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Usually, the taste of the food varies depending on the type of vessel we are using. The taste of the food made from aluminum pan differs from that of the silverware. Similarly the food made from clay pot tastes very well than all other vessels. 

Clay pot getting popular in terms of taste.

However, I will share a few things about how the flavor of the dish enhanced.

1. Vegetables and greens that are cooked in clay pots retain its nutrients without being wasted, and its color remains unchanged.

2. When cooked in clay pots, it absorbs the heat of the oven/stove and keeps it on for a long time. Food is being cooked in the absorbed heat. This will make sure the food cooked even or uniform and improve the taste of the food.

3. Even though the heat is well absorbed, the outside is not overheated. This makes it easier for us to handle the cookware easily.

4. As clay pot using absorbed heat to cook the vegetables or other recipes, we do not need to be kept in the stove until they are completely cooked. It may be unloaded a little earlier and close with the lid. After 10 to 15 minutes, food will be cooked automatically. This way we can save cooking gas.

5. Foods cooked otherly than pottery, should be taken immediately and store in hot packs for retaining the heat for some time. But when we cook in earthenware, it stays hot for a long time.

This is the reason for the taste.

Try cooking ordinary wheat brine upma and fish curry, the pepper chicken and the pepper mutton curry in clay pot. Its flavor is in next level.

Post comments if there are mistakes.

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When the egg is spoiled, the decomposition becomes. So the molecules in it turn into gas.

As everyone thinks, should there be gas in it, the spoiled eggs are floating? But it doesn't. The gas is discharged through the microscopic holes in the eggshells. This will reduce the density of the egg. So it starts floating. Good eggs submerge in water.

Some eggs will be spoiled even if there is an expiration date. The reason for that is too much heat.

Well, you are going to a super market. Will you take a tumbler with water in it to test good eggs?You can't right? There is a way to check good eggs. Keep the egg in your ear and gently shake it. If you hear too much water, it means that egg is spoiled.
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A calorie is a unit of energy. In nutrition, calories refer to the energy people get from the food and drink they consume, and the energy they use in physical activity. Calories are listed in the nutritional information on all food packaging. Many weight loss programs center around reducing the intake of calories.

An average woman needs to eat about 2000 calories per day to maintain, and 1500 calories to lose one pound of weight per week. An average man needs 2500 calories to maintain, and 2000 to lose one pound of weight per week. However, this depends on numerous factors. These include age, height, current weight, activity levels, metabolic health and several others

Lets see how much calories we have in south Indian food items.

Vegetarian food and its calories
Tamarind Rice - 150g - 415 calories
Vegetable makkani - 150g - 130 calories
Paneer kalimirch - 150g - 346 calories
Parotta - 1 - 80 calories
Chappathi - 2 - 80 calories
Curd rice - 300g - 433 calories
Bisibelabath - 300g - 535 calories
Papad - 1 - 160 calories
Salad - 5 pieces - 60 to 70 calories
Curd pachadi - 80 ml - 112 calories
Gulab jamoon - 40g - 143 calories
Paneer / Butter - 100/60g - 110 to 150 calories
Vegetables side dishes (Aloo gobi, Aloo mutter etc..) - 150g - 306 calories
Sambar - 150g - 199g
Garlic Rasam- 150g - 36 calories
Banana poriyal - 100g - 353 calories
Bottle gaurd - 150g - 415 calories

Dry sweets - 1 pieces or 60 to 80g - 100 to 130 calories
Kheer/ Payasam - 100g - 95 to 120 calories
Salad - 5 vegetable’s pieces - 60 to 70 calories
Fried Rice / Bisebelabath / Vegetable pulav / Vangibath - 100 or 60 g - 75 to 100 calories
Fryums - 5 pieces - 100 calories
Stuffed Parota - 2 - 110 calories
Vegetable soup without cream-100g - 30 to 50 calories
White rice - 60g - 55 calories
Dal/grams products - 60g - 50 to 70g
Rasam - 100ml - 30 calories
Sambar (1 or 2 vegetables) - 100g - 60 calories
Vegetable kootu - 60g - 80 to 100 calories
Curd - 100g - 112 calories
Butter - 100g - 56 calories
Pickle - 1 spoon - 7 to 9 calories
Papad fried - 1 - 160 calories
Jeera pulav - 150g - 388 calories
Jilebi - 100g - 380 calories
Vegetable noodles - 150g - 316 calories

Non veg items
Egg fried rice - 1 plate or 200g - 340 calories
Egg masala - 150g - 343 calories
Garlic chicken - 150g - 314 calories
Chicken Briyani - 1 plate or 200g - 470 calories
Mutton briyani - 1 plate or 200g - 450 calories
Kadai chicken - 200g - 350 calories
Chicken hydrabad - 1 plate or 200g - 700 calories
Chicken lollypop- 1 piece or 60-70g - 100 calories
Chicken chilly fry - 200g - 300 calories
Egg omelette - 1 - 130 calories
Egg and plate curry - 200g - 300 calories
Fish Fry - 100g - 240 calories
Fish curry - 200g - 460 calories
Egg burji masala - 150g - 258 calories

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