How to Make Nut Milk and Oat Milk

Nut milk and Oat Milk are healthy and delicious. Right now, there is some controversy regarding calling the liquid produced by grinding nuts, oats or other ingredients as milk, – the producers and sellers of milk from animals are asking that the name be changed and that nut and other non-dairy milks are not shelved…

Blending Fruits and Vegetables in Your High Speed Blender

The Vitamix might be one of the best purchases I have made for the Kitchen. It has been a surprise to find that it is used several times a day. And one of the best parts is its self-clean function – cleaning the blending jugs is a no-fuss activity. One of its key features is…

Recipe: How to Make a Strawberry Pink FrappΓ©

Would you believe, I first made this in December, 1998? Some recipes never date. It came to mind this summer when I sat in 44C heat, without power or air-conditioning except for one power point. The electrician couldn’t come that night. I needed something to cool me down, and provide some sustenance. I couldn’t cook…

Indian Essentials: Tea for Rainy Weather or a Runny Nose | Ayurvedic Infusion | Pitta Tea

I like to drink a cuppa tea a day. It can be anything, white, green, brown, black. Fermented. Not. Herbal, spices or flowers. Indian, Chinese, Japanese, Ayurvedic. Gingery. Minty. Rosebuds. Dried apples. Dried mandarin skins. You name it, I drink it. I even grow it! (Lemongrass, lemon verbena, cardamon leaves, kaffir lime leaves, parsley, thyme, sage, rosemary.)

(Oh, apologies to my Indian friends. In India, Tea is Tea – real, proper, genuine tea. Anything else is something else. Here, “tea” means something, anything, that is infused