Analysis of Food Pairing in Regional Cuisines of India

@article{Jain2015AnalysisOF,
  title={Analysis of Food Pairing in Regional Cuisines of India},
  author={Anupam Jain and Rakhi N K and Ganesh Bagler},
  journal={PLoS ONE},
  year={2015},
  volume={10}
}
Any national cuisine is a sum total of its variety of regional cuisines, which are the cultural and historical identifiers of their respective regions. India is home to a number of regional cuisines that showcase its culinary diversity. Here, we study recipes from eight different regional cuisines of India spanning various geographies and climates. We investigate the phenomenon of food pairing which examines compatibility of two ingredients in a recipe in terms of their shared flavor compounds… 

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