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Ayurveda has always been revered in India. The doctors, known as Vaids, have demonstrated an uncanny knack of being able to dispense both cures and treatments with natural herbs and medicines that are both effective as well as suitable for the patient. I Say Organic decided to take a look at what one should eat,...

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We’re happy to get this New Year off to a healthy, delicious start. We’ve got some new products, all organic, all full of flavor and nutrition, so your taste buds get a treat and your body gets nutrition. Let us tell you all about our new introductions! Organic Chikki Bars – Peanut, Sesame Seed and Mixed...

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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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5 Steps To Make Upto 50 Organic Salads!

Posted in DIY Remedies by  •  January 20, 2017

In the last five years alone, we’ve witnessed a huge change in how people across the world, and especially India, eat and enjoy their food. In particular, salads, which have been a mainstay of cuisines in India in various forms, are enjoying a resurgence in popularity due to different flavours and tastes now...

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At I Say Organic, we make it a point to start our day with a glass of smoothie or juice. Trust us, it kickstarts your day with an energy boost! As smoothies are convenience, health and taste in one package, we’re always that much happier.  It can be had on the go, it’s full of nutrients and it can replace your...

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In these stress-filled times, gardening is a great hobby that also helps you give back and put some important green back into the world. Organic gardening helps you impart important info about eating healthy, the dangers of chemicals, the relationship between food, farming and their appetites, as well as lifelong...

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Who doesn’t love a sprig of refreshing mint in their tea or salad? Especially when it’s fresh, organic mint is a treat for the senses. And you can make sure it’s organic by growing it at home.   What conditions does it need? Mint plants are perennial herbs; they grow all year through. They grow in direct and...

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Monsoon is on its way and there needs to be something healthy nourishing and wholesome to make that will support you without it being too fatty. It is common for people to reach for food with extra fat in the rainy season; this gorgeous and simple raw recipe accompanied with sauce is well worth a try if you want a...

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Beaches, mountains, museums, new cultures – there’s so much we look forward to when you’re travelling. And while some people also enjoy the actual travel itself, the plane rides and airport duty free carousels, the one thing everyone is united on is our collective hatred of airline and airport food. Shriveled...

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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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