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Wheatgrass: Benefits, cultivation and consumption

Wheatgrass is the young grass of wheat plant-Triticum aestivum belonging to the family of Gramineae. Delicate and lush green, Wheatgrass is a powerhouse of nutrients and also considered as a complete food by many. It contains many essential and non-essential amino acids, vitamin-A, E, K, B Complexes, and minerals like iron, calcium, phosphorus, zinc, copper etc.

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A delicious and quick Homemade Peanut Butter recipe

Peanut or Groundnut are easily found in Indian households. They are a good source of protein and healthy fats. Comparatively lower in carbs and yet higher in overall calories. They are also a good source of vitamin E, Folate, thiamine, and a few other micronutrients. They are usually consumed raw, roasted, boiled or as a part of salads, snacks, gravies.

So this time I decided to try out something new peanut butter.Read More »A delicious and quick Homemade Peanut Butter recipe


A quick and simple Foxtail(Millet)Upma recipe

 Foxtail millets have been used from ancient times in India but I hadn’t heard of it until a while back.

A couple of months back while discussing food and food ingredients the topic had suddenly turned to millets. But the one millet that caught my attention was the foxtail millet. Yes, it was the name that was intriguing.

So just like anyone does the first thing I did a Google search. I wanted to see how foxtail millet looked like.

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