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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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In India, there’s one thing in summer that’s bigger than Game of Thrones or The Avengers. The king of fruits, the mango, is back. And not only do you plot to eat as much of it everyday as possible, but given how versatile it is, you like to incorporate it into as many dishes as possible. Rich in vitamin C,...

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Eight glasses per day. That’s the key to a healthy system. Health pundits have vacillated and argued over whether that’s a blanket rule for everyone, but the bottom line is that it’s a great start. However, anyone who’s started counting glasses of water, knows the tedium of having to down it. Pretty soon,...

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“Good health takes work and daily upkeep.” Balderdash. It takes literally five minutes a day, by incorporating any and all of the following organic foods in your diet. You just need to make substitutions or start tiny little habits, and within a short while, you’ll be feeling better and more...

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Let’s go a little nuts

Posted in Recipes we love by  •  March 30, 2016

I scream, you scream, we all scream for dry fruits. Yeah, we mangled that old saying but isn’t it true? As Indians, dry fruits have a long and almost sacred relationship with our tastebuds, being used as they are in rich dishes, sweets, as prashad and as gifts at festivals and occasions. But dry fruits can make...

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Cooking like the nawabs

Posted in I Say Organic Home Made by  •  March 1, 2016

We’ve all salivated over the amazing, sumptuous flavours of dum biryani. In fact, for many of us, it remains one of our most cherished culinary memories. When biting into succulently soft veggies and marinated-cooked rice, we feel like kings. And small wonder, given dum pukht’s nawabi origins. Royal for...

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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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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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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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