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Herbal Holi Colours are here!! Holi is days away, but the excitement in the air never ceases to calm down. Water balloons, traditional pichkari and bright Holi colors have made their way to your homes. While Holi is fun, ridding our bodies of the dyes afterwards is significantly less fun, especially if these...

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Breakfast is pretty much our favourite meal. As much as lunch, dinner, brunch, and tea-time. After all, when you’re eating organic and healthy, small, fresh meals through the day are better for you. But as we go deeper in our organic journey, we’re becoming more interested in specifics. Eating breakfast is...

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Healthy choices for natural sugar

Posted in Anna Steele by  •  March 1, 2016

In her previous post, Anna Steele explains the many reasons why refined processed white sugar is detrimental to your health and emotional well being and moods. In this post Anna talks about food you can turn to for natural sugar. Here is a list of some of the sweetest and healthiest sugar alternatives and...

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Nature’s Antibiotics

Posted in Anna Steele, Food that heals by  •  March 1, 2016

So what exactly is an Antibiotic? This is a substance that is used against bacterial infection, killing or inhibiting its growth, that would otherwise manifest as a virus or infection. Another name used commonly is antimicrobial. There are many herbal remedies and foods that have antibiotic action which fight...

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What does a raw foodist eat in a day?

Posted in Anna Steele by  •  February 29, 2016

Anna Steele shares a day of exactly what shes eat and the nutritional value of the food too. Good Morning! The all important break-fast I’m sure you know the word breakfast indicates a break from the fast you had when you slept for however long you did last night. I usually have 8 hours of sleep. Because we fast...

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Rosa Basanti’s voice is bright and happy, almost always on the verge of laughter. A trained documentary filmmaker, Rosa started working in the field of education with unions, working developing tools to understand labour law. Now, she’s a freelance researcher in the field of labour rights. It’s a pleasure...

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Oh tomato, how do we love thee? Raw, cooked or sundried, tomatoes are a treat that we at I Say Organic just cannot get enough of. While fresh tomatoes are in our diet all through summer, in winters, we love getting a hit of that lycopene via sundried tomatoes. Sundried tomatoes go great in salads, frittatas, pastas,...

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Guide to winter spices

Posted in Nutrition by  •  February 29, 2016

Spice up your life? This adage is particularly relevant in winter, when low temperatures and inclement weather are only enlivened by delicious flavours and spices. In particular, we’re focusing on winter spices like star anise, nutmeg, clove and cinnamon. Fasten your tastebuds, it’s going to be a thrilling...

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Organic means better tasting food!

Posted in Why say organic? by  •  February 1, 2016

Tashi Kaul speaks with a measured tone. You get the impression that she’s weighing every word before she says anything…and when you find out she’s an international trade lawyer, with global experience, your brain goes “that explains it!” Here are some highlights from our chat with Tashi. Tell us a...

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From a textile and fashion design background, Vibha Sachdev is a pleasure to speak with. Working full-time in the waste management sector as well as doing organic gardening workshops, Vibha is organic in food habits, thought and lifestyle. Our chat with her was very interesting as we started out in reverse,...

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