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Chai in Gujarat

There is nothing fancy about drinking tea in India. Tea drinking, for the average Indian familiar with the chai phenomenon, is usually done in a matter of minutes. A few whiffs, a couple of slurps and the sticky-sweet, over-boiled milky drink is gulped down on the go at a roadside chaiwallah..In Gujarat it is sipped from plates and not cups so it is even easier to cool down. Talala, November 2003

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There is nothing fancy about drinking tea in India. Tea drinking, for the average Indian familiar with the chai phenomenon, is usually done in a matter of minutes. A few whiffs, a couple of slurps and the sticky-sweet, over-boiled milky drink is gulped down on the go at a roadside chaiwallah..In Gujarat it is sipped from plates and not cups so it is even easier to cool down. Talala, November 2003