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HOLY AJWA DATES Ajwa dates are one of the most popular dates which have a fine texture. They are soft and luscious with a dark brown hue. They are referred to as ‘holy dates.’ The fruit is dried in the sun and is acknowledged as ‘wet dates.’ Saudi Arabia is the origin of these dates. They are considered stone fruit as they contain just one seed surrounded by fruity flesh. Natural Sweeteners It is also used as a natural sweetener and can easily substitute sugar in any sweet dish. Vegan Sweeteners  They are suitable for vegans. They are perfect for gifting your loved ones during various festivals, especially Diwali and Eid. It is known for boosting energy; hence they are ideal for consuming while observing fast.  Glucose, fructose, and sucrose are natural sugars found in dates known to eliminate the lethargic feeling. It contains nutrients that help to regain energy immediately; hence it is recommended to consume after workouts. NUTRIENTS (100GRAMS) The foremost part of dates consists of sugar and carbohydrates, later followed by fiber and protein. Sugar content is very high in it. They also have Polyphenols, antioxidants that contain anti-inflammatory properties. It also contains vitamins along with other crucial elements like potassium, magnesium, and iron.  Nutritional values per 100 Grams Fruit Ajwa Dates Calories 276.9 Glycemic Index 42   Quantity % Daily Value* Energy 1,107 KJ (274 kcal) Total Fat  0.12 g 0% Saturated fat 0.1 g 0% Polyunsaturated fat  0.4 g   Monounsaturated fat 0.1 g   Cholesterol  0 mg 0% Sodium  1.2 mg 0% Potassium  0 mg 6% Total Carbohydrate  71.8 g 29% Dietary fiber    6.8 g 22% Sugar     64.9 g   Protein  1.21 g Vitamins Vitamin A equivalent 3 mg 3% beta-Carotene 0 μg 0% lutein zeaxanthin 32 μg 0% Thiamine (B1) 0.01 mg 1% Riboflavin (B2) 0.07 mg 1.2% Niacin (B3) 0.36 mg 2% Pantothenic acid (B5) 0.79 mg 14% Vitamin B6 0.2 mg 8% Folate (B9) 26.53 μg 7% Vitamin B12 0 μg 0% Choline 9.5 mg 1.5% Vitamin C 0.2 mg 0% Vitamin E 0.1 mg 1% Vitamin K 2.7 μg 1.4% Minerals Calcium 36 mg 4% Copper 0.362 mg 2% Iron 7.83 mg 24% Magnesium 11.9 mg 6% Manganese 0.260 mg 23% Phosphorus 68 mg 5% Potassium 1013.2 mg 22% Selenium 3 mcg 13% Sodium 0 mg 0% Zinc 0.49 mg 2.8% Other Constittuents Water 5.12 Lycopene 0 *Per cent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs. Units :  μg = micrograms, mg = milligrams, IU = International units †Percentages are roughly approximated using US recommendations for adults. Source: USDA Nutrient Database ALLERGIC CONTENT It is a potent allergic food that might trigger various immune reactions that range from moderate to critical.  Those who are allergic to any dates, please consult your doctor before consumption.   HOW TO USE  Dates can be consumed by themselves without cooking or adding them to any other thing. They are a good companion of smoothies.  They add life to authentic Indian desserts like laddu that are energy balls. Salads are also garnished with it. They get along well with various Barfi. They are also used to make various sauces. Dates During Pregnancy They are recommended to be eaten during pregnancy due to various nutrients suitable for the baby's development. B vitamin folate also contains in Dates, a significant nutrient during pregnancy.   HEALTH BENEFITS Iron is vital for RBC formation in the body; it contains an ample amount of iron, reducing the risk of Anemia. Iron is also required to produce certain hormones in the body. They are also known to do away with intoxications from the body. Manganese present in it is known for regulating the heart’s rhythm. The presence of insoluble fiber bulks up the stool, thus relieving constipation and treating the problems related to digestion. It is observed that the consumption of dates helps in gaining weight and is also suitable for bone health, treating night blindness, male fertility, etc.  The consumption of the dates can defeat inflammation and stress caused in the brain. It has a high proportion of dietary fiber and antioxidants that are natural, like anthocyanins, ferulic acid, caffeic, etc. They are known to help in the treatment of Alzheimer's and dementia.  STORAGE AND SHELF LIFE  It can easily last up to half a year if stored in a place without moisture. Make sure to store them in a canister airtight after the packet has been opened, or else it will lose its freshness.   
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Akhrot (Walnut) with shell from Rs. 300.00
AKHA AKHROT WALNUT WITH SHELL Walnut is locally recognized as Akhrot. Akha Akhrot (whole Walnut), whose meat is divided into two parts. It is a brain-shaped nut protected by a hard covering, and it has a brown hue and slight bitterness. It is suitable for vegans. Our product is entirely free from preservatives and contains a low amount of natural sugar. It is an entirely natural product and is gluten-free as well.  They are perfect for gifting your loved ones during various festivals, especially Diwali. It is known for boosting energy; hence they are ideal for consuming while observing fast.  NUTRIENTS (100 GRAMS)  They have a high content of fats followed by other crucial nutrients like folic acid, proteins, vitamins, carbohydrates, copper, vitamin E, etc.  Nutritional values per 100 Grams Fruit Walnuts Calories 653.9 Glycemic Index 16   Quantity % Daily Value* Energy 2734 KJ (653 kcal) Total Fat   64 g 100% Saturated fat    7 g   29 % Polyunsaturated fat  45g 79%  Monounsaturated fat 7 g 14%  Cholesterol  0 mg 0% Sodium  1.9 mg 0% Potassium  438 mg 11.9% Total Carbohydrate  13.7 g 3.8% Dietary fiber    6.98 g 26% Sugar         2.43g   Protein  13 g 28% Vitamins Vitamin A equivalent 0.2 mg 0% beta-Carotene 14.07 μg 0% lutein zeaxanthin 8 μg 0% Thiamine (B1) 0.39 mg 1% Riboflavin (B2) 0.11 mg 0% Niacin (B3) 14.2 mg 12% Pantothenic acid (B5) 1.7 mg 1% Vitamin B6 0.3 mg 7% Folate (B9) 94 μg 0% Vitamin B12 0 μg 0% Choline 32.5 mg 12% Vitamin C 1.2 mg 1% Vitamin E 1.192 mg 1% Vitamin K 2.4 μg 0% Minerals Calcium   98 mg 22% Copper 1.26 mg 1% Iron 2.83 mg 11% Magnesium 154 mg 66% Manganese 3.82 mg 47% Phosphorus 243 mg 87% Potassium 445 mg 46% Selenium 4.6 mcg 4% Sodium 1.9 mg 0% Zinc 2.49 mg 1.8% Other Constituents Water 4.9 Lycopene 0 *Per cent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs. Units :  μg = micrograms, mg = milligrams, IU = International units †Percentages are roughly approximated using US recommendations for adults. Source: USDA Nutrient Database   ALLERGIC CONTENT It is a potent allergic food that might trigger various immune reactions that range from moderate to critical.   HOW TO USE  These nuts can be consumed by themselves without cooking or adding them to any other thing. They get along well with desserts, and they add a crunch and life to authentic Indian desserts like laddu, barfi, etc. They are a good companion of ice cream and chocolates as well. Akhrot(Walnut) during Pregnancy Akhrot contains Omega 3 fatty acids, which help lower oxidative stress in the brain. It also helps improve neurogenesis and brain signaling the creation of neurons in the brain. Eating akhrot during pregnancy is most helpful for the brain of the tender fetus. They are highly recommended to be eaten during pregnancy due to the presence of vitamin B complex, which is suitable for the development of the fetus. Please consult your doctor before consuming.  HEALTH BENEFITS  Wrinkles and dryness in the skin caused by free radicals are taken care of by these nuts. It is also known to reduce the dark circles under the eyes. They are also known to increase fertility. The presence of melatonin hormone in them is known for inducing sleep. Hence, they are recommended to treat insomnia naturally. These high fiber nuts are good gut cleaners and also help to detoxify your body. Problems related to the digestive system as kept at bay by its consumption. Diseases caused due to inflammations are lowered. These nuts aid the absorption of calcium in bones, and they also increase sluggish metabolism. They are packed with nutrients that are crucial for growth and development.  The presence of healthy fats takes care of the calorie count, thus aiding in weight loss and also prevents unhealthy weight gain. Type 2 diabetes is prevented from happening by the consumption of these nuts. They fight carcinogenic cells and are recommended to consume in case of prostate or breast cancer. STORAGE AND SHELF LIFE Walnuts easily last up to half a year if stored in a place without moisture. If you have opened the packet, make sure to store it in an airtight container; otherwise, you will lose its crunchiness.
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Premium Quality Almond  Almonds (Badam) are eatable nuts (Eatable Seeds) considered the storehouse of vital nutrients. Our product does not contain any preservatives and has a low amount of sugar on the Glycemic Index. It is Zero best for diabetes patients. Vegans can enjoy it without hesitation, for Almond Milk, Butter, Flour, Oil & Paste. Almonds (Badam) It is completely a natural product and is gluten-free as well. They are ideal for consumption while observing fast. They are perfect for gifting your loved ones during various festivals, especially Diwali. Badam NUTRITIONS (100 GRAMS) It contains a perfect amount of fiber along with healthy fat. They are known for Vitamin E and protein. Elements like magnesium, manganese, copper, and phosphorus are also present, along with small amounts of carbohydrates that are easy to digest. They are packed with various antioxidants like phytic acid. 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Anjeer Dry Fruit (Figs)  ANJEER सूखे अंजीर Fig,  locally known as Anjeer, सूखे अंजीर is a sweet and soft dried fruit with small crunchy seeds and a brown hue. It belongs to the mulberry family. Dry Anjeer is consumed more than wet ones. It is quite juicy for a dry fruit.   Although a wasp pollinates figs, they are still considered appropriate for vegans as they are done naturally. It is a good source of Protein for Vegans. Thus, vegans can consume it without hesitation. They can also be consumed while observing fast as it is known for providing energy. They are loved by all, irrespective of gender, age, or nationality; thus, they are suitable for gifting someone during festivals.  ALLERGIC CONTENT It is a potent allergic food that might trigger various immune reactions that range from moderate to critical.    HOW TO USE One can consume it by itself without cooking or adding it to any other dish. It is often added to milk. It is consumed in the form of either milkshake or smoothie. They go along well with ice creams. Anjeer Barfi is also made out of it.  Anjeer During Pregnancy They are recommended to be eaten during pregnancy due to various nutrients suitable for the baby's development. It contains an excellent amount of Magnesium, iron, & calcium during pregnancy. It helps to reduce constipation because of the high amount of fiber in it. It helps a mother in pregnancy with digestive problems.  HEALTH BENEFITS The ample amount of antioxidants makes it ideal for dealing with free radicals and keeping the heart-healthy. It gets rid of triglycerides, fat particles in the bloodstream that might cause severe heart problems. It keeps digestive problems at bay and is also suitable for bone health. Blood sugar levels are regulated and stabilized by consuming these nuts as they help develop insulin resistance. They play an integral part in regulating type 2 diabetes. They are also beneficial to reduce weight gain.  It is also known to manage blood pressure. It is a natural aphrodisiac and is also known to improve reproductive health. In ancient India, it is often consumed by combining it will milk. Young girls are recommended to consume as it eases pre-menstrual symptoms.  Iron is vital for forming red blood cells in the body; the nuts contain an ample amount of iron, reducing the risk of Anemia. Iron is also required to produce certain hormones in the body.   STORAGE AND SHELF LIFE  It can easily last up to half a year if stored in a place without moisture. Make sure to store them in a canister airtight after the packet has been opened, or else it will lose its freshness. Other Names Anjiiraसूखे अंजीरસૂકા અંજીરخشک انجیرഉണക്കിയ അത്തിപ്പഴംఎండిన అత్తి పండ్లనుஉலர்ந்த அத்திப்பழங்கள்আঞ্জিরसूखी अंजीरअंजीर NUTRIENTS in सूखे अंजीर It is low on calories and has excessive content of soluble dietary fiber. Antioxidants like lutein, carotenes, chlorogenic acids, and tannins are available in abundance. It also has a high content of carbohydrates.  Riboflavin, Pyridoxine, Niacin, and Folates are also present in high quantities. Electrolytes like calcium, potassium, and sodium, along with minerals like copper, iron, manganese, selenium, zinc, etc., are present in it.  Nutritional values per 100 Grams Dry Fruit Dried Anjeer / Dry Figs Calories 252 Glycemic Index 62   Quantity % Daily Value* Energy 308 KJ (74 kcal) Total Fat  1 g 0% Saturated fat 0.1 g 0% Polyunsaturated fat  0.4 g   Monounsaturated fat 0.1 g   Cholesterol  0 mg 0% Sodium  1 mg 0% Potassium  232 mg 6% Total Carbohydrate  64.8 g 22% Dietary fiber  9.8 g 38% Sugar  48 g   Protein 4.9 g 1% Vitamins Vitamin A equivalent 0 μg 0% beta-Carotene 6 μg 1% lutein zeaxanthin 32 μg 0% Thiamine (B1) 0.09 mg 8% Riboflavin (B2) 0.11 mg 3% Niacin (B3) 0.64 mg 4% Pantothenic acid (B5) 0.647 mg 12% Vitamin B6 0.106 mg 6% Folate (B9) 13.41 μg 3% Vitamin B12 0 μg 0% Choline 23.5 mg 4% Vitamin C 1.2 mg 1% Vitamin E 0.35 mg 2% Vitamin K 4.7 μg 3% Minerals Calcium 162 mg 6% Copper 0.110 mg 1% Iron 2.03 mg 14% Magnesium 68 mg 16% Manganese 0.760 mg 33% Phosphorus 99.83 mg 6% Potassium 1013.2 mg 22% Selenium 0.9 mcg 1.6% Sodium 14.9 mg 1% Zinc 0.82 mg 10% Other Constittuents Water 82.9 Lycopene 0 *Per cent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs. Units :  μg = micrograms, mg = milligrams, IU = International units †Percentages are roughly approximated using US recommendations for adults. Source: USDA Nutrient Database
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Modak flour Called in Marathi मोदक पीठ Modak which is offered to Lord Ganesha. Modak is sweet dumplings specially made in Maharashtrian households during the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi. Modak peeth is essential to make a perfect modak. The texture and taste of your modak depend on it.   Our product is made by grinding superior quality aromatic rice called ‘Ambemohar’ rice. It is suitable for vegans and does not contain any variety of preservatives. It is an entirely natural product and is gluten-free as well.  You can also make Bhakri, momos using this rice flour. NUTRIENTS Along with a high amount of carbohydrates, dietary fiber, and protein, it also contains electrolytes like sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, etc. It also contains essential minerals like iron, copper, zinc, and manganese, etc. Vitamins like vitamin E, Niacin, etc., are also present. ALLERGIC CONTENT It is a potent allergic food that might trigger various immune reactions that range from moderate to critical. It has low allergic content as compared to other food items. Those who are allergic to Basmati Rice or Ambe Mohar rice can avoid this. Please consult your doctor before any consumption for any allergies to you. HOW TO USE Modak peeth is converted into the dough by kneading it using water, milk, and ghee. A small quantity of sugar and salt is also added. Aromatic modak peeth is added directly into boiling water and little milk, ghee, sugar, and salt. It is enclosed with a plate or towel for a few minutes. Small balls are made out of it after kneading the dough while it is still hot. Balls are flattened and packed with sweet coconut filling. Sides are pinched and joined together to form modak. Besides making modak, it can also make bhakri (chapati made using rice flour). PREGNANCY It is safe to be consumed during pregnancy.  HEALTH BENEFITS It is a good alternative for people who are suffering from gluten intolerance as it is gluten-free. The existence of insoluble fibers makes it ideal for dealing with problems related to the digestive system, and it improves bowel movements and keeps constipation at bay. A diet rich in high fiber can aid in treating cardiovascular issues, thus keeping the heart healthy. They also modulate blood sugar levels.  Its consumption can improve the skeletal system of our body as it contains calcium which is beneficial for our bones. It improves the natural immune system of our body along with making our skin healthy.  The protein content is beneficial for those who wish to gain weight.   How to Make Modak   STORAGE AND SHELF LIFE It is recommended to be stored in a sealed canister, and it can easily last up to 6 to 12 months if stored in a refrigerator or freezer.  Make in India  
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Maharashtrian Bhajani Chakli  What is chakli? Chakli is a snack that is generally spicy and has a spiral shape. It is super crunchy and comes in different flavors; not all of them are spicy. Deep- frying makes it crunchier and gives Chakli its well-known taste. It is enjoyed in different states of India.  Different names in different states refer to it. It is known as Chakli in Maharashtra, Dantakali in Odisha, Murukku in Tamil-speaking states, Chakkuli in Karnataka, Chakralu in Telugu speaking states, and Chakri in Konkani speaking states. It has received love even in Indonesia, and there it is popular by the name Akar Kelapa. An amalgam of rice flour along with Bengal gram flour that is chickpea flour and black gram flour that is locally referred to as urad dal is utilized to make regular Chakli. It is seasoned with different condiments. What is chakli press? Chakli press is kitchen equipment helpful in forming the well-known spiral shape that gives Chakli its identity. It is also recognized as murukku maker. Traditionally made with brass now it is available in different types of materials.  Consisting of two cylinders, one at the top having handle on either sides and one at the bottom, it also has some plates with design. The bottom cylinder is hollow, and the top one is solid, which can easily slide into the bottom one. Both the cylinders have handles. Base of the bottom cylinder has a mechanism that holds the designed plates.  Chakli dough is added into the hollow cylinder, and pressure is applied with the help of a solid cylinder. Do not forget to oil the equipment.  What is Bhajani chakli? Bhajani Chakli is a Maharashtrian dish that the elders of the family pass down the generations. Every household has its special recipe and procedure for making Chakli. Rice, along with other lentils like chickpea (Bengal gram), black gram (urad dal), and moong dal, are cleaned, dried, and roasted with cumin seeds and coriander seeds to utilize them as dough for making Chakli after grinding them. The flour obtained is called bhajani which is later seasoned with carom seeds (ajwain), sesame seeds (til), and other spices. There are two ways to make bhajani chakli flour. One is intricate, and the other is instant. You can even purchase bhajani flour from the market. No matter however you manage to get the flour, the procedure to make Chakli is the same. Homemade Bhajani flour After rice and other lentils are cleaned and dried, roast them in a cauldron until they are covered in a brown hue. Do not mix them all; it is recommended to roast them individually.  In the same cauldron roast cumin and coriander seeds. If you possess a powerful grinder, then grind it at home; otherwise, give it to a professional mill as most Indians give. Do not forget to sift the flour after grinding.  Grinding ingredients at home makes the flour more coarse as compared to grinding it at a professional mill. The coarse flour will require more water to form the dough. Make sure that the dough is neither stiff nor too soft. Consistency of the dough will affect the texture and crunchiness of the Chakli. Instant Bhajani flour To a cauldron, add rice flour, chickpea flour that is besan, and black gram flour, roast them well. Keep stirring while you roast them.  Later add ground and roasted cumin and coriander seeds to the blend. Recipe Remember to sift the flour before making the dough. The amount of spice can be altered according to your spice tolerance. Add water slowly as per requirement. The ends of Chakli need to be secured to prevent it from breaking.  Make medium-sized spirals, neither too large nor too small. Oil needs to be hot before adding Chakli in it, this will avert the Chakli from breaking, but it will also take care that less oil is absorbed by them. To bhajani flour, add red chili powder, sesame seeds, salt, turmeric, and carom seeds. Knead the dough with the help of hot oil and hot water.  Taste the dough to check the level of spice and salt. Leave the dough covered in a moist towel to prevent it from drying.  In a cauldron, add oil and keep it on moderate heat.  Add star shape plate in the bottom cylinder of the chakli maker followed by chakli dough. Slide in the top cylinder and start applying pressure while rotating your hand in a spiral motion, don't forget to secure the ends.  After reassuring that the oil is hot, start adding Chakli into the oil. Once they have become crisp and have changed their color to golden brown on both sides, take them out and line them on a paper towel to do away with excess oil.  Before storing them, make sure that they have cooled down.   Festival and Chakli Faral is a combination of different savory snacks that are made especially during Diwali. Diwali is incomplete without faral. Chakli is the central part of faral. Chakli is loved by everyone, and often siblings get into a fight over the last piece of Chakli. Chakli is made few days prior to Diwali. It is a time when the older generation meets the younger generation. Along with the recipe, many beautiful memories are created. Many of us will have some stories that are associated with chakli making. 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Black Raisins  Raisin is a dry fruit that is made by drying grapes. The variation in them is mainly due to two reasons: a difference in the variety of grapes or the drying method. Variation in either two of them results in a change in texture or flavor. Black Raisins - Black Kishmish - Kala Manuka - Kali Kishmish The dark hue of this raisin is obtained by directing intense intensity heat towards the grapes; these raisins can be made by any grapes and are among the most usual sort. Along with being darker in the shade, they are super caramelized. NUTRIENTS It has a high amount of sugar and carbohydrates followed by protein and other vital nutrients like copper, phosphorus, iron, etc. Nutritional values per 100 Grams Fruit Black Raisin Calories 297 Glycemic Index 63   Quantity % Daily Value* Energy 1242 KJ (297 kcal) Total Fat  0.2 g 0% Saturated fat    0.3 g   0 % Polyunsaturated fat  0g 0%  Monounsaturated fat 0.2g 0%  Cholesterol  0 mg 0% Sodium  1.1 mg 0% Potassium  747 mg 19.9% Total Carbohydrate  80 g 29% Dietary fiber    3.9 g 14.2% Sugar        53 g   Protein  2.7 g 5% Vitamins Vitamin A equivalent 0 μg 0% beta-Carotene 0.1 μg 0% lutein zeaxanthin 0 μg 0% Thiamine (B1) 0.01 g 1% Riboflavin (B2) 0.12 mg 0% Niacin (B3) 1.2 mg 1% Pantothenic acid (B5) 0.12 mg 0.2% Vitamin B6 0.1 mg 0% Folate (B9) 0.23 μg 0% Vitamin B12 0 μg 0% Choline 11.5 mg 5% Vitamin C 2.2 mg 3% Vitamin E 0.1 mg 1% Vitamin K 3.1 μg 0% Minerals Calcium   49 mg 12% Copper 0.46 mg 1% Iron 1.83 mg 1% Magnesium 1382 mg 98% Manganese 8 mg 17% Phosphorus 1292 mg 59% Potassium 747 mg 59% Selenium   0.2 mcg 0% Sodium 1.1 mg 0% Zinc 7.9 mg 2.3% Other Constittuents Water 15.47 Lycopene 0 *Per cent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs. Units :  μg = micrograms, mg = milligrams, IU = International units †Percentages are roughly approximated using US recommendations for adults. Source: USDA Nutrient Database ALLERGIC CONTENT It is a potent allergic food that might trigger various immune reactions that range from moderate to critical.  During Pregnancy They are recommended to be eaten during pregnancy due to various nutrients suitable for the baby's development.  Please consult your doctor before consumption of any dry fruits during pregnancy. HOW TO USE Raisins can be consumed directly from the shelf or can be incorporated into different sweets and savory. Festivals in India are unaccomplished without the presence of sweet delights, and most of them contain raisins. Kishmish Halwa is wholly made out of raisins. Sheera is a sweet dish made of semolina, raisins, and nuts. Kheer, a slow-cooked rice desert, also contains raisins.  Faral is an essential part of Diwali. Faral consists of much savory food like Chivda, a mixture of different nuts, dry fruits, spices, and core ingredients like flattened rice, cornflakes, oats, etc. Raisins constitute a significant part of Chivdas as they add a punch of sweetness to these spicy amalgams. Raisin is a very versatile ingredient. It is also utilized in different sweet balls, namely Gram flour laddu, Semolina laddu, etc. It is also added to Biryani, a spicy rice dish. HEALTH BENEFITS One significant advantage of raisins is their undeniable degree of fiber, especially solvent fiber. A quarter-cup of any of these dried organic products can give you around 7% of your day-by-day fiber necessity. They are likewise an abundant source of iron. Iron is essential for high blood cells production, which carries oxygen to the cells of your body. If you don't get sufficient iron, you may feel drained, cold, and unwell. Raisins are stacked with cancer prevention agents that help our bodies differently. The polyphenolic phytonutrients help dispose of the free extremists that hurt the vision and cause degeneration of the eye muscles—in this way, working on the wellbeing of the vision. These dried grapes are low in calories and are generally sweet. They are very fibrous, helping the body feel complete with a bit of serving. The pleasantness of the raisins satisfies your taste buds, and the fiber assists you with feeling full, supporting weight reduction. On-off chance if you battle with joint agonies or have powerless bones, raisins are the best approach. They contain calcium which helps in fortifying the bones. Eating raisins assist with expanding bone thickness and assist with diminishing the danger of joint pain and gout. STORAGE AND SHELF LIFE Raisins easily last up to half a year if refrigerated. If you have opened the packet, make certain that you store them in an airtight container.
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Brazil Nuts from Rs. 715.00
Jumbo Size Nuts | Online Brazil nuts which are a fruit, have a tough outer shell having a dark brown hue. They are filled with about 20 pods which also have a hard covering and a brown hue. Bolivia is the largest producer of these nuts. It is appropriate for vegans and for those who are gluten intolerant.  The nut inside the pods is off-white in color and has brown spots here and there. These nuts have a similar texture to coconut. They are creamy, nutty, and can be eaten either raw or roasted or salted.  NUTRIENTS It has a considerably high amount of fats which is followed by dietary fiber and proteins. Electrolytes like potassium and calcium are also present in it. The amount of sugar and carbohydrates are very low. Minerals like Iron, magnesium, etc., are also available.  Nutritional values per 100 Grams Fruit Brazil nuts Calories 657 Glycemic Index 9   Quantity % Daily Value* Energy 2748 KJ (657 kcal) Total Fat  332 g 509% Saturated fat    79 g   398 % Polyunsaturated fat  24 g 140%  Monounsaturated fat 22 g 134%  Cholesterol  0 mg 0% Sodium  2.1 mg 0% Potassium  656 mg 19% Total Carbohydrate  13 g 2% Dietary fiber    9 g 34% Sugar        2.8 g   Protein   12 g 27% Vitamins Vitamin A equivalent     0 μg 0% beta-Carotene 0 μg 0% lutein zeaxanthin 0 μg 0% Thiamine (B1) 1.01 g 1% Riboflavin (B2) 0.042 mg 0% Niacin (B3) 0.2 mg 0% Pantothenic acid (B5) 0.3 mg 0.2% Vitamin B6 0.13 mg 0% Folate (B9) 1.53 mcg 1% Vitamin B12 0 μg 0% Choline 23.5 mg 15% Vitamin C 0.9 mg 0.8% Vitamin E 7.81 mg 6% Vitamin K 3.1 μg 0% Minerals Calcium   798 mg 82% Copper 0.46 mg 1% Iron 2.3 mg 12% Magnesium 379 mg 74% Manganese 1.8 mg 1% Phosphorus 107 mg 5% Potassium 657 mg 47% Selenium   1915 μg 23% Sodium 3.1 mg 3% Zinc 4.59 mg 5% Other Constituents Water 1.9 Lycopene 0 *Per cent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs. Units :  μg = micrograms, mg = milligrams, IU = International units †Percentages are roughly approximated using US recommendations for adults. Source: USDA Nutrient Database ALLERGIC CONTENT It is a potent allergic food that might trigger various immune reactions that range from moderate to critical.   HOW TO USE  Brazil nuts are a very suitable option if one wants to have a nutritious snack. They can be consumed by themselves without adding them to any other thing. These nuts go along well with chocolate. They are added to various baked products like brownies, cakes, cheesecakes, etc. Garnishing can be done using them.   Salads are also enhanced by their inclusion. They are often incorporated with rice or noodles dishes to add a crunch to them. They are also added to pesto and various sauces. Butter is also made from it.  Brazil Nut Benefits during Pregnancy They are recommended to be eaten during pregnancy. One must consume only two or three daily. The presence of selenium in them protects the fetus from any congenital disabilities. HEALTH BENEFITS  The presence of selenium in these nuts makes it highly beneficial. Selenium is known to increase the immune response of the body, and healthy thyroid is also ensured. They take care of the carcinogenic cells and keep various ailments at bay.   Cardiovascular disease and infertility are also prevented. The risk of having Hashimoto’s disease, Grave’s disease, Thyroid cancer, etc., is also reduced. They possess anti-inflammatory properties and also improve bone health.  Blood sugar levels are regulated and stabilized by consuming these nuts containing magnesium that helps develop insulin resistance. They play an integral part in regulating type 2 diabetes. STORAGE AND SHELF LIFE Brazil nuts easily last up to half a year if stored in a refrigerator with the shell. If the shell is removed, then it can last up to a month or two. They can be kept in the freezer as well. 
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Broken Cashew Tukda Kaju Tukda from Rs. 270.00
Tukda Cashew | Broken Kaju  Cashew nut is one of the dry fruits. Broken pieces of these nuts are referred to as Kaju tukda, which is translated as broken cashews.  They are suitable for vegans. It is free from sugar and all sorts of preservatives, and it is an entirely natural product and is gluten-free.  They are perfect for gifting your loved ones during various festivals, especially Diwali. It is known for boosting energy; hence they are ideal for consuming while observing fast.   NUTRIENTS (100 GRAMS) The major part of the cashew nuts consists of fat that is about 44g, later followed by carbohydrates (33g) and protein (18g). It also contains about 3g of fiber and 2g of other substances.  Nutritional values per 100 Grams Fruit Broken Cashew Calories 557 Glycemic Index 24   Quantity % Daily Value* Energy 785 KJ (187 kcal) Total Fat  45 g 64% Saturated fat   9 g 39% Polyunsaturated fat  27.9 g 43%  Monounsaturated fat 29.3 g 45%  Cholesterol  0 mg 0% Sodium  14 mg 0% Potassium  667 mg 18.5% Total Carbohydrate  29.8 g 8.9% Dietary fiber    2.8 g 14.2% Sugar     5.93 g   Protein  16.5 g 31.9% Vitamins Vitamin A equivalent 0 mg 0% beta-Carotene 0 μg 0% lutein zeaxanthin 21 μg 0% Thiamine (B1) 1.2 mg 5% Riboflavin (B2) 0.57 mg 1.2% Niacin (B3) 1.036 mg 4% Pantothenic acid (B5) 0.89 mg 15% Vitamin B6 0.4 mg 8% Folate (B9) 26.2μg 7% Vitamin B12 0 μg 0% Choline 6.5 mg 2.5% Vitamin C 0.2 mg 0% Vitamin E 5.1 mg 6% Vitamin K 650 μg 78% Minerals Calcium 36 mg 3.4% Copper 2.362 mg 2% Iron 6.83 mg 26% Magnesium 294 mg 76% Manganese 0.829 mg 27% Phosphorus 598 mg 57% Potassium 664 mg 64% Selenium 1.3 mcg 4.3% Sodium 11 mg 0% Zinc 5.49 mg 9.8% Other Constituents Water 2.72 Lycopene 0 *Per cent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs. Units :  μg = micrograms, mg = milligrams, IU = International units †Percentages are roughly approximated using US recommendations for adults. Source: USDA Nutrient Database ALLERGIC CONTENT It is a potent allergic food that might trigger various immune reactions that range from moderate to critical.     HOW TO USE These nuts can be consumed by themselves without cooking or adding them to any other thing. They get along well with all kinds of dishes, be they spicy or sweet.  They add a crunch and life to India's most loved dish Biryani. They are also incorporated with many sweet dishes like Sheer kurma, kheer, laddu, etc.  Savory food is also garnished with cashew nuts. They are a good companion of ice cream as well. PREGNANCY They are recommended to be eaten during pregnancy due to various nutrients suitable for the baby's development. HEALTH BENEFITS Cashew nuts are packed with a lot of nutrition and goodness. In the metropolitan environment with its over-the-top contamination, our eyes face various ill effects. They contain 'Zea Xanthin,' a fantastic antioxidant, and our retina absorbs it readily. A defensive layer is formed by the antioxidant, which protects our eyes from harmful ultraviolet rays. It is also found that macular degeneration in the older generation is kept at bay by the regular consumption of these nuts.  Iron is vital for the formation of red blood cells in the body; the nuts contain an ample amount of iron, reducing the risk of Anemia. Iron is also required to produce certain hormones in the body.  They contain oils that enhance your skin due to the presence of selenium, zinc, and some antioxidants. The considerable amount of selenium present in it takes care of the free radicals known for causing cancer. Anti-diabetic properties are seen in cashew, which makes it ideal for people having diabetes. The monounsaturated fats and polyunsaturated fats present in these nuts help fight bad cholesterol and thus, reduce the risk of having heart-related diseases.  They contain magnesium, which is good for the skin and known to relax heart muscles, thus reducing the chances of having high blood pressure. Consumption of these nuts keeps your stomach full, and they also aid in good metabolism.  STORAGE AND SHELF LIFE Cashew nuts easily last up to half a year if stored in a place without moisture. If you have opened the packet, make sure to store them in an airtight container; otherwise, you will lose the cashew's crunchiness.  
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Buy Chivda Online | Diwali | Snacks Rs. 160.00
Poha Chivda  Chivda is a mixture of different dry, roasted, and fried ingredients. It is generally spicy, but at times it can be sweet or tangy as well. One can find it stocked in most Indian kitchens for unexpected guests, small treats during the day, and for mid-night cravings as well. Bombay Mix is the alternative name for Chivda that the people of England designated. It is a versatile savory dish that being variable as per your taste and requirements. People all over India enjoy it; it is also exported overseas, where it receives a lot of love. It holds a special place in the hearts of Maharashtrians. INGREDIENTS It has a core ingredient that is either roasted or fried, depending on the type of Chivda. The most common core ingredient is Poha which is translated as flattened rice. Peanuts and cashew nuts are incorporated to add nuttiness to the dish.  It is spiced using green chilies or red chili powder and seasoned using asafoetida, turmeric, and salt. Raisins offer sweetness. Dried coconut is roasted and sliced before adding to this. Deep-fried curry leave and mustard seeds enhance the dish. CALORIES (100 grams) It is with high content of carbohydrates. Saturated, monounsaturated, polyunsaturated, and trans fatty acids constitute about 28% to 30% of the total calories. A good quantity of protein and fiber is present, along with sugar. STORAGE AND SHELF LIFE If stored correctly, it will easily last for 6 to 7 weeks. Please keep it away from moisture to prevent it from getting soggy. I prefer an air-tight container over a regular container.  HEALTH BENEFITS Different Chivda recipes have different benefits depending on the types of this dish. Peanuts in chivda provide healthy fats and proteins. Turmeric not only adds color but also contains antibiotic properties. Asafetida is helpful in digestion which makes this dish easy on the stomach. Curry leave is good for hair and skin as it eliminates bacteria. One cannot debate about the benefits received from dry fruits. ALLERGIC CONTENT It contains peanuts which may be allergic to some people. FESTIVE OCCASIONS Faral (savory food) is made during Diwali, and Chivda is an essential part of the faral without which Diwali snacks seem incomplete. It is a vegetarian recipe. It is served along with sweets during various functions like naming ceremonies, engagement, etc. It is stored and enjoyed throughout the year. It plays an essential role during fasting as it provides strength to the devotees. It is served with Modak (a coconut sweet specially prepared for the festival) during Ganesh Chaturthi. Make in India
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