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  • Authenticook helps tourists find traditional Indian food
  • Authenticook helps tourists find traditional Indian food
    Sam Cohn (2015) ©
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Authenticook helps tourists find traditional Indian food

The average Indian spends 13 hours a week in the kitchen, but their culinary expertise of traditional food is rarely available to visiting tourists. Authenticook is opening up India’s kitchens to travellers who are looking for an authentic home-cooked meal while they're on holiday.

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