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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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    We don’t blink an eyelid when it comes to self-medicating ourselves with OTC medicines and rush to the pharmacist at the slightest sneeze and the smallest rise in temperature. Little do we realise during such panic trips and treatments that most ailments can be taken care of by things tucked right under our nose, in that kitchen cabinet. What’s more, most health issues and lifestyle diseases can not only be treated but also proactively prevented by using just the right thing at the right time, in the right manner. A kitchen is hard to imagine without spices, especially in Asian cuisine. These very spices pack a lot of powerful attributes and miraculous formula for helping us out with a stubborn cold, a rough skin or a stomach chaos. Cloves, for example, are full of a paramount health-enhancing oil – eugenol. Such essential ingredients make them indispensable when it comes to an easy resource of antioxidant, antiseptic qualities. Like turmeric, cloves provide a reliable remedy with their antiseptic powers. Cloves are deservedly called the local anaesthetic, and their anti-inflammatory powers are sought by many for treating specific conditions. They are also highly rubefacient, thus helping intensively with a warming and soothing tendency that is enhanced with some associated benefits of being carminative, anti-mutagenic and anti-flatulent too. They are an easy way of improving digestion, of stimulating secretion of vital digestive enzymes and of controlling flatulence, gastric irritability, dyspepsia, and nausea. Their role in improving digestion and curing minor digestive disorders is highly recognised. Their anti-microbial nature and a strong ability to fight cancer make them a favourite among many spices. They help in preserving bone quality, fortify the immune system and can restrain Diabetes very effectively. No doubt, they are the easy thing to reach out for when one has a headache, a stomach ache or simply needs an energy kick. Mix them in tea or a tasty concoction or whip them with some honey, and you are ready to take on a stress-filled world with confidence. Cinnamon is another great spice within an easy reach. They are effective, anti-microbial and well-endowed when one wants to control blood sugar levels, and fight heart risk issues with formidable power. Their sweet, warm taste, smell, and flavour are very distinct and make them amenable to be used in a variety of formats. They are powerful antioxidants too. It is a bark full of healthy compounds like cinnamaldehyde, cinnamic acid, cinnamate, flavonoids, and antioxidants which make it a potent soldier against diabetes, and immunity related problems. Similarly, a common spice which we know as Black Pepper and use as either corn or ground powder is useful for its antibacterial characteristics. It’s hot and pungent flavour is not only instrumental in its special taste and use for cooking but is also effective in various health areas. It is believed that piperine in black pepper is a crucial component for amplifying its core quality – the ability of the body to absorb a certain amount of a nutrient or supplement. This quality becomes pronounced in the case of nutrients such as vitamins A and C, selenium, beta-carotene where this spice helps actively. With its innate ability to cut down intestinal activity, and thus, in the prevention of the removal of substances from cells while also aiding in better digestion- this spice becomes indispensable. That’s why it is used to cure stomach disorders like colic, bloating, indigestion, flatulence, and constipation. But this very spice also ensures that more and more substances which arrive in the body are retained in active form and with high availability for their core use. So grab that wonder bottle standing right around you and look at your kitchen cabinet in a fresh way before running towards a medical store in confusion. For best results, never forget to consume organic spices.
    Besan Flour
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    Besan/Gram flour is a pulse flour made from ground chickpeas or chana dal and is also known as chickpea flour, garbanzo flour, or besan. It is used in many countries and is a staple ingredient. Some of the benefits of Besan are that it aids in Weight loss, controls diabetes and prevents heart disease, is a great Substitute to wheat, has High Nutritive Value and is also a super effective, inexpensive and highly versatile ingredient and is said to polish the skin to remove dead and dry skin, thus helping reveal a new layer of skin. The Terra Greens Besan is of superior quality and has been tested for traces of pesticide residue and is certified clean; as it's certified under the NPOP and NOP standards of organic certification.
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    Terragreens organic almonds are a tasty and nutritious snack with plenty of health benefits. Loaded with minerals, they are also among the healthiest of tree nuts. Just a handful of nutrient-rich almonds a day helps promote heart health and prevent weight gain, and it may even help fight diseases like diabetes and Alzheimer's. it contains 100 grms