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It’s November which means- Movember! If you aren’t familiar with Movember, its a global health movement that takes place during November in which men grow mustaches in order to draw awareness to a variety of men’s health issues including prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health, and more. Annual...

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As part of our commitment to promote healthy, holistic and thoughtful living, I Say Organic was proud to collaborate with the Delhi based NGO Manzil, an afterschool learning center for students near Khan Market, to host a workshop promoting nutritious eating and environmental consciousness. Manzil is a fantastic...

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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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Non Whole Wheat And Store Bought Bread- Not A Friend, But A Foe For Your Body Non-Whole Wheat breads, that is to say breads using refined flour, can be seen as a simple basic but there is actually a lot more happening inside that loaf.  While often tasteless compared to non-chemicalized bread, they are also full of...

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Books change our lives, our minds, our ideas and our futures – for the better. While you might already be considering going organic or being more aware of what food you’re eating and where it comes from, knowledge helps you make better decisions. Here are seven books that I Say Organic loves and recommends,...

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Baking Basics for Beginners

Posted in Uncategorized by  •  March 1, 2016

The smell of baking instantly turns a house into a home, and your mind to mush. In fact, real estate agents (the cads!) in America often swear by baking cookies in a house, or even just heating up vanilla essence in the oven, to lure prospective buyers into making a sale. No trickery here! We love baked goods, but...

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All about sustainable farming

Posted in Uncategorized by  •  December 14, 2015

An Organic Farmer's Diary All about sustainable farming Harsh Lohit, an organic farmer talks about what sustainable farming means to him and small land holding farmers Sustainable farming is variously called organic, natural, biodynamic or permaculture; all of which are overlapping methods and systems to...

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We’re utterly kicked to bring you chia seeds, a little black nutritive miracle that’s also completely organic! Typically tiny oval seeds, chia come in brown, gray, black, and white colours. They are hydrophilic in nature, absorbing over 10 times their weight when soaked. The seeds develop a mucilaginous...

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When it takes a Fly to learn more Organic farmer, Harsh Lohit talks about his adventures chasing the fruit fly, which destroys hundreds of crops in the monsoon season. As opposed to conventionally grown guavas, which are sprayed with tonnes of pesticides to solve the problem, organic farmers innovate and use only the...

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Expecting a baby is one of the most wonderful times in a family's life, but, especially for expecting mothers, it can also be the most stressful! There are so many changes to diet, lifestyle, and health that accompany pregnancy, and moms want to do everything they can to make sure they and their baby are eating right....

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