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    To save your sugar from ants put some cloves in the jar.
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    Eggless sponge cake recipe was in my try list for long time.I had planned to try this cake recipe during Christmas.But i was forced to make it yesterday.I had a packet of fresh cream which was about to expire.I wanted to use it without wasting.When i was thinking of what to do with it,two recipes flashed in my mind. One was methi mutter malai and the other one was cake using fresh cream.I made both and somehow i finished the whole packet on the same day Tongue out.For this cake,i google searched and got this recipe from Parita’s blog.I followed that recipe to the ‘T’ but i followed an easy method to make the cake batter.The result was awesome.The cake came out very soft and spongy.Raksha loved it to the core and she finished all the cake herself in two days.We got only one piece to tasteEye-rolling.
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    Dhokla is a healthy recipe that can be used as a main course or as a snack. It originates from Gujarat. You can make different varieties of dhokla like bread dhokla, khaman dhokla, rava dhokla, etc., I am going to give you the recipe for khaman dhokla. I learnt this recipe from my perima(my mom’s sister). She was residing in Gujarat for a decade. When I went once, she asked me have you tasted salt cake? I wondered!!!! Normally cake itself means sweet. How could it be a salt cake!!! I said I am ready to taste it and she made this recipe in no minutes. Also she taught me the method of making this. Wow!!! It was delicious. Then I made this for my uncle and he loved it a lottt!!!! Now this has become the favourite one for all at home. I am dedicating this to my perima… Thank you for teaching this. Love you perima
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    Ideally use a long handled spatula or spoon while stir-frying food in a wok. You will not burn your hands.
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    Putting 3-4 cloves in the sugar container will keep the ants at bay.
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    While reheating patties, kachori or mathri, place absorbent kitchen paper underneath to prevent them from turning soggy.
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    Telling if an egg is raw or cooked. Spin all the eggs... The raw ones will spin very slowly... the cooked ones will spin very fast...
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    dolface likes this health tip for Diabetes

    A large banana supplies more than 100 calories. It contains a large amount of sugar that can be easily assimilated by the body. This makes it a good source of quick energy and an excellent means to recover from fatigue.
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    dolface likes this health tip for Gum Inflammation

    Cloves are very useful in reducing teeth & gum problems(pain & swelling).
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    dolface likes this health tip for Fatigue

    Banana, has great nutritive value and is a ready source of energy when you are tired and fatigued. Most of us know all about banana but many may not realize how the banana stem is good for health. After the tree has given fruit, the other layers of the stem of the tree is removed and the thick stem is removed and can be consumed in salads; if it is tender or it can be used in the form of vegetable or soup.
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    The use of oats is very suitable in cases of depression, insomnia, and physical or nervous fatigue. A mixture of oats, milk and honey reduces stress in the morning and boosts concentration.
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    A very healthy and nutritious stir fry made with Aloe Vera Aloe Vera is also known as - Gwarpatha, Kwar gandal and Ghrit Kumari. The Aloe Vera plant has many cosmetic and medicinal properties. It is full of antibiotics which will fight off infections. It cures ulcers , prevents constipation, cures bacterial infections inside the stomach, reduces cholesterol, regulates blood sugar, soothens joint inflammation especially arthritis related swelling and much more. I had always heard of Aloe Vera being had in the form of a juice, or the gel being used as an ointment, so I tried making a curry out of it, and I must say I was very surprised on how good the results turned out to be! There are many types of aloe veras available,some are bitter in taste so not advisable to consume,sweet variety of aloevera is dark and bright in colour and have less thorns and have shiny transparent jel inside .use the sweet variety of aloevera to make this curry(taste aloe before making)
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    Super easy, healthy and yummy Beet Salad recipe with homemade dressing. This is really nutritious, low calorie, low fat, raw salad.
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    Tymol seeds(Vamu/Ajwain/Omam) have a tendency getting occupied with small black flies very quickly. Refrigerate them in tight plastic container to avoid this. You can also refrigerate powdered Ajwain.
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    Most of us have eaten these potatoes at so many road side 'Chinese' joints. Here's an easy recipe of how to make these at home.
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    to peel off the skin of small onions easily, keep the onions in fridge for some time
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