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4 June 2017
We all promised ourselves a healthy Ramadan — no fried pakoras, no fizzy drinks and no skipping suhoor meals. But let’s face it, so far all we’ve done is eat fried items, drink sodas and skip suhoor.
While the first two are still (somewhat) achievable, waking up for suhoor meals requires a lot more than self-restraint. Lack of sleep combined with post-iftar bloating makes it impossible to wake up in the in the middle of the night.
23 May 2017
Let’s face it — waking up groggy and tired before dawn isn’t really the most satisfying part of the holy month but food, as always, makes it all better.
In Ramadan, Muslims around the globe wake up before dawn for suhoor - the meal that keeps you full for the rest of the day till iftar - the breaking of the fast.
If you’re looking to experiment with your suhoor menu then try then try Shakshouka — a rich succulent egg dish that satisfies.
It might look elaborate but it’s really not.
18 May 2017
Let's admit it, most of us here would rather grab a quick cup of coffee from the nearest shop than spend 10 minutes to make a healthy breakfast for ourselves. And that's AFTER fully understanding the importance of the first meal of the day.
Why? Well, 1. We are lazy. 2. We get bored at the sight of same old boring eggs, every day.
But guess what? Eggs are far from boring. This nature's protein-filled goodie is as versatile as a food can be. Scrambled, fried, boiled, baked — the options are endless.