Tuesday, March 9

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Win A Masala Chai Starter Kit & 1 Months Chai Supply !
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Win A Masala Chai Starter Kit & 1 Months Chai Supply !

Who doesn't love Tea???? The term "chai" itself is synonymous with India. So here's something for all the chai lovers out there...... " Hey! We're Amala Chai, an authentic masala chai start-up based in London. We've just released our Masala Chai Starter Kit - an all in one set to make masala chai at home. It includes; speciality tea sourced from a single estate in Assam, organic spice mix from Kerala, a sieve, and a perfect chai pan (makes 15 cups of chai). To celebrate, we're giving away one of the kits and a 1-month chai supply (30cups) to one lucky winner! All you have to do to enter is subscribe to our mailing list: https://manage.kmail-lists.com/subsc…YEhUT&g=RY2ris The winner will be announced on the 31st of March. - Good luck! Find out more at www.amalachai.com β˜•...
Dispose used cooking oil in the right way and avoid Fines! Germany
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Dispose used cooking oil in the right way and avoid Fines! Germany

Diwali is behind us and Christmas is around the corner. For us Indians, festivals are always a grand affair, and food plays a major role in them. I’m sure all the big Kadahis were out for the preparation of yummy, deep-fried snacks. But, how are you going to dispose the left over oil? As you know, waste separation and recycling is taken very seriously in Germany. Not adhering to the rules can invite warnings and fines too. So, ensure that you dispose used oil in the right way. The Right way forward… Absolutely do not pour it down the sink or toilet.Pour the cooled used oil into a glass container like an old jam jar or a plastic bottle. Seal it tight and put it in the trash (RestmΓΌll).Put it in a plastic bag with enough kitty litter to soak it all up, seal the bag and put it i...
Top 7 Budget-Friendly places to buy clothes, Germany
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Top 7 Budget-Friendly places to buy clothes, Germany

If you live in Germany, or for that matter anywhere in Europe, you very well know by now, that your wardrobe goes on a change cycle every 3 months. You can't wear your summer T-shirts in the winter, can you? Children grow so fast, you can rarely use this year's clothes in the next. Buying clothes and accessories every season, can definitely burn a hole in your pocket. And so, we are always on the look out for great deals. Online shopping has taken over the world right now. A quick search on Google will give you scores of stores to choose from. However, if you prefer the old-fashioned way of hopping from store to store, here is our recommendation on "Where you can buy clothes for cheap!" Ernsting's FamilyH&MC&APrimarkWoolworthKiKTakko Fashion The first 4 on the list are ...
Dressing up your child for European Winters
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Dressing up your child for European Winters

Oh, the dark and gloomy days are already around the corner, the temperatures are dropping down to near zero and the heaters at home are switched on. All you want is to be warm and cozy and the same applies to your child too. Cozy baby = happy baby = relaxed parent! If you are worried and wondering if you have dressed your child appropriately for the winters, worry no more! We have got you totally covered. Here is the perfect guide for dressing up your child in Winter. You just need to keep in mind, one simple rule....LAYERS ! Why layer up? It is any day better to use layers than one single thick pullover. Layering enables heat to get trapped between them, thereby making it more effective to keep your child warm. Moreover, any time the temperatures rise or your child gets too ...
Making your own Indian Spice Blends AKA Masalas
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Making your own Indian Spice Blends AKA Masalas

Oh, cooking these days has become so easy with hundreds of blogs and YouTube channels that guide you step by step. Gone are the days when the ladies had to roast and grind the spices to make delicious meals like Biryani and Pav Bhaji. These spice mixes are now readily available and can be bought off the shelf at most Indian stores. However, with different brands offering the same product, you can't be assured of the authenticity and will have to go by the trial and error method to find out what you like the best. Moreover, the Maharashtrian Goda Masala or the Andhra Gun Powder can be hard to find, especially in places with a smaller customer reach. That being said, making your masalas at home gives you the freedom to customize and tweak spice proportions to best suit your family's needs, ...