With the second wave of covid creating disturbing havoc all around us – our safest bet is to stay indoors. With much of our condolences for those who are grappling with difficult times, must we remind ourselves that we are all in this together. And while those to whom the virus has been kinder, your days indoors don’t have to be necessarily on the lows. There’s a lot to explore, looking inwards as well as in your kitchens.
Green Tea is filled with healthful goodness. Multiple studies have shown its potency in supporting smooth bodily functioning. According to a study conducted in 2019, green tea may encourage growth of good bacteria, thus help enhanced digestion and keep tendency of obesity away. Green Tea’s catechins and flavonoids may provide antioxidants and anti inflammatory support to our bodies – processes that may stave off visible signs of ageing.
Who isn’t fond of summer? The ice creams, juicy fruits, summer vacations, bright flowers, clear skies, and the cold drinks! We love the good old ice and a nice flavours in our glasses. Sometimes the cold drinks may get sugary, aerated, over caffeinated and down right unhealthy.
Masala tea is a beverage that originates in India. Traditional Indian households can’t go a day without having masala tea brew in their kitchen – either for guests, afternoon lows, mornings, celebrations or sometimes simply after a meal! Masala tea in wholly integrated in Indian culture and daily lives. Not surprisingly enough, every household have their own unique way of brewing a masala tea. The tea is a combination of many different spies – that includes ginger, cloves, cardamom sometimes pepper or cinnamon. It can be with out without milk.