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Wheatgrass - How To Grow Wheatgrass At Home

Wheatgrass, how to grow wheat grass at home easily without soil and with soil. Yes, I am sharing two methods to grow wheatgrass at home, with soil and without soil. Wheatgrass is a superfood which you should slowly include in your diet. Wheatgrass is the young grass of the wheat plant which can be juiced and consumed. Wheatgrass juice has high chlorophyll content and high in nutrients. Wheatgrass is the easiest and fastest variety of grass to grow. Wheatgrass contains many vital nutrients that may serve as a regenerative and protective factors in human health. It also helps to boost your energy especially for those undergoing treatments for cancer. It can prevent and help to manage many lifestyle diseases. I am sharing 2 methods to grow wheat grass at home. The soil method and soil less method, so that you can choose which method works for you. I used an old container and filled with some soil, mixed cow dung and water and added the soaked grains. For the soil less method, I used

Homemade Peanut Butter In 1 Minute - How To Make Peanut Butter In A Mixie/Mixer Grinder

how to make homemade peanut butter in 1 minute in an Indian mixie/mixer grinder. Learn how to make oil and sugar free natural peanut butter at home. The healthy fats in peanut butter are heart healthy and making peanut butter at home is so healthy minus the unhealthy fats, preservatives and added sugar which comes along with store-bought peanut butter. Peanut butter is an excellent protein rich spread for kids lunch boxes or as a healthy snack for bachelors and college students. Sharing my version of all natural oil and sugar free peanut butter in just 1 minute in your mixie. Peanut butter video recipe: Peanut Butter Protein Balls/Bites: Healthy snacks for bachelors:

Ragi Roti Recipe - Diabetic Recipes

how to make ragi roti, ragi roti recipe/ragi rotti is a healthy alternative to wheat roti. sharing an easy way to make soft ragi/finger millet flatbread. Ragi roti is a diabetic friendly meal and is a healthier option for those with diabetes. Finger millet is gluten free and easy to digest. It is a bit difficult to make roti with ragi as the dough will start to break once you roll out.  I am sharing some tips and suggestions to make soft ragi roti which can be served with dal or sabzi. pls watch my video for full instructions and ingredients.