Gandhasaale Fragrant Rice (Raw), 500g
Gandhasaale Fragrant Raw Rice is grown popularly in Wayanad & Karnataka. The delicious fragrance spreads as you cook it. This rice can be used as plain boiled rice and also for variety rices. COOKING INSTRUCTIONS This rice can be cooked in the pressure cooker or the traditional way in an open vessel (closed with a normal lid).
Polished Rice - An unhealthy obsession?
Today's milling processes strip our grains of all its fibre and nutrition, leaving us susceptible to many health disorders. Shifting to unpolished rice might be just the key to a more wholesome diet! Learn more about the benefits of organic unpolished grains - #organic #biobasics #unpolishedrice #healthyeating #cleaneating #nutrition #healthyfood
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The Rice of Remedies
luppai poo samba rice is mildly fragrant, with healing properties. It's very soft to eat and extremely easy on our digestive system. Porridge made with lIluppai Poo Samba is great for people who are paralyzed, effective for joint pains and reduces phlegm in children. It is also known to deal with 'pitha' conditions and alleviate it. It also helps to clear skin problems and gives an immunity boost.
Do we realize how much pain there is in getting Ladyfingers (Vendakkai in Tamil) to our plates? Many of us snap the end to check the tenderness of the vendakkai and then drop it back because it’s not good enough. Harvesting large quantities of vendakkais is painful. The soft hair on the fruit cause allergies for many farmers resulting in painful blisters on the fingers. The farmers wrap strips of cloth around their fingers and some use gloves (which work better, but many find it clumsy).
Ever wondered why Lentils/Dals are such a staple in the Indian diet? Dals are the world’s oldest cultivated legumes. These humble seeds boast plenty of health benefits! Dals are the highest sources of vegetarian protein. Additionally, they are also high in essential vitamins and minerals but low in fat! Dals truly are a superfood, but what makes them even more alluring is that they are one of the most economical and sustainable crops.
The Jack Of All Fruits
Jackfruit season is in full swing here in the western ghats. Jackfruit holds a very special place in the South Indian household. Our summers are tinted golden with the sticky saccharine fruit. From sweet treats like payasams, jams (aka chakka varatti) to savoury snacks like fried jackfruit chips, the versatility of Jackfruit never fails to amaze us. Even the jackfruit seeds are not wasted in our households-The tender, nutty seeds are used to make stir-fries, are deep-fried or even used
Bio Basics Know How – How Jaggery Is Made
Discover how unrefined iron rich jaggery powder containing molasses is made through this short video. It is an ecologically sustainable alternative to refined white sugar. It is available to us today only because of many committed farmers and sugarcane processors who retain their skill of processing it.
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Time To Explore Wheat
In the process of stocking wheat in Bio Basics, we started with organically grown wheat. Lokwan wheat is the most popular wheat in the south as it is considered to be good for rotis. But wheat is not only one variety. My recent travel to a seed conserver farmer in Eastern India conserving 35 varieties of wheat, convinced me that I have a responsibility to popularise different wheat varieties.
Jumpstart your mornings with Millets.
A fun way to add more millets to your diet is adding our poha flakes to your dosa batter or pancake batter for a lovely texture. Dry roasting them with some dry fruits and nuts makes for a healthy homemade museli or you can even substitute it for oats in your porridge or smoothies.