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Posted: 23 April 2016 at 9:53am | IP Logged
Originally posted by Anokhisharma

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Maine na starting mein microwave preheat kar diya tha... Phir jab cake daala toh around 1 minute baad cake acche se bake ho raha tha... Upar se accha se bake ho raha tha... Creamy white colour ka tha... Tab jalne ka smell aane laga... Cake baahar nikali toh dekhi ki upar se perfect tha but andar se black ho gaya tha... Papa ne socha ki mujhe khush karne ke liye at least break kar k toh dekh lein... But nahi vo faaltu sa cake toh knife se bhi cut hua

ho sakta ha thumne batter thik se prepare na kiya ho ...

Batter toh mummy ne banaya tha... Bake main karne waali thi... Actually maine recipe book mein thoda galat padh liya tha... Cooking time 15 mins tha maine 15 minutes k liye preheat kar diya

then forget that incident ...thumara cooking luck bahut kharab ha ...

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Originally posted by Rex_Ryan

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Originally posted by trina134

Koi baat nahi, next time khud cook kar lena biryani
[BR]Ab se main stove on bhi nahi karne waali... Maggi tak microwave banaungi
[BR]then try to learn making cakes, pizzas etc ...stove ka janghat he nahi bachega ...or thume saute nhi nahi karna padega
[BR]Cake ke saath toh alag hi tragedy hua tha... Not lyk dis one but literally khatarnaak... Wat u call a complete disaster
then I don't know any other literally safe cooking method ...kisi expert se pucho aapne liye ..,...btw way thume tawa pulaw ke recipe to thik se pata ha na ...khai veggies saute karna last step to nahi tha ...
[BR]Recipe net se nikali thi
[BR]khai aunty ko recipe thik se samagh nahi aaye ho ...ya fir unhe koi or method pata ho ...


Aunty ka veggies almost fry ho gaya hoga nd vo jaldi jaldi sab bana li... Nd as a consequence mujhe abhi glucose peena par raha hai
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Posted: 23 April 2016 at 9:54am | IP Logged
Sabse tragic baat hai ki maine aunty ko toh recipe bhi nahi bataya tha... Sab khud kar li vo
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Posted: 23 April 2016 at 9:55am | IP Logged
Maine pehle hi bola tha ki cooking karne time puri kaaynaat mere against rehti hai
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Posted: 23 April 2016 at 9:58am | IP Logged
Originally posted by Rex_Ryan

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Mornin' peepsCool

Gud evening and v indian folks don't have dinner at 6:40 pm... It's lyk a pj for us... Having dinner so early Smile


Lol, here in US dinner time is between 5:30 (for early birds) and 7:30 (which is the latest). Having late dinners is bad for health and digestion so most people don't eat beyond 7:30.

here, early dinner timing are generally between 6:00pm to 7:30 pm and late 9:00 to 10:30 pm


Hmm yeah, I know, but I advise all of you guys to please not eat beyond 9 PM. It's really very unhealthy for you and causes lot of unnatural body diseases.Ouch

I know one should keep awake for atleast 2hrs after dinner for healthy digestion ...so 9:00 or 9:30 goes okay for me+I usually walk after dinner so not that much problem ...

Yes, if you walk after dinner then it's good. Smile

Mainly, doctors and health specialists strongly recommend for people to eat early, because eating early and sleeping early (by 10 PM at least) helps the body digest at a normal pace.

Our bodies actually have a digestive clock, and it's the same for everyone. Our bodies don't adjust to our schedule, we need to adjust to our body's schedule, so there's a certain time period which is ideal for eating, sleeping and waking up, and if we deviate from our bodies' schedule too much, that's when we begin developing diseases and also have a higher risk for obesity, diabetes and stroke. 

Ideal time for eating dinner is between 5:30-7:30. because that's when our body's digestive system works the strongest, and if we eat between that time, our body completely digests our dinner by the time we sleep, so there are no excessive calories or fats that are left over in our system.

Our body needs to repair itself during nighttime, and that's between 10 PM - 6 AM. Most people nowadays don't sleep until 1 AM and 2 AM, and it's become quite common, but no matter how much human beings may change, it doesn't change nature. Our body's nighttime clock is between 10 PM and 6 AM, when it's dark outside. Once the sun rises, the body needs to be rejuvenated so that it can function properly.

When we sleep late and wake up late, we are disturbing our body's natural systems from working properly.

Of course, sometimes we cannot help it due to work, but we should try to sleep and eat as early as we possibly can, and to wake up early too. Smile
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Posted: 23 April 2016 at 9:59am | IP Logged
Sorry for sounding like a doctor ROFL, but my mom's side of the family are mainly doctors so we've had this hammered into our heads since young.
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Found a very informative article for those who are interested!

5 reasons you should have dinner around sunset

Beware, late dinner can spoil your metabolism, sleep, brain and all your cycles. Find out how


Ever wondered why your parents and grandparents insisted you to have an early dinner and go to bed when you were kids? While they wanted you wake up early for school the next day, they were aware about these numerous health benefits of early dinner that you seem to have forgotten over the years due to your busy lives.

According to the principles of Ayurveda, human body has a lot to do with cycles of nature and sunlight. It recognises the ratri as a period that starts an hour after the sunset. This period is divided into four phases and it is recommended that one should eat dinner in the first phase of ratricharya, if the body's cycle has to be in sync with the nature's cycle. Only if it is in sync with the nature, will it help you keep diseases at bay and lead an overall healthy life.

Prevents obesity: Dinner is ideally the last meal of your day, unless you have developed the horrible habit of waking up in the middle of night and eating. As the day ends, your body processes and metabolism slow down. So, if you eat late, that food is not utilised for energy. It instead gets converted to fat stores, resulting in weight gain.[1]

Reduces gastrointestinal problems: Those who eat late, suffer from digestive problems like acidity, heart burn and bloating because the time gap between dinner and sleep reduces. So, when you lie down to go to sleep, the stomach acid gets refluxed to the esophagus, causing uneasiness. On the contrary, when you eat early, your digestive system processes the food well in time before you go to bed.[2]

Promotes good sleep: Poor digestion due to late dinner has serious effects on the sleep cycle. With nocturnal acidity, cough and heart burn, you will tend to wake up often at nights. Also, with late dinner your water consumption at night increases. So, you'll wake up from sleep to empty your bladder again and again. This results in poor sleep quality.

Allows systems to re-energize: Early dinner gives your brain and other organs of the body time to focus on re-energizing themselves for the next day instead of working on digestion, absorption and nutrient extraction, forced on them by having late dinner.

You feel refreshed the next day: Your biological clock of the body is programmed based on sunrise and sunset pattern. When you allow your body's systems to work the way they are programmed, you'll hardly feel lethargic and tired the next day.

If overtime at the office, late night dinner parties or clubbing compel you to shift your dinner timings, here are some ways you can make adjustments to your routine and still eat on time.

  • If you're still in your office, college or outside at sunset, eat something light that is easily digestible. Preferably, eat a sandwich, dosa, fruits, nuts or grilled vegetables. Here's how you can have light yet filling dinner.
  • After going home, avoid eating an entire heavy meal. Preferably, drink warm milk or eat fruits two hours before your bedtime. You can try these top 51 healthy recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks.
  • Avoid late night dinner parties as far as possible. Since it won't completely avoidable, make sure you don't skip a meal at sunset in order to eat at the party. In fact, if you eat early, you won't feel hungry late night.
  • Don't skip breakfast or lunch. It will completely ruin your eating schedule for the day.

Image source: Getty images

http://www.thehealthsite.com/diseases-conditions/5-reasons-you-should-have-dinner-around-sunset/

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Posted: 23 April 2016 at 10:01am | IP Logged
Originally posted by ..RamKiJanaki..

Sorry for sounding like a doctor[=))], but my mom's side of the family are mainly doctors so we've had this hammered into our heads since young.

No problem... Tragedy se recover karne ke liye koi tip ho toh batana

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