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Culinary experiments, CPI and substitution bias

Aiding the substitution bias Though this posting is about a culinary experiment, it will be useful to explore some terms connected with economics, to put this culinary experiment into the context of economics, or more aptly, home economics.  Every month,

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Cancer prevention through diet

 Prevention is better than cure Some of you might be familiar with a different version of the heading as, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”  Whichever version you prefer, most people will opt for “prevention” rather

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Culinary experiments with your friend Nigella sativa

Black cumin or Nigella sativa If I said that I can give you a substance which is, diuretic, antihypertensive, antidiabetic, anticancer, immunomodulatory, analgesic, antimicrobial, anthelmintics, analgesics, anti-inflammatory, spasmolytic, bronchodilator, gastroprotective, hepatoprotective, renal protective and also has antioxidant properties, you will

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The ebook This blog is associated with the ebook, A Short Course in Culinary Experiments: Vegetarian Indian Cuisine for Innovative Non-Experts  Presently, this ebook is available in the Amazon Kindle store. Please click on the book cover below, to reach the

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A culinary nudge – cranberry & yellow lentils

Cranberry with yellow lentils – a nudge  In A Short Course in Culinary Experiments, a basic procedure was described to prepare a liquid curry (or soup) with yellow lentils (toor dal). In addition to the basic method L3, a number

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Culinary experiments with cranberry & bitter melon

Culinary experiments with cranberry & bitter melon – an unlikely combination In Indian Auyervedic medicine, bitter melon (bitter gourd) is highly valued for its medicinal properties.  Auyervedic doctors routinely suggest to diabetic and pre-diabetic patients to include as much bitter

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Preface to the eBook – A Short Course in Culinary Experiments

Preface This e-book, A Short Course in Culinary Experiments: Vegetarian Indian Cuisine for Innovative Non-Experts, is a replica of the printed edition of the same title, published in 2007.  The theme and main contents are unaltered from the print edition. 

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