Food is a strange old thing. What I mean is the impressions people
make about it and other people based upon it. For example, when
I was in Israel everybody berated British food. It wasn't just the
Israelis either. Slagging off the food from the UK seems to be an
international pastime, as the other volunteers at the kibbutz
where more than happy to put their two-pennies worth in as well.
I suppose to a certain extent they're right. But I was trying to
defend the UK by saying things have changed, organic produce for
example is as easy, if not easier to get in the UK now than probably
anywhere else... Still, it's a hard fight!
The reason for my ramblings is that I'm worried about the food
in India. Having eaten the (excellent but) some what under-spiced
food in Israel for almost three months, to have a curry in the UK
was a shock to the system. So I'm a little concerned as to what
the real thing's gonna do!