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Chaya

 
Chaya

quoteleft Chaya is a good source of protein, vitamins, antioxidants, calcium, and iron and it’s leaves have a possible antidiabetic effect. quoteright

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Keeping Paneer Fresh

Wrap paneer (cottage cheese) in a mul mul cloth adding a few drops of vinegar to it. This will keep the paneer fresh for a longer time.

Green Eating
Tips for Greening up Your Plate

Check out the prewashed department. In addition to prewashed lettuce and other variations (the darker the green, the better), grocery stores now carry prewashed broccoli florets and cut-up celery. Who says crudités are just for parties? Toss some ranch dressing in your lunch box, along with prewashed veggie chunks, and it's a perfect desk nibble or snack. Don't forget the fresh herbs next door to the prewashed greens. Make pesto (mashed olive oil, garlic, and basil leaves) and spread on crusty bread and pop under the broiler. Toss some fresh tarragon on asparagus, drizzle with extra virgin olive oil, and roast at 400 degrees for 15 minutes. When you finish eating, banish that garlic mouth by eating your parsley garnish. Parsley is surprisingly full of nutrients.

Scientist Conclusion

Once there was a scientist who studied frogs. One day, the scientist put the frog on the ground and told it to jump. The frog jumped four feet. So the scientist wrote in his notebook, "Frog with four feet, jumps four feet."So the scientist cut off one of the frogs leg. The scientist told the frog to jump. Frog jumped three feet. So the scientist wrote in his note book, "Frog with three feet, jumps three feet." So the scientist cut of another leg. He told the frog to jump. The frog jumped two feet. So the scientist wrote in his notebook "Frog with two feet, jumps two feet." The scientist cut off one more leg. He told the frog to jump. Frog jumped one foot. So the scientist wrote in his notebook, "Frog with one foot, jumps one foot." So the scientist cut off his last leg. "He said, "Frog jump. Frog jump. FROG JUMP!" So the scientist wrote in his notebook, "Frog with no feet, goes deaf."



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