We the Bengalis generally eat ruti or paratha in breakfast. Many eat ruti three times a day as a staple meal. So, ruti occupies the second position after only rice in the menu of the Bengalis. Some also eat ruti as a diet. Ruti making is an art although troublesome work to many. However, to make the task easy different types of electric machines of different brands are available in the market. But, you cannot make ruti of boiled flour with those machines and you cannot find the deshi (local) flavor in the ruties made with those foreign machines. On the contrary, you might have to count a big amount of electric bill at the end of the month due to use of that machine
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