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The quest for healthy and yum

May 11, 2009

By day, I’m a marketing professional at a major Retail brand here in the twin cities. By night – a wannabe chef 🙂 Starting this blog with my sister is an extension of my creative and gourmand side. I started cooking when I was living by myself during my Masters degree  here in the US. I thoroughly enjoyed the learning and experimenting that came with it. At first, the urge was to make everything sinfully delicious and fatty that I ate as a child at home. Over the years, I’ve learnt that healthy food does not have to taste like cardboard and I innovate in my own way to create scrumptious, healthy dishes.

My philosophy toward cooking is simple: Food should be flavorful and healthy, always. In my attempts at experimenting, I have often taken traditional Indian recipes and made my own personal changes, to make it lower on calories, cholesterol and fat. I hope OneLifeToEat becomes your source of ultimate recipes. Wishing you all the luck and happiness!

3 Comments leave one →
  1. December 1, 2009 2:39 pm

    Hey Sameera n Sabera………… i loved your blog and the soy milk basundi , chicken poppers n all…
    your philosophy on food matches mine BTW as i believe in healthy n tasty food n healthy does not mean tasteless n bland food….

    • December 1, 2009 2:43 pm

      Thanks for reading Sangeeta! I’m glad you enjoyed the blog. I just had a look at yours too and find it quite interesting. I’ll certainly try some of your recipes. Thanks for stopping by! 🙂


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