Tag: Fruits

Pick your Date
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Pick your Date

By Shadan Muneer, Freelance Journalist Fruits have been an intrinsic part of our diet from time immemorial. Apart from a variety of wild fruits, there are several types which have been grown methodically by human beings from ages. Every kind of fruit boasts of incredible health benefits and can be consumed by people of all…

People confuse Litchi to be Strawberry !
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People confuse Litchi to be Strawberry !

By V. Shourabh Litchi fruit wasn’t a common sight in Mysuru in those days. But in the modern day, Litchi fruits have made it to the markets of Mysuru. Litchi is a fleshy fruit and is a native of Southeast Asia. This small flavoured fruit is packed with essential nutrients, fibres and antioxidants. The outer…

The wait is over. Time to savour  Summer Fruits
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The wait is over. Time to savour Summer Fruits

Absolute indulgence has just made its way into the city straight from Pune and Bengaluru. We’re talking here about the arrival of exotic summer fruits like Jamun, Litchi, Mangoes and Fig. It is time to enjoy a glass full of fresh strawberries or other fruits with oodles of fresh cream. Served in a generous quantity,…

Fruitful fascination
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Fruitful fascination

A large number of plants and trees, presently raised not only in different areas across the country but also over many other regions of the world that are compatible with the prevailing volatile climate and soil conditions in those territories, originate from the hither-to-not-much-noticed South American continent, particularly Brazil, perching at the top spot for…

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