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Indian Food. I Need Help

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My husband and I hope to travel in India independently for three weeks in September. We have traveled through Asia including China but have never been to India. We will use a combination of trains and car-driver. The problem? We are completely unacquainted with Indian food. Many years ago we had a curry that turned us off and we haven't ventured back. Where do we start to learn what we might like. Sort of Indian Food for beginners. We do not eat much meat but do like fish. My husband does not care for chicken sensing that he can taste the fish meal used as chicken feed in the USA. That may not be such a problem in India and he may like the chicken there. We like vegetables. We obviously cannot count on eating Western food for three weeks nor do we want to. We do not have Indian restaurants in our small New England town but could go to Boston to try some recommended dishes. Any suggestions? I will be checking Chowhound also for recommendations.

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