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    Hemant Trivedi (@ 203-*) on: Tue Mar 23 05:04:21 EST 2004




    Hello Kalyani,
    Just wetten the surface of papads very lightly with water , do not dip in water.
    Try starting at 30 seconds first .
    Never roast papads as it is in micro.They become red and presence of soda in it may cause sparks.





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    hemakk (@ ip68*) on: Tue Mar 23 09:31:57 EST 2004




    hallo hemantji,

    i tried your receipe malai kofta, it cameout very well, taste also very good, thank you., my husband also send his thanks and regards to you.

    i have one more question, in your receipe (malai kofta) in the gravy prepartion,you didnt mention when can we add the mashed potato.

    but i add just in last and turn out fire., i thought its correct, but i dont know.

    if you have time, pl. reply this query.





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    Ka (@ cach*) on: Tue Apr 6 18:13:52




    hi hemant,
    tried badhusa,cameout little hard.but tasted good.I don't know the madhuwadai dough consistancy. So i made the dough like gulabjamun dough(instant mix).Is that correct or should i make more loose dough to get soft badhusa.Thanks in advance.





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    Devi (@ cs17*) on: Wed Apr 7 11:08:48 EDT 2004




    Dear Kalyani,
    I do papad in microwave,it comes out well without sparks.I don't apply water.Just place the papad and press popcorn button.wait for a second and turn it,you will get a good roasted papads. Try this..
    Devi





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    suman (@ ool-*) on: Fri Apr 9 11:32:46 EDT 2004




    Hello hemantji
    i have a question about beetroot.
    i happen to buy beets and when i peel the skin lightly and cut the vegetable , i get a strong falvor/ ordor like "gamagazine" a medicine used for roaches. i was afraid to cook with it so i threw the whole thing. i wanted to use it for dhals and soups but hte smell turned me off.
    can you give me more insight into this.
    what should i do ? i have washed it well. i dont wnat to get some cancer because i felt that they may use some stong fer tilizer to grow this.
    i really appreciate your feed back and opinion on this one.
    thanks in advance.
    suman





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    Hemant Trivedi (@ 203-*) on: Sat Apr 10 14:01:33 EDT 2004




    Hello Suman,
    Generally Beet has that earthy smell about it when you peal .If you wash diced pieces in common salt water and then later with plain water, you would not find the smell.
    Do not worry about strong fertilizers.You must however be careful about pesticides and herbicides sprayed on Leafy vegetables , Cauliflower and Okra.(These vegetables need a lot of pesticides).





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    Ivete (@ pr7-*) on: Mon Apr 12 07:36:03 EDT 2004




    Dear Mr.Trivedi, how are you?
    Now that you mentioned the pesticides on vegetables, I'd like to know if you have a method of getting rid of the pesticides when you wash them. Usually I wash them in running water and sometimes I leave them soaking in water and vinegar.
    I buy my vegetables from a local street market. The vendors are the producers themselves. They say they don't put anything in their products but I don't believe. I think it's just a marketing trick. At least their vegetales and fruits taste much better than the ones from the supermarkets.





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    Hemant Trivedi (@ 203-*) on: Mon Apr 12 11:40:23 EDT 2004




    Hello Ivete,
    How are you?
    Yes, one way to know if they use pesticides is , if you do not find any worm holes in cabbage, or if you find pure white cauliflower or vegetables without tale tale holes made by insects, please understand that the vegetables are having a liberal dose of pesticides.
    I would suggest you to first wash the vegetables in running water and then use vinegar solution /3percent alkalinesoda-bi-carb solution.Soak vegetables for 6 to 7 minutes.
    And again wash with running water.
    You will get rid of most of the pesticides.





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    Ivete (@ pr10*) on: Mon Apr 12 12:18:23 EDT 2004




    Hi, Mr. Trivedi,
    Thank you for being so prompt. I'll check my vegetables for the holes you've mentioned and wash them with that solution.
    Thank you very much!





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    Roopa (@ cach*) on: Tue Apr 13 15:45:54 EDT 2004




    Hey Hemant..
    Could you please give the recipe of dharwad phede.





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