If anyone knows about spices, it's @hindavi
. In her native India, she learned the use and benefits that these wonderful ingredients bring to the kitchen; however, currently she lives in Norway, so it is very difficult for her to find the variety and freshness that she would like in her spices, even so, she found a place where she can buy quality spices and she takes us for a walk to know how she does her spice shopping.
In Indonesian gastronomy, the use of a variety of spices is very common, and this is demonstrated by @yulia-hive
when she takes us on a walk to buy spices in a local supermarket. She chooses very well the purchases she will make based on the dishes she plans to prepare for the week.
On this occasion @nurfay
takes us for a walk to a traditional market, where she finds a variety of incredible spices, at a very good price, and with great quality. There are spices that she can hardly buy elsewhere, and that perhaps are unknown in other countries, that's why she chooses this market, because there she finds all the necessary spices for her to cook her delicious Indonesian dishes.
Also, in her great post, @nurfay offers us tips on how to store spices so that they have maximum durability and also guides us on how to use them in the kitchen. A really complete post that she made for this challenge. We congratulate she on her excellent participation.
If anyone learned very well how to use spices to enhance their benefits for human health, that's @daysiselena
, who, after caring for her sister with cancer, learned how to combine spices in food to make the most of their medicinal properties and nutritional. And this time she takes us to a supermarket where she buys spices, and also tells us how she uses them in her dishes.
Below are the transfers of the prizes to the winners
NOW LET'S GO WITH THE NEW “YOUR VEGGIE SHOPPING”
Today we are back, for the Fifth Edition of this weekly vegan challenge YOUR VEGGIE SHOPPING, an activity that has arisen in order to know more about the shopping experience that all of you, Dear users, have to stock your pantry with food either in the markets, in the different commercial establishments or directly in the field, with the producers.
Among the purchases we make to stock our pantries, one of the most important is GRAINS OR BEANS, those wonderful grains that are one of the fundamental bases of vegan cooking. In each country there is a certain variety of grains, which can certainly surprise us. So for this new challenge, corresponding to week 5, we want to go shopping with you, but ONLY TO BUY GRAINS OR BEANS. In this post you will not include vegetables, fruits or spices, only GRAINS OR BEANS, and we also want you to give us tips for buying and preserving these foods.
YOUR VEGGIE SHOPPING # 5 (GRAINS OR BEANS)
Only one post per participant will be accepted.
Post must be published in this Plant Power (Vegan) community.
Please be original - no old content and nothing plagiarized! (The post that incurs in plagiarized will be disqualified).
You must appear in at least two (2) photos making your veggie shopping of grains or beans.
The post must have a minimum length of 300 words in English, (it can be a bilingual post too)
You will tell us about GRAINS OR BEANS, as we indicated in the paragraph before this section.
You must show your purchases.
- We have 3 prizes of 100 @ecency points, 30 foodie each.
- The winners will be announced in the next post.
We look forward to your participation!
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