Dana Chambers

Dana Chambers

Healthy diet has become today's necessity. Every person cannot go to a gym or carry regular workouts because of his busy schedule. In such case, one can choose the guide régime from https://www.cellublue.com/fr/product/fit-food-guide/ to eat a healthy diet. This will keep his body healthy and fit.

Anju Sharma

Anju Sharma

Vidushi Sharma (Live at MooShoes, NYC)

Vidushi Sharma reads from "Knowing Ignorance," a part of the DEFIANT DAUGHTERS anthology. Defiant Daughters: 21 Women on Art, Activism, Animals and The Sexual Politics of Meat was edited by Kara Davis and Wendy Lee, with a foreword by Carol J.

Remember Vidushi Sharma?

Emma Zahren-Newman

Emma Zahren-Newman

Bedford 2020 forum tackles the politics of food

CLOSE The halls of Fox Lane High School were teeming with nearly a thousand food activists this weekend. From veteran farmers to community-minded home cooks to entrepreneurial teens, attendees of the Bedford 2020 Food Forum all had one thing in common: they were hungry for ways to get involved in the local food movement.

Look at how awesome Ellen Calves is!!!! She organized this amazing event this weekend that pulled together "nearly a thousand food activists" for a forum on the local food movement!

Rajat

Rajat Yes indeed, local food goes hand in hand with sustainability.

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Anju Sharma

Anju Sharma posted in blog My Experiments ...

Lobia tikki (black eyed beans patties)

Since I had boiled black eyed beans ready, and noone was in a mood to have them, I drained out the water and threw it in the food processor along with powdered oats and chopped onion ginger coriander salt pepper amchur. Taste it, form patties, shallow fry. Healthy and tasty! 

Anju Sharma

Anju Sharma posted in blog My Experiments ...

Puff pastries with spinach filling

Puff pastry sheets are fun to use. Generally I fill them with a potato peas onion mix. This time we used spinach. In a little oil fry lots of garlic and onions and add the spinach. Once done add paneer and some powdered oats to bind. Salt pepper. Fill and fold. Brush with egg white for shine and stick some sesame  seeds or black peppercorn  on top. Bake till done.

Anju Sharma

Anju Sharma posted a photo in blog 'My Experiments ...'

Sooji laddoo

I am lazy and do not plan ahead of time so I end up looking in my pantry to see what ingredients I have and decide the menu accordingly. This Diwali all I could find was sooji and coconut powder so decided to make sooji laddoos. Since I had no recipe of my own I read a few online and then followed these directions. So even though I cannot give credit to one site, or even to myself, as what I follow is more random, I like to note it down here for my own future reference. I first roasted in ghee some badaam (almonds) that had been soaked earlier along with some raisins. Total of about 2-4 tbsp. Set them aside. Dry roasted about a cup of sooji. Added about 2-3 tbsp ghee and roasted again. Added about 1/2-1/3 cups of coconut powder, roasted more, about 1/2 sugar, elaichi powder, nuts, and a few spoons of warm milk. Took off the stove, cooled just a bit, and formed round laddoos. Came out pretty well!
Anju Sharma

Anju Sharma posted in blog My Experiments ...

Baby bok choy

I wish I had remembered to take a picture! Chopped baby bok choy fine throwing out just the very hard part of the base. Olive oil in hot pan, add garlic and ginger chopped fine. Brown it a little. Add chopped bok choy. Add salt, black pepper, few drops of soy sauce, rice vinegar, sesame oil, agave. We loved it. Recipe isn't mine totally- took the idea from somewhere on the net but didn't make elaborate dressing. I dump in what I have. Imagine and improvise. Turned out ok.. actually, good ;)

Emma Zahren-Newman

Emma Zahren-Newman posted a photo in blog 'Emma's Dining H...'

Egg Sandwich

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Finally a dining hall creation! On my dining hall, we have a sandwich station, but as a vegetarian, there aren't many options when it comes to protein. So--- first I went to the breakfast station to get scrambled eggs. At the sandwich bar I got: foccocia bread, cheddar, provolone, tomato, avocado, and chipotle mayo. Then, I melted the cheese and added the eggs. YUM!
Rajat

Rajat Maybe you want to try buck wheat it is very high in protein. Mix it up in salads etc.

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