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Aftab Ahmed displays a halal leg of lamb
ZamZam Foods co-owner Aftab Ahemd displays a halal leg of lamb in the meat locker at the Norwood store. (Tom Herde/Globe Staff) Tom Herde/Globe Staff

Muslims find more halal restaurants and food providers

By Omar Sacirbey
Globe Correspondent / March 21, 2007

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Chicken tandoori, shami kebab, and lamb korma are among the exotic dishes offered at Grain and Salt, a new South Asian eatery in Allston. But Salim Nguyen, an observant Muslim from Wayland who eats only halal, the Islamic equivalent of kosher, is drawn to Grain and Salt's American fare. (Full article: 1221 words)

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