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Turmeric


A fresh batch of Turmeric has been harvested from my terrace garden...


Turmeric is regarded as an anti-cancer substance which is another strong reason to put Turmeric on your daily list of good nutritional therapies. And it also makes great Thai Yellow curry...



15 Health Benefits of Turmeric & Why it is Good for Weight Loss



20 comments:

  1. What beautiful color the turmeric has! Wow! I had no idea what it looks like. Have a grand day!

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  2. I put turmeric in almost everything, every dish that I cook, even my breakfast Ksshi cereal flakes & oatmeal ( along with cinammon & a little red
    pepper ). Even two-year-old Harper would say, "Bite, Nana," and she LIKED it. Turmeric has so many health benefits but I never saw it fresh & beautiful like yours. I always take it - & many other Indian spices & seeds when I return home. They are a fraction of the cost here.

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  3. Oh my goodness! That looks incredible! I love curry, and it looks like y'all know exactly what you're doing with it. thank y ou for joining us for Photo Friday again this week!

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  4. I was just considering some fresh tumeric at the store this week. Your second photo makes me hungry! Yum!

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  5. How awesome that you grow your own!

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  6. Oh wow, how cool you grow it yourself. so satisfying cooking with stuff you've grown in your own garden :)

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  7. Great to have a garden to grow your own!

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  8. It is nice that you can grow it in your terrace garden. I do not believe I have ever had turmeric. Have a happy day and new week ahead!

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  9. Wow, that's a gorgeous piece of turmeric.

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  10. Great many uses! Lovely photo of Turmeric!!
    Have a Great Week!!
    Peace :)

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  11. I've never seen fresh tumeric - thanks for giving me a peek!
    Thanks for linking up at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/07/bug-eyes.html regularly. Hope to see you there this week - the linky's open!

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  12. That is the first time I have seen fresh turmeric I have only ever seen it in a jar heheh!

    Have a spicetastic day

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  13. I had no idea turmeric grew like that. I have only seen it in ground format before. Great information here today. Thanks.

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  14. I havent seen a plant version of this spice! Looks like ginger! Thanks for sharing.

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  15. Beautiful colours!
    Have a great week http://parentclub.ca/2015/07/ww-w-linky-parent-club-2/

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  16. Beautiful colour and I love turmeric :)

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  17. I've cooked with it and knew about how good it is for health, but never saw it growing! Very interesting. Can you preserve it past the growing season ?

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    1. We preserve the rhizomes by leaving it in the soil. It will lie preserved until the next growing season.

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  18. Thanks for sharing your great post with us at What Are You Doing? Blog Hop!!!

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