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Sahlep: a Wonderful Turkish Winter Beverage: December '14 Sahlep: a Wonderful Turkish Winter Beverage: December '14 By A Seasonal Cook in Turkey 12/05/14 15:07 I originally wrote this post in the winter of 2011. That's quite some time ago so I thought I'd give it a little airing as it's one of my favourites. Not that it's been resting unnoticed as it's had more than 7000 pageviews in the interim. It's winter time...
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Beverages made using paneer whey | Nutritious Whey drinks Beverages made using paneer whey | Nutritious Whey drinks By SpiceuptheCurry 07/30/14 21:46 Preparation: 15 min Whenever we make homemade paneer, we always get plenty of greenish or whitish whey. For those who are […]
Indian Summer Beverage Inspirations: Lassi and Coolers Indian Summer Beverage Inspirations: Lassi and Coolers By Peri's Spice Ladle 07/04/14 15:00 Glass in hand and sunglasses perched on the bridge of your nose, that’s the best way to celebrate a lazy summer day; hopefully there’s warm sea breeze and a cool sandy beach somewhere in the mix. In keeping with this season’s light and airy feeling, today’s...
Of summer beverages and skipping steps Of summer beverages and skipping steps By Pinch of Salt 05/11/14 17:33 Summer is here and how! Every day I feel like I'm going to evaporate in this heat. Sigh. As a result, the curd gets set faster, we're eating more of all the light food and the fruits, oh my God, what do I tell you? With all that yummy variety available...
Juices, Beverages Recipes Juices, Beverages Recipes By Pepper Bowl 05/08/14 01:51 Fruits have high amount of anti oxidant and beneficial enzymes. Making fruit juice at home is always an economical idea rather than buying fancy fruit juices which are available in the stores. Store bought fruits juices may be loaded with preservatives...
Juices, Beverages Recipes Juices, Beverages Recipes By PepperBowl 05/08/14 01:46 Fruits have high amount of anti oxidant and beneficial enzymes. Making fruit juice at home is always an economical idea rather than buying fancy fruit juices which are available in the stores. Store bought fruits juices may be loaded with preservatives...
Strawberry Kiwi Smoothie Recipe | Summer beverage recipes Strawberry Kiwi Smoothie Recipe | Summer beverage recipes By SpiceuptheCurry 04/18/14 23:06 Preparation: 10 min Strawberry Kiwi Smoothie is very nutritious. As you know, strawberry and kiwi are high in vitamin C. And addition of orange or Clementine makes it even healthier. This smoothie requires only 5 ingredients – strawberry, kiwi, orange, yogurt and honey. Of...
Tropical Smoothie Tropical Smoothie By Lovefoodies 03/26/14 09:50 Let's go tropical friends and make a real easy Tropical Smoothie. Easy peasy and fantastic flavours too! Recipe here smoothie, beverage, breakfast, tropical, pineapple, banana
How to make tea- With jaggery -Gud ki chai-  hot beverages recipes How to make tea- With jaggery -Gud ki chai- hot beverages recipes By Creative Saga 10/03/13 12:09 Todays recipe is not a big deal , but definitely worth a post for tea lovers.I dont call myself a tea lover and have umpteen cups of tea each day. But I do begin my...
New Study Says Mediterranean-Style Diet Can Save You Money, Study Finds Posted on April 16, 2013  i already knew that eating like a Greek may be good for your health. But, if done right, it could save you money, too. a new study i read about found that eating a plant-based, Mediterranean-style  diet costs less than buying specially made diet foods or lean cuts of meat. Photo courtesy of Wikimedia CommonsIn fact, the study’s participants slashed their food bills by more than 50  percent.  That’s especially good news for low-income people who lack easy access to nutritional foods. The study was published in the March issue of the Journal of Hunger & Environmental Nutrition. It’s based on  dietitian  Mary Flynn’s research into a plant-based diet she developed that emphasizes cooking with olive oil and follows a Mediterranean diet pattern.  The study comes on the heels of new research suggesting a  Mediterranean diet – particularly one rich with extra virgin olive oil and nuts – lowers the risk of stroke and other heart problems by 30 percent among high-risk individuals.  Researchers from The Miriam Hospital, in Providence, r.i., teamed with the Rhode Island Community Food Bank to create a Mediterranean-style diet using foods available at the food bank, including olive oil, vegetables, fruits, and whole grains.  “i had a number of people – mainly women from my breast cancer weight loss study – say how inexpensive a Mediterranean-style diet was, so i approached the food bank about designing a study using food pantry items for the recipes,” Flynn, the study’s lead author and a research dietitian at The Miriam Hospital, said. (Click here to see a news release about the study.)  She noted that meat, poultry and seafood are the priciest items in a household’s food budget, especially the recommended lower-fat versions. Typical low-income homes spend grocery money on these items first, allocating far less to vegetables and fruits. But Flynn said a healthy diet can be very economical if you change the focus to eliminating foods not needed to improve health – like meat, snacks, desserts and carbonated beverages.  Flynn recruited 83 clients from emergency food pantries and low-income housing sites for the 34-week study; 63 completed the program. The participants attended six weeks of cooking classes, where instructors prepared quick and easy plant-based recipes that used ingredients like olive oil, whole grain pasta, brown rice, fruits and vegetables.  After class, they received a bag of groceries with most of the ingredients to make three of the provided recipes for their family. The participants were then tracked for six months after the cooking program ended.  Grocery receipts were collected throughout the study and researchers observed significant drops in purchases of meat, carbonated beverages, desserts and snacks. At the same time, there was a rise in the number of different vegetables and fruits consumed each month.  “Not only did study participants cut their food spending by more than half, saving nearly $40 per week, we also found that the reliance on a food pantry decreased as well, from 68 percent at the start of the study to 54 percent, demonstrating a clear decline in food insecurity,” Flynn said.  Following a plant-based diet also produced some unexpected health benefits, according to Flynn. About half the participants lost weight, which was not a study objective, and there was an overall drop in body mass index, or bmi.  “Our results also suggest that including a few plant-based meals per week is an attainable goal that will not only improve their health and diet, but also lower their food costs,” Flynn said.  California Olive Ranch Master Miller Bob Singletary   Eat Cheap, Go Greek New Study Says Mediterranean-Style Diet Can Save You Money, Study Finds Posted on April 16, 2013 i already knew that eating like a Greek may be good for your health. But, if done right, it could save you money, too. a new study i read about found that eating a plant-based, Mediterranean-style diet costs less than buying specially made diet foods or lean cuts of meat. Photo courtesy of Wikimedia CommonsIn fact, the study’s participants slashed their food bills by more than 50 percent. That’s especially good news for low-income people who lack easy access to nutritional foods. The study was published in the March issue of the Journal of Hunger & Environmental Nutrition. It’s based on dietitian Mary Flynn’s research into a plant-based diet she developed that emphasizes cooking with olive oil and follows a Mediterranean diet pattern. The study comes on the heels of new research suggesting a Mediterranean diet – particularly one rich with extra virgin olive oil and nuts – lowers the risk of stroke and other heart problems by 30 percent among high-risk individuals. Researchers from The Miriam Hospital, in Providence, r.i., teamed with the Rhode Island Community Food Bank to create a Mediterranean-style diet using foods available at the food bank, including olive oil, vegetables, fruits, and whole grains. “i had a number of people – mainly women from my breast cancer weight loss study – say how inexpensive a Mediterranean-style diet was, so i approached the food bank about designing a study using food pantry items for the recipes,” Flynn, the study’s lead author and a research dietitian at The Miriam Hospital, said. (Click here to see a news release about the study.) She noted that meat, poultry and seafood are the priciest items in a household’s food budget, especially the recommended lower-fat versions. Typical low-income homes spend grocery money on these items first, allocating far less to vegetables and fruits. But Flynn said a healthy diet can be very economical if you change the focus to eliminating foods not needed to improve health – like meat, snacks, desserts and carbonated beverages. Flynn recruited 83 clients from emergency food pantries and low-income housing sites for the 34-week study; 63 completed the program. The participants attended six weeks of cooking classes, where instructors prepared quick and easy plant-based recipes that used ingredients like olive oil, whole grain pasta, brown rice, fruits and vegetables. After class, they received a bag of groceries with most of the ingredients to make three of the provided recipes for their family. The participants were then tracked for six months after the cooking program ended. Grocery receipts were collected throughout the study and researchers observed significant drops in purchases of meat, carbonated beverages, desserts and snacks. At the same time, there was a rise in the number of different vegetables and fruits consumed each month. “Not only did study participants cut their food spending by more than half, saving nearly $40 per week, we also found that the reliance on a food pantry decreased as well, from 68 percent at the start of the study to 54 percent, demonstrating a clear decline in food insecurity,” Flynn said. Following a plant-based diet also produced some unexpected health benefits, according to Flynn. About half the participants lost weight, which was not a study objective, and there was an overall drop in body mass index, or bmi. “Our results also suggest that including a few plant-based meals per week is an attainable goal that will not only improve their health and diet, but also lower their food costs,” Flynn said. California Olive Ranch Master Miller Bob Singletary Eat Cheap, Go Greek By Olive Oil Chic 04/17/13 21:13 Olive oil... I already knew that eating like a Greek may be good for your health. But, if done right, it could save you money, too. A new study I read about found that eating a plant-based, Mediterranean-style diet costs less than buying specially made...
Papaya coconut smoothie If a beverage Papaya coconut smoothie If a beverage By anjalisfoodkaleidoscope 04/12/13 15:59 Papaya coconut smoothie If a beverage can make us blissful then this smoothie is one of them. A simple blend of papaya and my all time favourite coconut milk with some sugar and ice is absolutely delicious and really really uplifts the mood if at all one...

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