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Year : 1998  |  Volume : 17  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 207-213

Ayurvedic rationale of the southern Indian vegetable soup Saaru or Rasam

1 Regional research centre (Ayurveda), Ashoka pillar, Jayanagar, first Block, Bangalore 560 011, India
2 Kidwai memorial institute of Oncology, Bangalore 560 029, India

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Regional research centre (Ayurveda), Ashoka pillar, Jayanagar, first Block, Bangalore 560 011
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Spices are historically known contributions to the world. The credit for identifying the spices with medicinal and culinary values goes to Ayurveda. Saaru or Rasam is a very popular soup used all over southern India. In this paper an attempt has been made to present the ayurvedic rationale behind formulating the receipt of Saaru  or Rasam .

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