In India, "chaat" is a word that describes more than just a set of snacks: It's a way of life, and a category of food that hits practically every element that makes something craveable-sweet, sour, tangy, spicy, and crunchy. Chaat can be enjoyed anytime. It's light enough to be eaten for breakfast or as an afternoon snack, but satisfying enough to take the place of lunch or dinner.

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