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Sangita Das/ Diet Recipies/ Author /Instructor / Vegetarian Indian Cooking

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  • schawlia
    All, Are you interested in Indian foods ? Do you feel that the resturants do not completely satisfy your appetite ? Do you want to make your own healthy
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 7, 2005
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      All,

      Are you interested in Indian foods ? Do you feel that the resturants
      do not completely satisfy your appetite ? Do you want to make your
      own healthy version of Indian diets ?

      Sangita Das is an expert on Indian Diet Cuisines. She started
      cooking as a hobby specializing in Bengali Cuisines. Having lived in
      various parts of India she has extended her expertise beyond the
      State of Bengal to rest of India.

      Sangita is a dietician from India with an MS degree in Nutrition
      Science. Her work trained her in Naturopathic Diets in various
      hospitals in India.

      The west has vegetarianism, but India has incorporated elements of
      Ayurveda in it's own version.

      Most vegetarian diets may not be palatable, but Sangita worked in
      hospitals where she was in charge of the kitchen, and thus had to
      make the recipies exciting to the patients.

      Some of the hospitals she worked in are as follows, Mallaya Appolo
      in Bangalore, Yoga and Nature Cure Hospital in Dharmasthala near
      Mangalore, and Institute of Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences in
      Bangalore.

      She has a book of her most popular Nature Diet recipies. It sells at
      various centers for natural healing, in India. In the Bay Area, her
      book can be found in the EastWest Bookstore in Mountain View. The
      book sells for $5.

      She has had several cooking shows on TV broadcast channel ETV
      Kannada in Bangalore.

      She has conducted a powerpoint workshop of recipies for Obesity,
      Brain-Boost, and Bengali Cuisines at the EastWest Bookstore.
      One can buy this whole presentation on a data DVD (1 GIG) containing
      powerpoint slides, and MPEG videos. The DVD sells for $10.

      Sangita can instruct/organize workshops on Indian vegetarian and non-
      vegetarian recipes, and diet recipies for various diseases.

      Rates are $25 for a 2 hour class, per person. Contact 831-375-5144
      to leave a message.

      Regards,
      ===
      Sangita Das
      Monterey Bay
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