Many of us dread the cold winter months as they bring on a gloomy mood. This depressed state is often referred to as the “winter blues” by media outlets and lifestyle magazines. It could be the cold weather or the shorter and darker days that
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The author has lived in Africa, Ireland, Britain, Thailand, Indonesia and Canada and added recipes taught to her by her Punjabi mother and Bengali mother-in-law. The cooking style is a ‘fusion’ of all these but the practical approach is towards renewal and sustainance of a
People of Earth are natually vegetarians. 21st century vegetarianism stems from concern for personal health, environment, world hunger, compassion for animals, conviction in non-violence, natural food preference, or some vague secular reasons.