Refreshing Homemade Mouth Fresheners For Diwali by Kanchan Kabra
Refreshing Homemade Mouth Fresheners For Diwali
by Kanchan Kaba
You must have come across lots and lots of recipes books, but rarely any book on mouth fresheners. In Indian culture and internationally, mouth fresheners are must serves. Not necessarily the meal may be heavy or otherwise; but a mouth freshener at the end of any meal make it complete.
Personally talking about myself, it is ok if I am not served with dessert after meal but mouth fresheners are compulsorily required.
In initial times the traditional betels, salted fennel or carom seeds or churan ki goli were in practice, but as the times have changed the former have been replaced by various others based on fresh fruits, dry fruits, spices and condiments and different variety of flavoured betel nuts.
Today the market has huge varieties of mouth fresheners available according to one taste like sweet, sour, sweet and sour, spicy, pungent, tangy, bland etc. The main objective of eating, as the name already suggests is not only freshening up the mouth or breaths but is versatile. Most of them aid in digestion, are useful in stomach disorders, useful in curing and preventing primary and secondary diseases and disorders like diarrhoea, diabetes, head ache, cold and cough etc.
Wishing You Happy Celebrations on your festivals.
About The Author:
The Author is qualified in Health & Nutrition and Obesity management. “The Gourmand World Cookbook Awards” are considered the prime reward and honour for those who “Cook with words”. It is the Oscars in the World of Food and Wine, and this Supreme honour was bestowed to Kanchan G. Kabra in Spain for her work, “The Paneer Cook Book”
When the then President of USA. Mr. Bill Clinton came to visit Gujarat, India the onus of preparing the menu was given to her. In keeping with her splendid culinary skills and knowledge, she prepared a menu worthy of her revered guests and also of the delicious heritage of the region. The author then presented her bestseller work, “The Gujarat cookbook” to the impressed president.
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