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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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Juice cleanse. Doesn’t that phrase seem familiar? From stars to nutrition experts to talk shows and diet books, the juice cleanse is a hot food fad right now. And a lot of these cleanses recommend cold-pressed juices. Which leads us to the question, what are cold-pressed juices and are they really that good for...

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Pickle me pink!

Posted in I Say Organic Home Made by  •  June 26, 2015

We’ve all been there. It’s a meal that doesn’t quite excite you, or it can stand to have an added edge – and you reach for a chutney or a pickle and slurp! The meal is now gone! That’s the magic of a great pickle (achar) or chutney – and in India, they often comprise an essential part of our meal. Pickled...

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Healthy, seasonal and delicious – we're bringing you the best veggies of the summer season and we couldn’t be happier. Find out a bit more about these super seasonal treats, and try some great recipes for fun new ways to eat them!  Tori Also called ridge gourd, tori is a watery veggie from the cucumber...

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Summer is a time when some of our favorite fruits are at their freshest and most delicious! Celebrate the season with a shake made from all organic, farm fresh bananas, mangoes, and peaches. It's a perfect way to start your mornings or reenergize after a work out. Shop ingredients at http://goo.gl/scN8n6

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The Down-low on Vitamin D

Posted in More than cooking, Nutrition by  •  April 29, 2015

Vitamin D, known as the sunshine vitamin, is created in our bodies when our skin is exposed to sunlight. Unfortunately, there has been an increasing trend of Indians being diagnosed with a deficiency of Vitamin D, which is more worrying because we live in a tropical country with plentiful sunshine. Working indoors,...

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This recipe takes a little time, so it's perfect for a lazy weekend. But the rewards are oh -so-sweet ! Ingredients: Coconut Milk or coconuts Mangoes Sugar, maple syrup or jiggery powder Method: First, you can use coconut milk or make your own. Simply break open a fresh coconut, carefully...

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Aam Ras

Posted in Healthy Snacks and Drinks, Recipes we love by  •  September 4, 2014

Alphonso mangoes give the Indian favourite Aam Ras its thick, luscious flavor. Try this delicious and easy recipe at home. Ingredients: 1 kg mangoes 1/2 litre milk (optional) 200gms powdered sugar or Jaggery Method: Wash mangoes. Peel and cut into small pieces. Keep the seeds aside in a little...

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This recipe is a tradition with a twist and has been keeping us fresh and delighted here at the office. Use the whole lemon for a punchy flavour and all the vitamins! Ingredients: 3 lemons Water 3 tablespoons wild organic honey Salt to taste Ice cubes Method: Slice 3 lemons into halves....

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