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 Helthy Eating. Nepali Style!!
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Posted on 06-11-09 11:37 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Brothers and Sisters,

I have trying to find some healthy alternatives to our regular daal, bhaat but salad just does not make the cut. Also the American recipes of healthy eating seems and tastes too wierd to me. I know there must be a lot of people eating healthy everyday so wanted to see what other folks are eating out there.

It would be great if we could share some Nepalese items which are great to eat and are good for health.

For starters, I have been eating wheat tortillas with daal, golbheda ko achar, and dahi tastes great but can't do it twice a day. :-)

Thank you everyone.



 
Posted on 06-11-09 12:28 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Masta DAL, BHAT, kukhura or khasi ko masu, tomato ko achar khane ani sutne.


 
Posted on 06-11-09 12:47 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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नेपाली खाना स्वस्थ छैन भनेर बिकल्प खोज्नु चै मुर्ख्यै हो। तर एतीहो कि मात्रा मिलएर खान जान्नु पर्‍यो। दाल र भात मात्र हसुर्ने होइन कि तिनिहरु सँगइ प्रसस्त हरियो सागसब्जी हरु खानु पर्‍यो। मासु पनि हप्तामा एक पटक अथवा थोरै थोरै एदी दैनिक खाने हो भने । भातको मात्रा पनि धेरै नै घटाएर तरकारी को मात्रा चै बढाउनु पर्‍यो। अनी मुख्य कुरो जस्तो खान खाए पनि पेट फुटुन्जेल खानु भएन।  एती गर्न सक्यो भने दुरासेल बिकल्प खोज्नै पर्दैन। आफ्नै स्वदमा स्वस्थ खाना।

 
Posted on 06-11-09 3:14 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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duracell, Nepali khana is the best man..cant have or create a replacement for it. So dont regret eating Nepali and stop your search for US alternative, you will end up being unhealthy.
Just make sure that you have a breakfast(cereals n milk), good lunch(dal bhat tarkari or watever) and a dinner( same again) hehe. And always eat dinner 2 hours before going to bed. Exercise. You will be fine.

 
Posted on 06-11-09 6:48 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Thanks a lot harikancha bro tara bhudi phutne gari khana hunna bhanera malai pani tha cha and I bet everyone else knows that much. bikalpa khojeko le matra yaha tapai samu prasna rakheko..bikalpa thaha chaina bhane thikai cha thank you for trying...

Just wanted to see if anyone had any interesting alternatives. ....

Mr Hunter-on the spot-dal bhat is the best..nothing can ever beat that...
 
Posted on 06-11-09 7:02 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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you can make nepali khana healthier.
Things I would reccomend:

1. If you eat rice for every meal, eat brown rice instead of white. Brown rice has more fiber and contains minerals not present in white. I actually like Brown Basmati, which you can probably find in an Indian grocery.

2. Cook vegetables in less oil and may be use olive oil. Same applies for meat. Avoid red meat and if you eat chicken, cook skinless chicken breasts.

3. The spices itself are not unhealthy so don't think that spicy food is unhealthy.


 FF

 
Posted on 06-11-09 11:34 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Harikanchha said it best. also replace rice with wheat flour(wheat chakki aata roti) in the evening. alternate meat with fish and try foot long subway once or twice a week(if u r tired of cooking) in a wheat bread with all vegies, and choice of ur meat or tuna. its really affordable. $5 cant beat tht deal. Dont forget the breakfast, the most imp. meal. Start ur morning with 2 slice of wheat bread 1 cup of milk 1 banana or cup of cereal.

 
Posted on 06-12-09 12:52 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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The Newar Cuisine is a unique type of cuisine. Mustard oil and a host of spices, such as cumin, sesame seeds, turmeric, garlic, ginger, methi, bayleaves, cloves, cinnamon, pepper, chili, mustard seeds, vinegar, etc. are used in cooking. The cuisine served in the festivals is considered as the best diet cuisine. The grilled meat over the flames of dried wheat plants makes a delicious and spicy typical newari food called choila. In various occasions people from this tribe cook varieties of food depending on the climate and occasions. Newars use baji(beaten rice) in various occasions. A typical Newari serving consists of the beaten rice, choila, different beans, spiced potatoes, kachila (semi-cooked spiced minced meat) spinach, bara, bitter soups and typically two kinds of liquor. Thwon and aila are the common liquors that Newar make at home.


Source:WIKIPEDIA


but problem with Newa cusine where you can buy THULO KHASIKO MASU in the State?


 


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