Maple syrup has a unique characteristic depth of flavor which is sourced from sap of maple tree. Maple flavored syrup is made up of mixture of sotolon, furanones and other organic compounds, sweetened by fructose corn syrup; smells and tastes same as maple syrup with a subtle difference. That makes it available at cheaper cost.… Continue reading Maple syrup Vs Maple flavored syrup
They say reheating rice cause food poisoning. So, what happens when you reheat half cooked rice in frozen packs from supermarket. It hasn’t had people running to the loo. It’s the method of storing rice after it has been cooked. When rice is cooked, and set in a container or a casserole pan, the temperature… Continue reading Does rice at an eatery make you sick? Here is why
Courteous readers, we are a tripartite being with body, soul and spirit. It is God Almighty who fills our body with power, heart full of love and a sound mind. They are the best things we could ever have and we all constantly strive to achieve them. Mind is a gateway to our soul, same… Continue reading For God has not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind. 2 Timothy 1:7
If you had tasted few bits of raw garlic or a freshly prepared dish loaded with garlic, you might have come across the biggest stench of your life. Here’s the case : every squirt of garlicky goodness contains an enzyme called allinase which gives away garlic volatiles containing sulphur. Now these are gases, ready to… Continue reading What makes garlic so garlicky?
Psalm 146: 3-5 3 Do not put your trust in princes, in human beings, who cannot save. 4 When their spirit departs, they return to the ground; on that very day their plans come to nothing. 5 Blessed are those whose help is the God of Jacob, whose hope is in the Lord their God. Courteous readers, here Psalmist David sings his heart… Continue reading Psalm 146: 3-5
Here is a case of a happy looking diced tomato proposing the surety of 100% nutrients along with antioxidants, lycopene and a bruised and torn tomato which cries for help, not to be thrown away. Now let’s see who wins
It happened one day when my son asked me “Who made God?” while he was shaping his playdough and that reminded me of something. Earlier that week, my lovely neighbour, Elvie shared her love for this book “Who made God? And other things we wonder about” for ages 4-7. I read the book and was… Continue reading “Who made God? ” : Book review from a child’s viewpoint