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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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Healthiest fries ever with sweet potato

Posted in Nutrition by  •  February 29, 2016

Did you ever realise that the addictive French fry had a history rooted in cuisine? “A French fry (pommes de terre frits) was made popular because it was always used as the traditional accompaniment served alongside roasted/grilled/fried dishes. In fact, a variant of the French fry can be found in every European...

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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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Ever tried slow cooking?

Posted in Food that heals by  •  February 22, 2016

Before the advent of drive in joints, we were used to food being freshly made, tasty and nutritious. Today, fast food has ruined not just our taste buds and health, but our expectations from meals as well. However, across the globe, there are burgeoning movements that focus on healthier eating and better cooking. One...

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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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Hormones affect mood, sleep cycles, metabolism the reproductive cycle, sexual arousal, hunger and cravings. Through diet and powerful food choices, looking after our emotional health and well being we can take charge of how things affect us. We can actually do this in the most natural way possible which is first...

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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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