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I like making low oil paratha and spreading strawberry jam on top as a health substitute for a donut. Actually, I sometimes take a bite out of the center and call it an Indian donut. Rolling out the dough takes a little practice but you get good at it fast, the first one you fry may just be a taste tester.


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I would not recommend eating raw potato. The problems of doing so are discussed in this question. One answer does state that juicing raw potato would reduce the problem of high resistant starch content, but I don't think raw potato juice would satisfy the "enjoyable" requirement, despite the obvious subjectivity there... For better digestion, you ...


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Pulao (or Pulav) and Pea curry. This is a popular dish in many residential schools. However, there they fry the cooked rice. You might want to make proper Pulao. To the best of my knowledge this combination will provide the full range of Amino acids. According to vegan strongman Patrik Baboumian, to get full range of Amino acids you need one cereal and one ...


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The effect of cooking and soaking on vitamin/mineral content of foods In general, boiling decreases the amount of vitamins and minerals much more than soaking. Boiling can reduce the vitamin content of a food by 25-70%, but this can greatly depend on a food (NutritionData). I haven't found data for oil seeds, but according to USDA Table of Nutrient ...


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I drench my boiled cobs in extra virgin olive oil then sprinkle with salt flakes and freshly ground pepper. I’ve done this for years, I find it very tasty yet not too fancy.


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I am now making curd from a mixture of cashews and almonds. As a starter, I use broken wheat (daliya). Starter Sterilize a jar by boiling it and let it cool down (optional step) Place 1/2 cup of water in the jar with 1 tbsp broken wheat and 1 tsp jaggery or sugar Leave the jar partially covered for 12-48 hours (depending on the climate), until the water ...


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You can make bread with tofu whey or water substitute for other baked goods. You can also use as soup stock for example? Miso soup or Korean biji jjigae (tofu byproduct, aka okara soup. Or even water your plants 🌱;-)


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