Samosa has been the most craved and missed snack across the country during lockdown. Every other day, someone made and posted photos of samosas from home. The samosa was the star snack always and has become the star of lockdown food too.
Food Safety is of utmost importance but sometimes we forget the grade of ingredients that are used in our food preparation on a regular basis. They may contain components that are very toxic like heavy metals. We use chocolate, rice, fish-based ingredients, spices, water regularly, without being aware of the harm it can cause to our health.
Hosting lunches and dinners are fun but left-over food can become difficult to handle, especially curries as they have shorter shelf-lives than breads.The leftover food, if meant to be eaten later the same day, should be refrigerated within two hours of holding at room temperature after cooking.
At TQS Global, our research and studies have time and again proved that one of the best forms of protection against rising cases of Coronavirus is prevention. It is advised to enhance your immune system with wholesome foods and drinks to stay healthy, full of energy, and feel good.
We are living in uncertain times but it's reassuring to know that we have some weapons we can use to fight COVID-19 in our homes. The bottom line: keep washing your hands, use 70 percent hand sanitiser, dust off the bleach and open a window to let in the spring air. Stay Safe!
Understanding water standards help in understanding different types of waters available in market and thereby make life much simpler. Also, it gives better clarity about the type of water to consume while travelling to avoid falling sick.
Washing hands with soap and water is one of the key public health practices that can significantly slow the rate of a pandemic and limit the number of infections, preventing a disastrous overburdening of hospitals and clinics. But the technique works only if everyone washes their hands frequently and thoroughly.
Washing hands with soap has become the need of the hour and is one of the most effective ways to battle the pandemic and win over coronavirus.
Food is an integral part of our lives since time immemorial. It is essential to survival and that is why it has been part of many ancient scriptures as well, guiding us through good food practices.