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Himalayan Rock Pink Salt is here! Be it an Athlete’s Diet for aesthetics, an Ayurvedic or Pranic Diet for overall well-being, salt is always a part of our food. In our quest for the perfect body and thoughtful mind, salt seldom sees the spotlight of our scrutinized diet charts. Salt, born of the sun and the...

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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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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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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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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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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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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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Who doesn’t love pasta? The satisfyingly full taste, the delicious al dente feeling in your mouth and the sense of fullness afterward. We found an easy way to make delicious pasta at home – which means that it will be as organic and pure as possible, and can be customised to your taste. While homemade pasta...

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This is how most of our workdays go And it doesn’t help that the ENTIRE office is like this:   So, that led to I SAY ORGANIC TOP WAYS TO EAT MANGO 1. Eat them – with every part of your face www.itsasmallworldafterallfamily.wordpress.com 2. Turn them into mango lassi www.flickr.com/angermann Beat...

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If you thought methi was only good for parathas, think again! Methi is versatile and great in lots of recipes. Full of vitamins, minerals, and anti-oxidants, this slightly bitter plant prevents indigestion, colds and even prevents hair loss! We tried methi with an Italian style pasta dish, tempering the...

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