Paaramparik

Why natural food?

PaaramParik trying revive age old traditional of having chemical free processed food. Natural food contains fewer pesticides so less effect for consumer and environment. Boost your immunity. Chemical food additives preserve shelf life by reducing or eliminating the growth of microorganisms that cause food decay. These added chemicals are controversial as some may have a detrimental effect on your health. Eating fresher, whole foods may be a safe alternative to avoiding these chemical additives used in food processing. Common chemical used in processing as preservative and color are Sulfites and Sulphur dioxide Monosodium Glutamate (MSG) Artificial Food Coloring Artificial Sweeteners. Carrageenan Sodium Benzoate

Why geography of food is important?
Always prefer local vegetable fruit and staples or food according to climate condition. Stop eating exotic fruit vegetable, oils and staples.

What is refined oil?
Definition: An oil has been refined by using chemicals that are harmful to us. In short it means to ‘purify’. … All of which require chemicals like Hexane! In the process of making and refining these types of oils, it leads to PUFas (rancid polyunsaturated fatty acids) which DO NOT hold up well to high heats.

Why wood cold press oil?
Zero chemical and color are added. Oil extraction temp is 25 degree. Cold press is the best organic way of producing oil. It scores above other methods as it increases nutritional value and promotes good health. The oil obtained is rich in anti-oxidants, micro-nutrients and fatty acids. To top it all, the oil is pure in form. Cold-pressed oils are definitely healthier than refined oils. Cold Pressed oils – are rich in vitamin E, which has anti-inflammatory properties and oleic acid, which boosts your immunity.

History of cold pressed oils.
Do you know that the origins of the Cold Pressed oil can be traced down to the Indus Valley Civilization? Yes, you read that right. Charred sesame seeds and oil-pressing machines were found in the ruins of Harappa. After examination, they were dated to be more than 5000 years old!
‘Chekku’, ‘Ghani’ and ‘Kolhu’ oil are some colloquial words used in India to describe cold pressed oil. Infact, in olden times, a long cylindrical instrument known as ‘ghani’ was used to extract oil from oilseeds. According to the book ‘A Historical Dictionary of Indian Food’ by K.T. Achaya, ‘ghani’ was a mortar and pestle device made of stone or wood that people used to crush oilseeds

Can they replace regular cooking oils?
There are a number of oilseeds from which we can naturally obtain oil without tampering with their nutritive capacity. Some of these seeds are- sesame seed, peanut, sunflower seeds, canola, coconut and olive. You can easily replace your regular cooking oil with any of the cold pressed variants. There are some oilseeds that cannot yield oil through cold pressing, such as rapeseed (canola), soybean, corn, sunflower and safflower.
When cooking, cold pressed oils do not foam or silt, while it is possible for hot pressed oil to undergo these changes. Make sure you don’t expose these oils to high heat and use them to cook foods which are prepared on low to medium heat. If you use these oils for deep frying, the unsaturated fats may break down, making them unsafe for consumption.

Why Cold Pressed Oils are Better?
Cold-pressed oils are definitely healthier than refined oils. Most of the nutritive capacity of refined oil is lost after they are exposed to high heat and chemicals. … Most cold-pressed oils are rich in vitamin E, which has anti-inflammatory properties and oleic acid, which boosts your immunity.

What is the difference between cold pressed oil and regular?
Cold pressed oil retains most of its natural physiological and chemical properties and most importantly its original taste. Unlike cold pressed oil, hot pressed oil retains little of its natural composition.

Does red rice need to be soaked?
Wholegrain or glutinous rice always need to be soaked before cooking, usually overnight, many plain white rices also do. Japanese short-grain rice, for example, once rinsed and completely drained for 10- 15 minutes, is best soaked for 30 minutes in its actual cooking water before the heat is turned on.

Do I have to soak black rice before cooking?
Rinsing and soaking the rice before cooking will help to bring the cooking time down. As a general rule, black rice should be cooked with two cups of water to every one cup of rice, and it will need to cook for about 45 minutes after soaking, or up to 60 minutes if you cook un-soaked rice.

How to cook Red Rice?

  1. Bring 21⁄2 cups water to a boil in a medium saucepan set over medium-high heat. Meanwhile, rinse 1 cup rice under cool water.
  2. When the water reaches a boil, add the rice, butter, and salt.
  3. Remove the lid and fluff the rice with a fork, then cover it again with the lid.
  4. Fluff rice again and serve.

How to cook Black Rice?

  1. Add water and rinsed black rice to a saucepan.
  2. Over medium-high heat, bring the water to a boil. Add the salt, reduce heat, cover and cook for about 30-35 minutes.
  3. Take off the heat and let it stand covered for about 5 to 10 minutes then fluff with a fork and serve.

ARE COLD PRESSED OILS WORTH THE HYPE?
The oils that are used for everyday cooking are extracted from seeds, fruits, vegetables and nuts. There are several ways to extract oil from plants and trees.
The way any oil is extracted affects the taste of the oil in your food and the amount of nutrients that the oil has in it. Cold pressed oils retain all their flavor, aroma, and nutritional value, making these oils great for cooking and skin care requirements. The cold pressed extraction process does not need an external substance as with other methods. The seeds are crushed and pressed in order to extract the oil in the most natural way.

HOW TO READ NUTRITIONAL FACT OF EVERY FOOD?
THE ONE THING WE ALWAYS IGNORE IS TO READ NUTRITIONAL FACT OF EVERY FOOD WE BUY. We should not rely on Consumers are more health-conscious than ever, so some food manufacturers use misleading tricks to convince people to buy highly processed and unhealthy products

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