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(best suited for the Desktop View) Last month we hosted lunch and breakfast for our buds at Doodlage, India. They hosted some super creative and fun workshops all around sustainability and fashion in POND, Safdurjung. It was a delight to be the food partner. We did DIY salads on both days - a Red Quinoa and...

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Apple Cider Vinegar is basically, an all rounder. That kid in class who knew everything and did everything & was just that good. But you shouldn’t envy this kid here, instead make best friends with it and welcome it to your everyday life! We are sure you have heard of Apple Cider Vinegar’s plethora of health...

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It’s summer. It’s hot. Yet the one relief we all can share is that it is mango season!  From mango ice cream, mango smoothies, mango puddings and more, there is no stopping a happy mango from making it into your and your loved ones meals. Here at I Say Organic we are dedicated to not only bring you 100% organic...

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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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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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Haven’t we all said it at some point or another? “It’s too hot to eat!” We thought it was just us or the tropical India weather but it’s actually science. Studies conducted in animal models and military settings have shown that the Thermal Neutral Zone, or TNZ, an ideal range of temperatures in which the...

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We grew up in innocent times. Our parents or grandparents put food on the table and we ate it. We experienced the wonders of home gardening and produce grown completely naturally. We weren’t concerned with size or colour – it was the taste of the fruit or veggie that mattered. But today, things are very...

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The Benefits of Bee Keeping

Posted in Why say organic? by  •  June 22, 2015

Organic farming uses all-natural techniques to grow food in a way that’s good for farmers, good for the environment, and good for consumers. In a world where climate change and the effects of years of industrial and chemical farming are making it increasingly hard for farmers to make a sustainable living, organic...

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From an ancient Indian practice to a beloved fitness practice the world over, yoga has withstood the test of time. Today, yoga is more popular than ever, offering people a way stay healthy and relieve stress through breathing (pranayama), movement (asanas) and focus. Of course, a healthy practice is also supported by...

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The air is cool and pleasant just after sunrise in central Uttar Pradesh. It’s an hour or two before the sun actually breaks the tree line and starts beating down unbearably on the dry, pre-monsoon earth, but the organic farm is already awake and noisy. The cows start the symphony, and are joined by the dogs; flocks...

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