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Yesterday we celebrated World Environment Day - the talk on which was echoing everywhere. On the streets, in offices, in government buildings, in the UN, in schools - everywhere! But what we feel is most important, is the instinctive echo within self.     We are the environment and  whatever we do mirrors...

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It has been 70 years of independence for India, and the nation is changing like never before. If we look ahead to solve the problems of 2017 and beyond- whether natural resource constraints, farmer livelihood, and population health- we need an approach which suits the technology and progress of our time. We have...

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  Avocados are the hottest new food on the block, with outposts dedicated to serving them popping up in Brooklyn, Manhattan, and other culinary hotspots, and dominating Instagram feeds all over the world. Why the newfound obsession over these fruits? Well, at the root of this popularity are the multitude of...

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For the last 4 years, I’ve been very particular about taking a 2-3 week vacation every summer. Other than breaking the monotony and recharging, it always reinforced my belief in my work as well - no matter where you go, you come across sustainable communities, local cuisines, traditional knowledge, like-minded...

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Since 2005, UN World Environment Day has been celebrated across the globe on June 5th to raise awareness about the urgent need to protect our planet and nature. Every year, the United Nations chooses a different theme, one that’s most urgent and focuses on that, driving initiatives and projects that can make a...

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Happy organic Navratri

Posted in Featured, Special Events by  •  March 23, 2015

Go organic this Navratri with easy recipes specially homemade @ I Say Organic Navratri is a spiritual time in India when people fast and feast in equal measure. Traditionally associated with Goddess Durga and her nine incarnations, during this 9 day festival people devote time to prayer and reflection and cleanse...

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Amongst the many strains that we put on our body, one of the greatest may well be processed white sugar process. Most fruits, veggies, nuts and dairy have some quantity of natural sugars. Unfortunately, daily packaged foods like cereals, snacks, desserts and even beverages contain more processed sugar than is good...

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If Life Gives You Lemongrass….

Posted in Featured, More than cooking by  •  September 16, 2014

We love the smell of lemongrass! Also called Hare Chai Ki Patti, this herb is most popular in Thai cooking. Traditionally used in teas and aromatherapy, lemongrass has amazing health benefits. While sipping on our lemongrass tea the other day, we wondered about its many uses and benefits. Use it in Tea. Your...

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We are happy to announce the winners of the Tea-Amo Contest. Let's take a look at their tea stories! Kanika Jain, Tea-Amo Winner and tea companion Mallika Dua Says Kanika, "In the last few years, I've grown quite fond of drinking tea. To be honest, I cannot recall my sudden interest in tea, but it is something...

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I was born to a family of restaurant owners, so food and customers were pretty much always centre stage... I'm Elsa, 37 and French, living in Asia for 5-and-a-half years now and counting. I was born to a family of restaurant owners, so food and customers were pretty much always centre stage, I don't remember ever...

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