The negative impacts of redefined sugar have been too many to count but this does not imply that anything that is ‘sweet’ is harmful. There are numerous natural alternatives of redefined sugar which can be obtained from fruits, vegetables and the cute little honeybee! These do not have any sort of poor effect on one’s health and rather provide nourishing nutrients to the body. Honey has been in use since
Fun facts about honey – the wonders it can do!
If you really wish to get-away from the stereotypical venturing of ‘popular’ places and join me in my gastronomic peregrination through an array of exotic spaces hid within the heart of one of the most popular urban destinations, your very own B’lore and discover for the ultimate “experience of the unknown”, then here’s your chance! Bengaluru, commonly known as Bangalore or B’lore, which is ‘usually’ adorned with various titles of-the
Milk is a white liquid which is produced by mammals. The milk so produced by farm animals is used as a food item by humans. According to statistical records in 2011 about 730 million tones of milk was produced all over the globe. India is considered to be the biggest consumer as well as producer of milk. Milk can be considered as complete food as it is filled with all
One visit to America and a foodie who has grown with likes of Noddy and FRIENDS and Big Bang theory, reaches the seventh heaven itself. Having all the preparations one see in sitcoms and cartoons come to life is a different experience all together and here I share with you the what and how of my tummies journey through four states. This list is not exhaustive or innovative per say,
When you think about summer, all that comes to your mind is the picture of “scorching sun, large ice cubes and watermelons!” Being the fruit of the summer and also so sweet that it could even be served as a dessert, these watermelons not only act as the body hydrating “thirst-quenching” factor but also serve other health benefits. People generally assume that it has only water contents and nothing more.
India is rightfully the hub of multiple cuisines for diverse variety of food that it offers. Apart from the respective local cuisine of every area, the street food here is omnipresent and is the connecting link between northern and southern parts along with eastern and western parts of India. In almost every part of India, you come across a food shack after every five minutes. Every state has a different
Baking is a science, though not a complicated one; it relies quite heavily on accuracy. Everyone can bake, but like most things, a little know-how goes a long way. Even the little of the littlest mistakes in baking can mean the difference between the cake that rises and the one that sinks; the cookies that are perfectly golden brown and the ones that have burnt bottoms. We all want to
Onam is one of the many festivals celebrated on a large scale in Kerala. This is basically a Hindu festival celebrated with a lot of enthusiasm for a period of 10 days. According to the calendar the festival falls between the months of August and September which also is the period of harvest in the state and therefore the festival is regarded as a harvest festival Of Kerala. Onam
Jalebi or Zulbia is a popular sweet in our country and surprisingly not only in India but is also found to entertain the taste buds of people of Middle East and North African countries like Jordan, Syria, Egypt and Algeria. The creation of these sweets is simple and mainly requires a deep frying of wheat flour also called maida in India, in whirl shapes which is then soaked in the
A chocolate, a favourite of many, is a brown colour sweet which is basically cacao seeds, roasted and often flavored with vanilla. The nature and colour of chocolates may vary depending upon the colour of the seeds and the process of preparation used. Cacao has been cultivated in many cultures for years now dating back to 1900 BC. It’s believed that earlier these seeds were used to make beverages