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Gobi recipes have been around for centuries and are a staple in many cultures. The history of gobi recipes is a long and varied one, with many different influences and ingredients.
Gobi, also known as cauliflower, is a member of the cabbage family. It is believed to have originated in the Mediterranean region and was later introduced to India. The first recorded gobi recipe dates back to the 4th century AD, when it was included in a cookbook from Syria.
Gobi recipes began to spread to other parts of the world in the 16th century, when Europeans began to travel to India. The first gobi recipe in English was published in 1699, and it was included in a French cookbook in 1789.
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