21 May 2017
Blessed and joyful as it is, the holy month of Ramadan can be a challenging time, especially when you have a hectic day. Hunger and thirst combined with a prevailing sense of restriction result in mood swings, arguments and boredom — things that are in total contradiction with the essence of fasting.
Food, as always takes up a great deal of time and effort not in just in our daily routine but in our minds too. So, instead of spending good hours trying to figure out what to cook in a cranky mood, it’s better to plan ahead.