Have you ever tried the breadfruit? This spongy, spherical, creamy fleshed produce with a thick, scaly rind is in fact a vegetable, used extensively in South American, South Indian and South East Asian cuisines.
Its pulp is rich in fibre and helps to reduce blood cholesterol, blood pressure, obesity and wash out cancer-causing elements from the colon. Eating one cup of cooked breadfruit provides you with over 40% of your daily fibre requirement. Furthermore, the pulp is loaded with vitamin ...
Natural Substitutes for Sugar
The sugar-free craze is on the rise and the wellness-conscious are on the lookout for substitutes that do not compromise on sweetness and flavour. But since a lot of artificial sweeteners can produce damaging effects on the human body in the long run, we list out natural alternatives to sugar which you can use in making a plethora of desserts and delights!
Coconut sugar a natural sugar made from coconut palm sap, is unrefined, thereby retaining in all of its vitamins and ...