He mentioned the names of 5 foods that are essential for winter (divine delicacies of winter) They are unmatched in taste and benefits Rujuta calls these foods ‘the best five heavenly tastes of winter’
In winter, on the one hand, the stock of various foods, on the other hand, the risk of being affected by seasonal diseases – these two are our companions (seasonal problem in winter). At the same time, the skin and hair become dry and the problem of roughness increases As there are problems, there are also solutions in the nature of winter Says nutritionist Rujuta Dwivekar He mentioned the names of 5 foods that are essential for winter (divine delicacies of winter) They are unmatched in taste and benefits Rujuta calls these foods ‘the best five heavenly tastes of winter’
In the words of Rujuta, sugarcane is the oldest detox we know Sugarcane juice enlivens the liver and also keeps our skin fresh in winter sun
Before Saraswati Pujo, it has no place in Bengali language After that, however, for the rest of the winter and early spring, eat narcoli, topa, Bombay, wild-all kinds of cool. According to Rujuta, it strengthens our immune system Variety in taste is also added due to the cool quality Rujuta says that children who get sick frequently due to seasonal problems should be given more cool food.
Bringing water to the tongue, this fruit helps in digestion Tamarind can be eaten in different ways Pickles, chutney, that’s all Tamarind decoction can be given as an ingredient in various cooking Rujuta suggests eating tamarind powder mixed with milk mold or buttermilk.
Rujuta calls Amalki, the warrior of the disease, ‘the king of winter’ Amalki 6 is one of the ingredients of Chavanprash It can be eaten without Amalki juice If nothing else, Rujuta 7 said to eat amalki with jam This fruit is a source of vitamin C and antioxidants
Sesame seeds are made in many houses during the Capricorn festival like Pujo Parvan In other parts of the country its name is ‘Til Gul’ Sesame seeds rich in essential fats are also essential for strong bones and joints So even if you don’t make nadu, use sesame seeds as a cooking ingredient