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Can you talk like a masterchef?

Posted in More than cooking by  •  February 1, 2016

We’ve all been there – watching the contestants on cooking reality shows whip up dishes in a frenzy, casually throwing around cooking terms that sound technical enough to be flight jargon. But fear no more! I Say Organic is here to simplify at least a few of those terms for you, adding a couple of Indian ones with...

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It’s amazing how quickly granola bars have become part of our diets and lexicons. A little bit of health is compressed into a delicious bar that you can carry around and eat whenever needed or convenient. Chef Sandeep Namboodiry asks, “Ever wonder why a granola bar is called a ‘granola bar’? Technically,...

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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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The natural taste of vegetables

Posted in Why say organic? by  •  December 30, 2015

We spoke to Amit Karki about his journey to organic food across cities in India and how he likes shopping with I Say Organic. Tell us a little bit about yourself and your family. My name is Amit Karki, my family has three people; my wife, my 12 year old son and me. I work in publishing, at the S Chand company....

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Pumpkin love

Posted in Healthy Snacks and Drinks by  •  December 28, 2015

The humble pumpkin or kaddu has long been a much reviled vegetable during childhood. It’s only when we grow up that we realise what a giving, nutritious and tasty vegetable it is. In fact, that is true of the entire squash family. When your food is organic, you can be sure that you're closest to nature. I Say...

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We present the best thing for that chilly evening – organic soup recipes! With or without garlic bread, with or without nut milk – winters are always best with stewy, hot goodness! Here are some easy recipes for you to cook up in a jiffy! www.arecipeforgluttony.wordpress.com Ingredients 500 gm...

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Tomato Soup in pop culture

Posted in More than cooking by  •  December 16, 2015

Oh, tomato soup. How do we love thee? Let us count the ways. We love you when it’s winter and cold outside, and you warm us up. We love your textured goodness, full of lycopene. We love the dichotomy of you being a fruit and being cooked like a vegetable. We love you even more when we pair you with warm,...

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Opening doors to good health

Posted in teamspeak, Why say organic? by  •  December 15, 2015

On December 12th and 13th 2015, we officially launched our first ever retail outlet in New Delhi. Along with a live cold press juice bar which pairs some of the season's best flavours, we also have a great food menu made from only the freshest, 100% organic fruits and vegetables. There were loyal customers, newbies...

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Preparing for winters on a farm

Posted in Why say organic? by  •  December 14, 2015

Since time immemorial, human beings have always prepared for winter. Be it stockpiling pickles and preserves, eating different foods or procuring warm clothes. But with civilisation and technology, in cities, the seasons are more something we notice rather than preparing for. But on farms, winters prompt much...

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An entire day’s worth of healthy eating, all with your blender! Breakfast ~ Smoothie Blend pieces of cucumber + apple + banana + spinach or amaranth + lemon + honey + water or nut milk + ice. Enjoy. Elevenses ~ Cucumber gazpacho Blend pieces of 1 deseeded cucumber + 1 yellow capsicum + 2 garlic cloves...

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