Khan when Rick went to his curry house in Bradford while filming the Food Heroes series. It is one of the nicest curries to make at home.

The Ingredients

50g Ghee (Original r...

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Dave W Curry Lovers Tribe

A great idea for a tribe! Curry is a super food and I love it. !!

A good source of protein and vegatables, with healthy herbs and spices to help our minds, bodies, digestion, immunity (and I've just discovered that it can help my asthma - thanks...

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