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Bottle gourd is warm-season #fruit vegetable. It is grown throughout India and its fruits are available throughout year. It is one of the best fruit for human being, gifted by nature having composition of all essential #nutrients that are required for normal and good human health
Fruits(Bottle gourd) of the sweet variety contain carbohydrate (2.5%), protein (0.2%), fat (0.1%) (ether extract), fibers (0.6%), mineral matter (0.5%), calcium and phosphorous (<0.01%) and iodine (4.5 μg/kg).
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Want to know what warms the soul of Indian cities in cold weather? Swipe to find out some regional winter-special delicacies that are best enjoyed in #winters >>>
#IndianFood #Seasonal #Special
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Jowar is full of Antioxidant,#fiber & nutrients. It is a gluten free energy boosting #cereal. It is a well known #millet used in #obesity, diabetes etc. It has rich #medicinal values due to its antioxidant phytochemicals.
#health #ayurveda #HealthyFood
The #prebiotic effectiveness of different varieties of inulin was calculated to be in the following order:
bajra > jowar > ragi > commercial inulin.
#health

It's rich in dietary fiber which contributes for better #digestive and cardiovascular health.
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1/8 Unless you are the luckiest man in the world you will find it impossible to get a good kulcha outside of Amritsar.

There is a reason for that. At most restaurants, there is just one tandoor and everything goes into that.
2/8 But you can’t cook a good kulcha in a hot tandoor like you can cook a naan or a tandoori roti. A kulcha needs its own special tandoor kept at a gentle temperature.
3/8 Only in Punjab are there so many restaurants dedicated to kulchas which have tandoors kept at perfect kulcha temperatures. The cook will roll out the dough in layers, smearing each layer with a coating of ghee.
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1/8 More nonsense is written about Pav Bhaji than about any other Mumbai dish. It was not invented as a meal for hungry mill workers. But yes there is a textile connection.
2/8 In the 1950s and the early 1960s, merchants would gather at the Cotton Exchange in the heart of Mumbai to wait for the daily New York cotton figures. Because of the time difference, these would only come in after midnight.
3/8 When the merchants left the Cotton Exchange they would always be famished.

Stalls selling pav bhaji opened near the Exchange to feed them. The dish was vegetarian because the merchants were mostly Gujaratis.
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#foodalert
#jaykekasafar
#अऊर_का_है_जीवन_में
#देसी_मिठाई #desisweets
#indianfood
#IncredibleIndia

एक और.....न न न एक और।
अरे ये लड्डू है भाई लड्डू,जितना खाओ उतना कम।
लेकिन आज हम अपने देश में उन प्रकार के लड्डुओं की बात करेंगे जो सबसे अलग हैं रूप रंग और स्वाद में...

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सबसे पहले "रामदाने के लड्डू" खाते हैं।

इसे राजगीरा, चौलाई याँ रामदाने का लड्डू भी कहा जाता है, भारत के लगभग हर प्रान्त में बड़े चाव से खाया जाता है।
इसे सबसे शुद्ध और सात्विक माना जाता है क्योंकि रामदाना सीधे पेड़ से मिलता है।
व्रत में सबसे बेस्ट आहार माना जाता है

आगे..
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"पिन्नी" 😋😋
पंजाबी पिन्नी का कोई सानी नहीं, इसे खाने वाले सहज ही इसके लिये पागल हो उठते हैं।
आटे, गोंद,ड्राई फ्रूट्स और देसी घी से बनी पिन्नी की खुशबू से आप इसके दीवाने हो उठेंगे।

इसके बारे में तो ये कहा जाता है कि इसे जिसने न खाया उसका जीवन बेकार है,खा भी लीजिये एक बार..
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