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Bajra Flour – Powdered Nutrition
Rajasthan – A place strongly rooted in its culture is known for its beautiful turbans, elegant saris, melodious music, and the food. There is a wide range of interesting and delectable dishes in Rajasthan – from gatte ki sabzi to ker sangri, and from bajra khichdi to bajra roti with lasun chutney. Bajra is a hardy crop that is grown in high temperatures and low soil fertility. Which is why it is grown in abundance in Rajasthan. Bajra is actually considered to be seed, and not a grain. Bajra has various health benefits, and nutrition.
Jaggery or Brown Sugar? Which one should you pick?
Brown Sugar and jaggery are both said to be healthier when compared to white sugar, but which one among the two is healthier? The answer to that question might not be that straightforward, while both have a similar taste and colour, certain properties make each of them special in their own way. In this article we will highlight the differences between these two sweeteners, and you can choose which one suits you best.
5 food items that are bad for your health.
Here’s a fun fact for you – not everything that tastes good is good for you. Yes, that’s right, we often indulge in unhealthy food without even realising we are doing so. Avoiding certain foods can help you lead a healthy life. Here are the 5 foods that you must try to avoid at all costs.
Often, we come across this question – what is organic food and why is it better than regular food? The answer is simple, the term ‘organic’ refers to the way the food is produced. Organic means lesser or no use of chemicals, no preservatives, no artificial flavour or fertilizers, etc. In order for food to be labelled as organic, they must be free of chemicals and additives.
Ragi – A superfood for diabetics.
Ragi or in other words Finger Millets from ancient times, is a food of choice for millions of Indians. From ragi mudde (ragi balls) in Karnataka, to bhakri in Maharashtra, or even the contemporary ragi biscuits consumed in various places across India, finger millet is consumed in many forms. What’s great about ragi is that it has a distinct taste and is loaded with nutrients.