Kanthai (birds-eye chilli) in brine

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  • Heart and soul dedicated to Kasargod Dwarf cow

    Heart and soul dedicated to Kasargod Dwarf cow

    My passion in understanding native Indian cows such as the famed but increasingly rare breed of Kasargod cows led me to Perla, a village in the interiors of Kasargod district, where I had the good privilege of meeting Mr. Nekkaarakaleya Subrahmanyaprasad. Mr. Prasad has been working for the preservation and upliftment of the Kasargod breed […]

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  • How does Vetiver Grass Root (Ramacham) Plant Amend Soil

    How does Vetiver Grass Root (Ramacham) Plant Amend Soil

    Vetiver should be among one of the essential plants grown in your surrounding area and also in your farms. There are a few varieties of vetiver available throughout India. The south Indian varieties are generally considered superior because it has more aromatic oil in its roots. Farmers or consumers only need its roots for consumption […]

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  • Traditional Processing Methods and Nutritional Benefits of Bamboo Shoot

    Traditional Processing Methods and Nutritional Benefits of Bamboo Shoot

    Traditional Techniques for Processing Bamboo Shoots Bamboo shoots are poisonous! Yes you heard it right. It contains cyanogenic glycosides called taxiphyllin; a type of hydrogen cyanide. It is also the same compound found in tapioca (cassava) leaves and its roots. It is fatal and can kill humans and animals. Having said so there are many […]

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  • Effective Natural ways to Control and use weed

    Effective Natural ways to Control and use weed

    Men sow seeds. Weeds, are God’s deeds. As this saying shows, it really is difficult to compete with weeds while farming. De-weeding becomes a back breaking process without smart planning. Weeds will suck up most of the nutrients from the soil in any available form and some weeds will make their own by using soil, […]

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SIVA KUMAR
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5/5

Exemplary product of course....that tempt me to place the next order at the earliest.......

2 years ago
Renny Varghese
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5/5

Great quality

2 years ago
S V BHASKARA RAO
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5/5

I like the honey. Very good quality.

3 years ago
Sanoj Deepak
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5/5

The same Ceylon Cinnamon. This one's grown in Kerala. The plantation was started by the British.

The only difference is in how the bark is removed. In Srilanka, the stem is beaten till the bark comes out. So It is in the form of a coil. In Kerala, the bark is chipped out using knife.

Taste and aroma is same in both as both are same species grown in different places. Has a mild aroma and a mild and sweet taste. Used for taking directly (supplement) and in sweets and sweet dishes. Light yellow colour.

(The java variety is reddish, violet in colour and has an overpowering and strong taste and aroma. It's used in Biriyani and other non veg dishes. Toxic if taken directly)

3 years ago
Vipin Nair
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5/5

Review for Kerala Stingless Bee Honey (Cheruthen – Small bee Honey)
★ ★ ★ ★ ★

3 years ago
Anuj
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5/5

Excellent Products

5 years ago
Anuj
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5/5

Excellent products

5 years ago
Jagannath Patel
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4/5
5 years ago
ANU
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5/5

It was fine and no leak.

Oil is good. Will book as soon this is over.

6 years ago