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Culinary Experiments That Helped Me Lose Weight – Cabbage

The humble cabbage is a treasure trove of health. In her article on Cabbage , Kami McBride who  has taught herbal medicine since 1988 wrote that ,”From an ayurvedic  perspective  the  cabbage is a calming and grounding food” .She also

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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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Culinary experiments with cranberry

Culinary experiments with cranberry Cranberry is not in the list of ingredients in A Short Course in Culinary Experiments.  At the time of writing the book, I did not think that cranberry could be used in Indian cuisine.  Those familiar

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