Edible Oil

Edible Oil

Edible Oils

‘Good oil like good wine is a gift form the gods’ – George Ellwanger

Edible Oil

Groundnut oil, sunflower oil, mustard oil, canola oil, rice bran oil, olive oil…the list is endless so are the brands. Oil is almost a must for all dishes but it is a very tricky ingredient. Too little or too less can make or break your dish. Choosing the best oil and also keeping its benefits in mind is a difficult task. Consumer VOICE experts have done it for you.

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If you live in India, it is very likely that you have mustard oil on your grocery list every month. It is an essential ingredient, and some foods like ladyfinger taste best when cooked in it.

Mustard Oil is one of the common Indian kitchen ingredients that cannot be replaced. Its unique and pungent flavor, and its ability to make foods taste divine.

Health fads have become an inseparable part of people’s lives today. People are always looking for something that will help improve their health quickly and allow them to avoid health issues.

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Edible Oil

Edible Oil

Edible Oils ‘Good oil like good wine is a gift form the gods’ - George Ellwanger Groundnut oil, sunflower oil, mustard oil, canola oil, rice bran...

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Curd

Curd

Curd Curd or dahi has been in human consumption since ancient times in India. Health benefits of curd cannot be undermined – but remember to have...

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Ghee

Ghee

Ghee A spoonful of ghee is all that you need for good food, good health and strong immunity.Ghee has been in almost all Indian kitchens since time...

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Curd

Curd

Curd

Curd or dahi has been in human consumption since ancient times in India. Health benefits of curd cannot be undermined – but remember to have only the healthiest and the safest ones.

curd

With parathas or simply curd rice in a hot Indian summer can melt your heart and soothe your soul. Consumer VOICE has been testing various food items including curd in government approved labs to help you choose the healthiest brand of curd for your family. Simply sit back and relax while we do the testing for you!

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The curd is one of the Indian superfoods that’s gaining a lot of global attention these days. 

Summers are possibly the worst time of the year for your digestion and gut health. 

We all grew up hearing from our parents and grandparents about how excellent curd is for health. Well, it seems that our elders were right.

Most of us assumed that curd and yogurt were two different names of the same thing. This is not the case. Curd has specific properties that make it unique and so does yogurt. 

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Edible Oil

Edible Oil

Edible Oils ‘Good oil like good wine is a gift form the gods’ - George Ellwanger Groundnut oil, sunflower oil, mustard oil, canola oil, rice bran oil, olive oil…the list is endless so are the brands. Oil is almost a must for all dishes but it is a very tricky...

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Curd

Curd

Curd Curd or dahi has been in human consumption since ancient times in India. Health benefits of curd cannot be undermined – but remember to have only the healthiest and the safest ones. With parathas or simply curd rice in a hot Indian summer can melt your heart and...

read more
Ghee

Ghee

Ghee A spoonful of ghee is all that you need for good food, good health and strong immunity.Ghee has been in almost all Indian kitchens since time immemorial. Whether it is home made or brought from the market, a spoonful of ghee is a must in dal, parathas and even...

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Ghee

Ghee

Ghee

A spoonful of ghee is all that you need for good food, good health and strong immunity.

Ghee

Ghee has been in almost all Indian kitchens since time immemorial. Whether it is home made or brought from the market, a spoonful of ghee is a must in dal, parathas and even some curries. But with the market flooded with several brands of ghee, which is the best one is often confusing. Whether to opt for desi ghee or cow ghee or organic and what to look out for is an important question. Consumer VOICE tests all brands of ghee to help you choose the best.

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Vanaspati is an industrial product and formed by partial hydrogenation of refined edible vegetable oil or oils. 

Ghee is a clarified type of butter, meaning that it has been simmered into a concentrate and the residue has been removed. 

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Edible Oil

Edible Oil

Edible Oils ‘Good oil like good wine is a gift form the gods’ - George Ellwanger Groundnut oil, sunflower oil, mustard oil, canola oil, rice bran oil, olive oil…the list is endless so are the brands. Oil is almost a must for all dishes but it is a very tricky...

read more
Curd

Curd

Curd Curd or dahi has been in human consumption since ancient times in India. Health benefits of curd cannot be undermined – but remember to have only the healthiest and the safest ones. With parathas or simply curd rice in a hot Indian summer can melt your heart and...

read more
Ghee

Ghee

Ghee A spoonful of ghee is all that you need for good food, good health and strong immunity.Ghee has been in almost all Indian kitchens since time immemorial. Whether it is home made or brought from the market, a spoonful of ghee is a must in dal, parathas and even...

read more