Make Guilty-free Desserts at Home

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August, 6th

In a country renowned for a majority of its populace having a sweet tooth imagining a meal without a desert is akin to performing hara-kiri!  But what do diabetics do? Well there’s some good news for this segment – Type 2 Diabetics do not need to completely sacrifice their sweet intake – they need to be selective and limit their portions and the frequency too. Binge-eating is an emphatic no-no! The trick here lies in moderation and balance say cutting back on carbs during the meal to leave room for deserts.

Foodism Team

10 minutes read

Food Styling Techniques

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August, 5th

There are many things that come together to create good food photography: your photography skills, good use of light, some cooking knowledge…the list goes on. But one of the most important skills is one that is often overlooked: your food styling skills. Here are the styling techniques to keep in mind:

Foodism Team

6 minutes read

Satisfy Your Midnight Cravings!

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August, 1st

With a lot of office work being carried home, late nights at the laptop are a regular feature for many. So what does one do if post-completion of that nerve-wracking project report one feels hungry?

Foodism Team

7 minutes read

Foods to Enjoy in Monsoon Season

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July, 28th

Each season brings with it a list of delicacies which are innate to it. The rainy season too has a list of piping hot, spicy and fried items which are an integral part of the monsoon menu There’s a deep connect between hot (both in terms of temperature and in terms of spiciness) food and wet rains. Primarily when the temperature falls, as it’s prone to fall after frequent spells of rains, the body craves for warmth and hence spontaneously reaches out for hot food like say soups or fried items. Secondly the monsoons are a time when nostalgia hits and the gloominess in the environment drags us down. In order to snap out of these dark sentiments one turns to the perennial comforter – food - and the spicier it is the quicker we get a mood lift! Scientists claim that the tryptophan in fried, fatty foods is deployed by the human brain to generate serotonin- the feel-good-happy hormone.

Foodism Team

10 minutes read

Must-try Sweets for Rakhi 2022

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July, 27th

An everlasting friendship, a bond that only grows stronger or a headache that never leaves you alone, siblings can be a lot to take. We may bully, irritate and occasionally dislike our siblings, but on Rakhi - Sab Maaf Hai! Shoving all rivalries aside, we go to great lengths to make each other feel special on this day. And what better way to make someone feel special than bonding over food?

Foodism Team

8 minutes read

5 Food items that help lower cholesterol

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July, 25th

Have you ever had those days where you get scared about your health? It is entirely normal! Health can become tricky sometimes, it’s hard to understand what will affect you in what way. One of the most common concerns when it comes to health is Cholesterol, But is cholesterol? Cholesterol is a waxy substance. It’s not inherently “bad.” Your body needs it to build cells and make vitamins and other hormones. But too much cholesterol can pose a problem.

Foodism Team

10 minutes read

5 Must-Try Janmashtami Foods

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July, 23rd

India’s diversity has been celebrity across the world with the same vigour as it is celebrated in India. Particularly, Indian festivals have brought people together for a long time. One of the most popular festivals is Janmashtami. Krishna Janmashtami or Gokulashtami is an annual festival that celebrates the birth of Krishna- the eighth avatar of Vishnu. The annual date is decided in accordance with the Hindu lunisolar calendar. The festival is held in very high regard in Vaishnavism and Hinduism.

Foodism Team

8 minutes read

Best Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe

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July, 22nd

There is nothing better than a chocolate chip cookie that is freshly baked & dunked in hot milk, or maybe you just like to have it without milk. But nonetheless, it’s the perfect dessert snack. It is so perfect that the world decided- Let’s celebrate its existence on 4th August!hip Cookie Recipe

Foodism Team

8 minutes read

Celebrate International Beer Day with Beer-Battered Snacks

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July, 21st

There is a famous Czech saying- “A fine beer may be judged with only one sip, but it’s better to be thoroughly sure.” Did you know, the 5th of August is celebrated as International Beer Day all around the world!

Foodism Team

10 minutes read

The Biryani Diaries

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July, 20th

So we as a country now have more than 40 types of biryanis, eaten in different regions of the country. They differ in cooking methods, side serving, protein choice, & most importantly the cooking time and the choice of rice. Now we know you can never talk too much about biryani, but getting to business, we have today for you- 3 types of biryani you can make in under 30 minutes! Let’s begin-

Foodism Team

10 minutes read