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No beating about the bush.
Sometimes the inquiry into origins of food can prove out to be illuminating. Consider the non-cereal Rajgira: it looks like poppy seeds (khus-khus) and is often used as substitute for cereals like wheat and rice during religious fasting days in western India. Rajgira is venerated for its ritual purity -- seems as Indian as Indian can be. But few people know of its exotic origins; fewer still...