Fresh food preparation is usually a challenge when time is short and you have hungry twins hanging on to your leg. And now more so as everyone is home due to lock down. I have even lesser time in kitchen than earlier as girls are pulling me in different directions seeking attention. However, I am… Continue reading Meal Planning for Toddlers
Soya bean Flatbreads
Dough for Bread: • 1 cup whole wheat flour • 1/2 tsp salt • 1-2 Tbsp oil (canola oil or vegetable oil) Preparation for the dough: 1. Mix the ingredients together in a bowl; add water as needed to make firm dough. Grease your palm and Knead the dough for a minute on a lightly greased surface to make it… Continue reading Soya bean Flatbreads
Soya bean, where have you been?
When it comes to what could be the best vegetarian candidate for high protein intake without much quantity, for me, soya beans wins hands down. For those who don't know what soya bean is, it is a type of legume, native to eastern Asia. Very common and an undiscovered treasure house for protein. Just to… Continue reading Soya bean, where have you been?
What does food mean to you?
Each pregnancy is unique and beautiful in its own way. And therefore, the word “food” sends different signals for different people during this special phase. You’ll find plethora of advice online on pregnancy and nutrition. Combine this with the constant barrage of conflicting dietary advice, will often leave you thinking to eat or not to… Continue reading What does food mean to you?
The Protein Madness
As a general rule, a good healthy eating habit will suffice you through your pregnancy, of course, if you don’t have serious medical conditions. However, things can become complicated when pregnant with multiples. Babies compete for nutrients. So, it is extremely important one eats enough to give babies a chance! One of the major risks… Continue reading The Protein Madness