Heavenly Tasty Indian Traditional Drink Gujarati Chaas Recipe

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Chaas is a famous traditional desi drink of India. It is made by churning yogurt and cold water together in a pot, using a hand-held instrument called madhani. This can be consumed plain or seasoned with a variety of spices. Chhaachh can be made from fresh yogurt, and the natural flavour of such Chhaachh is mildly sweet. This type of Chhaachh is very close to lassi, with two major differences: Chaas is more dilute than lassi and unlike lassi, Chaas does not have added sugar. Although Chaas can be made from fresh yogurt (curds/dahi), it is more commonly made at home from yogurt that is a few days old and has become sour due to age. Indeed, one of the purposes for making Chhaachh at home is to usefully finish off old yogurt that is lying in the fridge for long. Such Chhaachh has a tangy, slightly sour taste which is considered delicious. A pinch of salt is usually added to it for further enhancement of taste, and other seasonings can be added also, as described below. Continue reading “Heavenly Tasty Indian Traditional Drink Gujarati Chaas Recipe”

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Vegetarianism is the practice of abstaining from the consumption of meat, and may also include abstention from by-products of animal slaughter. Vegetarianism may be adopted for various reasons. Many people object to eating meat out of respect for sentient life. The term “vegetarian” has been in use since sometime before the so far first discovered written use in 1839 to refer to what was previously described as a vegetable regimen or diet, for example in print in 1811. Modern dictionaries based on scientific linguistic principles have always explained its origin as an irregular compound of vegetable and the suffix -arian, but there were amateur attempts, even by a Latin scholar not trained in linguistics, to find other origins of the word. The term was popularized with the foundation of the Vegetarian Society in Manchester in 1847,although it may have appeared in print before 1847. Continue reading “Healthy Indian Traditional Drink Phalse Ka Sharbat”