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    Mango TOMATO GONGURA Pickle
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    Reminiscing about the good ole days of summers and grandmas is never complete without a throwback to the passionate pickling that was the highlight of the season. Our mothers might have been busily cracking the whip about impending class final exams, but grandmas got cracking with the pre-pickling frenzy that the mango season brought with it. What’s life without spice? What’s an Indian meal without the Indian pickle? The history of the pickle may not be traceable to the Ramayana or the Mahabharata, but it is no less a symbol of India than the Himalayas or the Taj Mahal and definitely of greater importance to the avid pickle fans of our teeming population. Oil is the medium of pickling in India: mustard oil (sarson ka tel) in the North and gingelly or sesame (til) in the South. The other preservative is salt. Various combinations and proportions of spice powders like chilli, jeera/cumin, rai/ mustard, methi/fenugreek, etc. add chutzpah to the pickles. In the beginning, pickling was just a way to preserve foods. Over time and through centuries of culinary experimentation, pickling has reached the proportions of a fine art. My grandma was a truly prolific artiste who could make a mouth-watering pickle out of anything in the vegetable kingdom. Her three most fabulous concoctions, however, were the time honoured greats of South India –Mango, Tomato and Gongura pickles. In these days of fast food and faster food fads, surprisingly these three greats still hold on to their prideful place at any Indian meal. Why? Pickles add piquancy to the table Why do we eat? It’s because we like the taste. This is the precise reason that hot steaming rice and a liberal dose of a mango or tomato pickle or the more specialised gongura, mixed to perfection with an optional dollop of ghee is what culinary dreams are made of! A good substitute for blanks in a menu Just think of how many times the Indian pickle has come to your rescue: Pressed for time to cook on a busy working morning: pack that tiffin with mango pickle and rice! Unexpected guests and a dish needs to be stretched: gongura pickle will do the trick! Breakfast time and nothing to go with the dosas or alu parathas: bring out the tomato pickle! Bad mouth day recovering from the ’flu: any pickle to get the taste buds flowering! Dry and arid, cold and bare When the climate of a region is inhospitable to growing vegetables throughout the year, pickling is a good way to add vegetables to the menu. Each region has its local specialties, but mango and tomato pickles are omnipresent on any Indian menu. The BIG Three are Vitamin C Tomato, gongura and mango pickles are sour. These are immensely rich in Vitamin C which is essential to diets but cannot be synthesised by human bodies. You have to eat it to get it. Vitamin C is necessary for synthesising collagen, a part of connective tissue which plays a vital role in healing wounds. Vitamin C is also an antioxidant and regenerates other antioxidants in the body. It is important for immunity and preventing diseases like scurvy. Tomatoes and Lycopene Tomatoes, in particular, are rich in the antioxidant, lycopene which promotes bone health. They are also 33% Vitamin C! The phytonutrients in tomatoes benefit heart health. Where do you think all these go when you pickle tomatoes? They are right there, bottled and waiting. Gongura, the iron-pickle This green leaf is rich in iron. Some strains of gongura are so sour that they are difficult to eat. But pickling gives the right balance and also gets rid of the slightly metallic taste that gongura otherwise has when used in other ways. So, get your daily dose of iron so essential for a healthy blood from your pickle. Nutrient rich raw mangoes Raw mangoes, the supreme pickling choice of peninsular India, are rich in Vitamins A, C, D, K, B12 and B6, thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, and folate. Fibre- rich Vegetables and fruits like tomatoes and mangoes, green leafy vegetables like gongura are rich in fibre. We have read time and again how fibre is essential for digestion as well as for preventing metabolic diseases like diabetes. Pickling retains nutrients Fibre and vitamins in vegetables are retained on pickling. All the benefits that you get from the raw ingredients are present in their pickled incarnations too. This is probably why pickles were invented and made in the first place: to make the best of seasonal vegetables which are not available throughout the year. Is pickling a lost art in India? Making pickles is time-consuming. Today’+s pace of life and work leaves little leisure for the complicated process of buying the raw ingredients and making the pickle. Space is also a constraint. People in busy and congested cities and towns do not have the luxury of space. You cannot ‘spread’ yourself out to go through the pickling process. Pickling is also extremely messy. Cleaning up afterward without a set of helping hands is a lot of work. The good news is that there is no need to give up your nice-spice quotient at all! Choose the pickles from the expert makers. The ingredients are pure, and ORGANIC: untouched by chemicals and synthetic preservatives. The best oil ensures that they don’t get rancid. Time-tested recipes give a perfectly balanced taste: not too sour, not too spicy, not too salty. Just Right! So the next time you want to enjoy pickle like your grandma made or impress guests with authentic Indian expertise, just pick up a bottle of gongura, mango or tomato pickle, and you’re good to go!
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    Nature’s bounty has abundant incredible simple things which work wonders, and rock salt is one amongst them. It is also known as Halite, as per the mineral terminology. Rock salt, often mistaken for black salt, is the purest unprocessed form of salt. The salt, which is also known as Sendha Namak, holds 84 of the 92 trace elements necessary for human bodies. The main requisites like potassium, calcium, iron, zinc, copper, magnesium are high in Rock salts. The formation of the salt in itself is a miraculous science. It is a highly ranked crystalline salt made by evaporation of salty water. These salts can be found in dry lake beds, enclosed bays, and inland marginal areas. In India, it can be found in the Himalayan region, where it is known as Himalayan crystal salt. Unlike table salt, It does not contain high levels of sodium chloride. Which is why it is majorly used during fasts across the northern India for its ability to restore the electrolytes and keeps pH balance in tact. While the table salt is iodized, Rock salt doesn’t go through chemical processes and is granular with big chunks generally colourless or purplish to pink in color depending on the water being evaporated. Easily available at numerous drug stores, supermarts, and pharmacies, Rock salt comes in powder, liquid and a capsule form. Here are the benefits of Rock salt 1. Boosts metabolism: These tiny salty chunks can boost metabolism leading to the improvised functioning of your body. It also works towards better absorption of water in the body and aids digestion. Due to its absorption ability, it can easily absorb minerals and nutrients. Experts say that cell function in the human body and even communication is possible only when adequate salt is present in the body. However, it is important that the consumption is moderate as the excess of salt can produce side effects. 2. Promotes good sleep: Are you having trouble sleeping, are you getting restless trying to sleep? Rock salt will help you with the good night sleep as it regulates melatonin levels, keeping our sleep cycle in the better state. 3. Helps in weight loss: the best thing about this salt is that it activates insulin in the body leading to fewer cravings for sugar. Hence, promoting weight loss. 4. Treats throat problems: Whether you have sinus, respiratory problem, tonsils, or a sore throat, Rock salt is a treatment for all. Gargling with warm water infused with a pinch or two of Rock salt helps for the long run. 5. Acts as natural air purifier: By pulling water vapor from the air, Rock salt crystals reduce the pathogens and allergens, other airborne irritants from the air. Just adding a salt lamp to the bedside table or your work desk will do it. 6. Natural skin cleanser: It is a great and easily available substance to get rid of clogged pores. It also pulls away from the toxins. Just mixing a tbsp of rock salt to your routine cleansing face wash can do the trick. 7. Happy and healthy hairs: Rock salt is known to remove the dirt from hairs without letting you loose natural oils. Simply mix it with your regular shampoo and rinse with cold water. 8. Keeps BP in control: For those suffering from hyper tensions, rock salt is the best substitute of table salt. It strikes a balance between high and low blood pressure. 9. Can give you at home spa experience: Are the costly spas burning holes in your pocket? Experience the relaxing spa at your home by adding rock salt to your bath to relax your muscles. To get that glow to your skin you can also make a scrub out of it by mixing rock salt with lemon or honey. 10. Digestive and laxative benefits: Rock salt helps fight digestive disorders and eliminates acidity. It also provides relief from influenza and reduces vomiting sensations