Turmeric is a kitchen staple . . .
In India and is found in just about every dish there. It is less common in the West and is often called the poor man’s saffron because of its deep yellow hue and because it is often added as a filler in saffron sold in the US. Turmeric is what gives mustard its distinctive yellow color. Because it is very mild in flavor, turmeric can be added to just about anything without really changing the flavor profile of the dish.
So why is turmeric in almost every Indian dish?
Read more in my guest post over at Mommypotamus today.
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Food to Fitness says
Thanks for the info. Very helpful.
Betty Chavez says
I am very confused. I found a link on Pinterest for the Tumeric Mask, which took me to a tumblr site, which took me here. Now that my journey has taken awhile, I am STILL LOOKING FOR THE RECIPE for it. ARE YOU HIDING IT?
I tried printing it, which is just the same page WITH NO RECIPE. The links to naturalremedies, etc on tumblr are a joke. You thus far appear to be as well.
IF YOU DO NOT HAVE THE RECIPE FOR THE TUMERIC MASK, DON’T SAY SO, AND DON’T ASK US TO DOWNLOAD NOTHING.
I was considering signing up for your newsletter,but if you can’t deliver on this item, do you deliver on anything else, or just lead us to various purchases you are affiliated with.
An explanation would be nice, as this has been driving me crazy,.
Lindsey Gremont says
I do not run any other sites that direct traffic to this post. I just wrote a guest post over at Mommypotamus which we bloggers do sometimes to help another blogger out when they need to take a break. I am so sorry you had this happen to you. I can assure you that I do not think that is a good user experience at all and I wish I could stop this practice but I have no way to control how people share my content! Again – very sorry.
click on the green line that says ‘learn more in my guest post over at mommyopolis’ and it will take you directly to the recipe and a very good post –