In their diet the Sikhs are extremely simple. Rice and attah, a coarse kind of flour, constitute the staple of their food, to which they add the flesh of fowls, fish, condiments, and spices, milk vegetables, and fruits. Beef is interdieted, and mutton sparingly used.

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