About

Hi, my name is Apsara. I am a person who wishes to fit in many things to do at the same time, ranging from healthy cooking and baking to cake decorating and gardening. Passionate about reusing and recycling, minimizing waste and trying my best to lead a sustainable life.

I got inspired by the documentary Food Matters and its related movies, which led me on a quest to making everyday food healthy. In this blog, I document all the changes I have made in my diet and lifestyle to make it healthy. I post recipes using whole grains, using as many whole food ingredients as possible. I do not cook/bake with eggs.  Also included are raw food recipes and fresh vegetable juices.

I would love to hear from you. Feel free to leave a comment or suggestion. It really encourages me to try more.

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112 responses to “About

  1. Hi Apsara,
    I am writing to you on behalf of Quaker India.
    For some time now, we’ve been following your blog and we thought you should know what an amazing job you’re doing! Your passion for food clearly comes through in your work along with your conscientious attitude towards health.
    Would request if you can share your contact details (email & contact no.) with us to explore opportunities of working together.
    Regards,
    Team Quaker India
    quakerindia123@gmail.com

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  2. Hi Apsara

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  3. Thank you for stopping by and following my blog. Though not vegetarian myself, I do try to iclude meatless meals into our dinner time routine. I can’t wait to try some of your recipes 🙂

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