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Infinity Platter: Aashritha Explores The World Through Food 

Food is the great unifier that connects us across cultures and generations. Food is one of the most common grounds that people can easily connect to. We all have had those moments when we smelled some food that reminded us of our childhood, bringing a series of nostalgic moments, or we have also recreated a dish that we had in a different place or from a different culture that immediately brought us back to that place. Food can quite literally propel you to another time, another country, another culture without even leaving your dining table.

Veganism: A hype of reality?
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Veganism: A Hype Or A Reality?

There is a prominent misconception that plant-based proteins are lacking in protein content. However, this is not so. There are a lot of plant sources that act as pretty good protein sources and also have amazing health benefits. Firstly let us understand what a protein is and how is it absorbed in our body. Protein is an essential component of the human body and is present in almost every part of the body, be it your muscles, hair, organs, enzymes, and even hormones. The body utilizes proteins to repair, build muscles, and synthesize hormones and enzymes.

Sweet Almond Oil
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Sweet Almond Oil: Composition and Benefits on Skin

Almond, widely known as the king of nuts, is as tasty as it is healthy. We use almonds as a healthy ingredient in many savory dishes, but do you know its oil is one of the main bases of many cosmetic products. Almond Oil has two types: Sweet Almond Oil and Bitter Almond Oil. The Sweet almond oil is used for cosmetic purposes, as when processed the Bitter almond oil produces a harmful component. In this post, we will talk about Sweet almond oil, and its benefits when applied to the skin.

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What Is “Foodstagram”, And Why Is It Trending?

Food photography is an essential part of the food industry and has become a movement in itself in just a few years. Food photography has come a long way. From being a professional food photographer to foodies who enjoy clicking what they are consuming, food photography and foodies sure have a fine line between them. Instagrammers and photographers alike are taking a proud claim to the official label of ‘foodie’.

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15 Affirmations That Empower Your Relationship With Food

“An affirmation is anything you say or think. A lot of what we normally say and think is quite negative and doesn’t create good experiences for us. We have to retrain our thinking and speaking into positive patterns if we want to change our lives.” – Louise Hay. The power of positive thinking and incorporating positive affirmations in your life can change the way you view situations, be it with relationships, career, or health Goals. It’s amazing to see how fast this practice is growing and gaining momentum.

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Food Photography Trends In The Era Of Social Media

The digital world we live in has changed the trajectory of many things and food photography is no exception. With the increased capabilities provided by the technologies, like smart devices, our culture has now shifted to capture and share the foods we eat at a nonstop pace. Food photography has been around since the 1840s, but the recent surge of interest in food photography over the past few years has created a frenzy, especially by the photo and video sharing apps like Instagram, and Snapchat.

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NATURAL SUGARS VS. ARTIFICIAL SWEETENERS

Is sugar a dietary weakness for you? Many people crave it and have a sweet tooth, but even though you don’t, it is very hard to exclude sugar from our daily food intake! It is present in almost everything, from desserts, homemade preparations, festivity recipes, to almost every processed food item.

brown rice vs white rice
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Brown Rice Vs White Rice? Which One Is More Nutritious?

‘A meal without rice is not a meal’, is a perfect Japanese saying on the food which is consumed by more than half of the world. But there are two types of rice, brown and white. I guess, human beings are racist and they even judge rice based on its color!! (Just joking though). Everybody nowadays is touting the health benefits of brown rice over its white counterpart. But is it actually better? Why does everyone keep on recommending brown rice? Let us find out!

Ready to cook kits
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All The Good and Bad Things About Ready To Cook Kits

After a long and tiring day of work; heading straight towards the kitchen to prepare dinner is indeed a hectic task. There is definitely the option of eating out at a restaurant or ordering some food at home, but doing it every day is neither economical nor is good for one’s health. This is where ready to cook kits come into the picture! They promise a new type of experience for people: home-cooked meals without the hassle.

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Aspiring Home Chefs – Apps That Will Help You Grow

Have you been the one who can whip out the most awesome recipes out of nowhere on the weekends? The cookies you made disappear in seconds like you never made them in the first place? Does your cooking leave people rejoicing hallelujah? Well well well, we sense a cook inside you!

Chicken curry recipes
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Some All-Time Best Chicken Curry Recipes

There are many lip-smacking options for you to go all out and indulge from a host of chicken curries like the classic butter chicken to regional ones like chicken Chettinad or chicken 65. The list is endless, and we are not at all complaining. But to pick some of the all-time best chicken recipes is tough, especially when Indian chicken dishes offer a great host of recipes. If you are literally drooling and are not sure if you want to order from restaurants, because of YOU-KNOW-WHO, we’ve got you covered with some of the all-time best chicken recipes.

Zucchini Salad
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Salad Recipes: How To Master Making Zucchini Salads!

It would be true to say that Zucchini is probably summer’s most underappreciated and underused vegetable (well, technically it’s a fruit). Zucchinis are nutritious, cheap, and abundant in all good qualities. They are firm enough to stand up to all cooking methods, tender enough to eat raw, easy to cook, and amenable to all kinds of flavors. Major bonus: Zucchinis maintain firmness and freshness longer than any of the more beloved summer vegetables.

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