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Positively Pranic: Sautéed Cabbage with Coconut

Cabbage is one of those vegetables that some people just can't stomach, particularly because of its smell when it's cooked. However, including cabbage into your diet has many benefits: Like its relatives broccoli, cauliflower, brussels sprouts and kale, cabbage is packed with vitamin C, vitamin K, and fiber that helps in digestion, and which has… Continue reading Positively Pranic: Sautéed Cabbage with Coconut

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Roasted Vegetable Salad with Creamy Leek and Dill Dressing

Over the last couple of years, Buzzfeed has been doing a great job in making cooking easier and more accessible for those too afraid to try, thanks to their Tasty videos. When these videos first came out, I would only salivate over them and watch enviously, without bothering to try them out myself because I figured… Continue reading Roasted Vegetable Salad with Creamy Leek and Dill Dressing

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Springing into the season with watercress

Now that I'm in a culinary craze, I'm finally taking on the few cookbooks I own, the online recipes I've Pinned, the Tasty videos I've saved, and even attempted traditional South Indian recipes passed on from my family. With this abundance of recipes I had to start somewhere, so I've been trying to recommit to my… Continue reading Springing into the season with watercress

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How to Curb Pasta Cravings While Cutting the Carbs

Growing up as a vegetarian, carbs, lentils and legumes were the main way for me to feel satisfied with a meal. I ate a lot of vegetables, but in our Indian food, which is heavily rice-based, rice and lentils were the main fillers. I also grew up loving pasta in other types of cuisine, and… Continue reading How to Curb Pasta Cravings While Cutting the Carbs