It is important to sanitize fruits & vegetables to get rid of any unwanted germs and particles. With these ways you can clean your food items in an easy way to stay safe from Coronavirus.
Monsoon is a season of beauty and glory that spreads greenery all over. Whenever we think of monsoon the only thing that comes in our mind is pakoda, called fritters in English. Ideal Indian way to enjoy rainy season is while sipping a cup of tea with a plate full of pakoda.
As summers officially arrived in Indian subcontinent people started preparing themselves for long sweaty days with scorching heat. In this season we need to look after our diet and eat healthily. There are certain foods that help to keep ourselves cool from inside during
Sprouts are not something that everyone loves to eat but as they are super healthy it needs to be a part of your diet. Generally, sprouts are eaten raw or lightly cooked as frying or roasting them destroys their nutrients. Sprouts are nutrient-packed germinated seeds that
Sprouts are the nutritious tiny balls that can enhance total nutritional value of your meal. They are teeny-tiny nutritional powerhouses. Sprouts are also a rich source of antioxidants. Various grains are soaked in water to soften the outer membrane allowing them to sprout.
Still at home due to Coronavirus Lockdown? What could be better than relaxing on the couch and sipping your favourite tea while you are working from home or just relaxing? Tea is one of the most commonly consumed beverages in the world. There are a variety of teas available
In India, we are used to consuming only two types of grains as a staple food that is wheat and rice. Due to rising health and nutrition awareness among people, many other whole grains are welcomed in the house now. Diversifying your food grains is an easy way to add