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Saffron: Water and Oil

Saffron Water and Oil for daily use: Hi, In my last blog I have shared about saffron, today I will share about saffron but not a recipe. People use to share the saffron recipes like how and where to use saffron but, I wanted to share why we […]

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Horse Gram: Kulthi Dal in Hindi

Horse Gram mainly famous in South India, they eat Horse Gram in many ways like Rasam, Sprouts and as Dal. These are cheapest lentil in India, horse Gram is also very nutritious. This Dal is rich in vitamin, protein, iron, and calcium and easy to digest because horse […]

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Poppy Seeds: Khas Khas in Hindi

Poppy seeds (khas khas) with crisp and rich flavor, Poppy seeds are very healthy being rich healthy fatty acids, calcium, copper, zinc, manganese, and potassium, phosphorus and dietary fiber. Poppy seeds are extremely beneficial in treating inflammation, quenching thirst. Poppy seeds are used as food in many cultures. […]

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Waterleaf: A Medicinal Herb

The Ibibios and Efik are tribes always will come top in use of waterleaf in different ways. Almost all their delicacies are cooked with “edikaikong”, either mixed with other leaves or just only it’s. You can call this as “Talinum triangulare” botanically or waterleaf. Waterleaf is a common […]

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Chia Seeds Vs Sabja Seeds

Chia Seeds are native to South America and were introduced to the old world by Europeans. They don’t have any particular name in Hindi but Basil/Sabza Seeds (written as Sabja) are the seeds of Tulsi. They are sweet basil-seeds. So, friends! today we are going to find the […]

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Basil Seeds: Sabja/ Sabza in Hindi

The Basil Seeds are eatable and found from the sweet basil plant, Ocimum basilicum. Basil Seeds are scented – Seed is a member of the mint family. Basil’s seeds are loaded with volatile oils, responsible for the heady aroma and strong flavor, so essential to cooking. The composition […]

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