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In winter, it’s more essential that you eat organic fruits and vegetables to remain healthy. As temperatures drop and the weather changes, your body needs to be able to cope, giving it it all the nutrients it needs. I Say Organic is happy to present a variety of exotic salad leaves: Kale, Green Lettuce, Swiss Chard,...

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In India, there’s one thing in summer that’s bigger than Game of Thrones or The Avengers. The king of fruits, the mango, is back. And not only do you plot to eat as much of it everyday as possible, but given how versatile it is, you like to incorporate it into as many dishes as possible. Rich in vitamin C,...

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Soup For Summers

Posted in Anna Steele, Recipes we love by  •  June 20, 2016

This raw vegan soup is very simple to make with minimal clean-up and they are very easy to digest. You can also add your favourite herbs and spices to the mix  and once you feel confident with the method start adding other water rich veggies such as cucumber, celery etc bringing more and more nutrients. Because...

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Haven’t we all said it at some point or another? “It’s too hot to eat!” We thought it was just us or the tropical India weather but it’s actually science. Studies conducted in animal models and military settings have shown that the Thermal Neutral Zone, or TNZ, an ideal range of temperatures in which the...

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Let’s go a little nuts

Posted in Recipes we love by  •  March 30, 2016

I scream, you scream, we all scream for dry fruits. Yeah, we mangled that old saying but isn’t it true? As Indians, dry fruits have a long and almost sacred relationship with our tastebuds, being used as they are in rich dishes, sweets, as prashad and as gifts at festivals and occasions. But dry fruits can make...

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Who doesn’t love pasta? The satisfyingly full taste, the delicious al dente feeling in your mouth and the sense of fullness afterward. We found an easy way to make delicious pasta at home – which means that it will be as organic and pure as possible, and can be customised to your taste. While homemade pasta...

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Juicing is one of our favourite ways to get healthier because, it gets us a load of vitamins and nutrients, in an easy to make, easy to consume way. Juices are also portable, so you can take them along on the go, and drink them in lieu of a snack or even along with a meal. Now presenting our Vitamin Booster Juice...

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Buddha Purnima is sometimes called Buddha’s Birthday and commemorates the birth, enlightenment and death of Gautama Buddha in the Theraveda Buddhist tradition. Typically falling on a full moon day in the 5th or 6th lunar month, Buddha Purnima is a major festival in countries where Buddhism is followed. One of the...

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Is there anything more satisfying than a big plate of rajma, seasoned just right and slow cooked until the beans are perfectly soft and the sauce is just right? It’s hard to say no to seconds, and luckily, you don’t need to! Rajma are high in fiber and loaded with magnesium and potassium, which makes them a...

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Playing Holi can work up an appetite! Running around with friends and family, throwing balloons, laughing--you’ll need your energy before, and after, all the festivities! We’ve found some delicious, organic recipes for snacks and sweets that will keep you energized all day long.   Thandai Ingredients 4...

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