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“Ev­ery time I en­ter the kitchen, there is an urge to re­place an un­healthy in­gre­di­ent with some­thing that does won­ders for the sys­tem. It may not work each time, but when it does, the sat­is­fac­tion is un­ex­plain­able,” says Singh, known across the re­gion for pro­vid­ing some of the health­i­est and tasti­est dishes for par­ties, get-to­geth­ers as well as pro­vid­ing gift­ing op­tions for the past 18 years.

Give me Taste

Be­liev­ing that un­less healthy cook­ing trans­lates into a treat for the palate, it will never be­come pop­u­lar, this lady, who only makes veg­e­tar­ian fare en­sures that when­ever some­thing new comes out of her kitchen, it goes through sev­eral rounds of tast­ing ses­sions among fam­ily mem­bers and close friends be­fore hit­ting the mar­ket. From mak­ing south In­dian dishes like idli sam­bar with­out oil, to ladoos with be­san atta and as­sorted seeds in gur, her cook­ing has tak­ers from di­verse age groups.

Tra­di­tion­ally Fes­tive

Re­fut­ing the ob­ser­va­tion that tra­di­tional In­dian sweets have been over­taken by bak­ery prod­ucts dur­ing the fes­tive sea­son, Singh says, “My healthy ladoos which use jag­gery in­stead of sugar sell like hot cakes.”

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Bhawna Singh, founder, Nat­u­rally Yours

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