Govind Bhog is a rice cultivated mostly in West Bengal in India. It is a short grain, white, aromatic, sticky rice having a sweet buttery flavor.
Organic split (sorghum) jowar dalia makes a naturally nutritious porridge especially for people wanting a wheat alternative. Cook in water and then add rock salt and / or any of conscious food natural sweeteners. Seeds of this product are indigenous and come from small farmers in Rajasthan. Jowar dalia makes a healthy diet since it is gluten-free.
Made from choicest gram crop by dry roasting and grinding into a powdered form, sattu provides much-needed energy for day-long work without being heavy on the stomach.
A healthier variation to the everyday poha is the red poha, which is made from red rice. In the recent times, red rice has garnered much attention because of its health benefiting properties. The red colour is due to the presence of a pigment called anthocyanin, which is also a flavonoid. Moreover, unlike white rice, red rice doesn’t undergo excessive processing, and as such the other bran layer remains intact, which is rich is fiber, vitamin B, and minerals like calcium, zinc, iron, manganese, magnesium etc. Red rice is also enriched with antioxidants that help in fighting free radicals in our body, preventing the risk of diseases like cancer.