India hotels, food, dentist
Street Dentistry in India has been prevalent from a very long time, even before Professional Dentistry has been introduced into India. Indian Road side dentists have been preferred by the poor who are unable to bear the prices of Professional Dentists. In-spite of the unhygienic conditions and lack of professional degree.
There have been many such instances where these street dentists have been giving nerve blocks as well with unknown anesthetic agents, and using some colored fluid in-spite of Saline. And using extraction forceps as used by our dental professionals. All these are performed on the road side with exposure to dust.
Watch as I give a tour of the first $4/night hotel room I stayed at in India. There were a few unexpected visitors that night, but as I later discovered, they're something to get used to! I checked in and was just about to have a shower when i heard a noise coming from the bed. Unusual even for Indias standards. Imagine my delight when I finally tracked it down to coming from under the mattress. I lifted it to find the whole bed covered with cockroaches!
If you are looking for a truly authentic Indian food experience, then come along to our special Indian streetfood class. This shorter class lasts for two hours, and you will be taught how to make three authentic Indian streetfoods plus the chutneys that they are served with. All the ingredients are prepared for you, so you can concentrate on making great food. Some of the very best authentic tastes come from the traditional foods that Indians enjoy every day, prepared and served by the roadside.
Chapatis are simple, griddled whole-wheat flatbreads, a staple over much of India. In some places they're called rotis. Breads are very healthful, containing nothing but whole wheat flour, salt, and water.