Wash the vegetables before cutting to keep vitamins in, put half tea spoon fat free oil in to a pan and put the vegetable in it. Add one spoon water and cover it. Heat under mild flame or heat. The vegetable will be cooked by the steam.If necessary keep adding one spoon water or spray water on the hot vegetable and cover again. If you like you can add a pinch of salt and pinch of red pepper /black pepper powder on it. Eat with roti (Indian bread made of wheat flour, available in supermarket in frozen section) or freshly cooked rice. Rice is best cooked in rice cooker Have some soup too with it. Tomato or sweet corn are good for you. Most vegetables can be cooked by the above method. Some take time.Egg plant and okra cook very fast. Be sure to look for any insects inside. Remove the piece around that completely.When you cook cabbage or cauliflower in water instead of throwing the water away use it to make soup. You will be very healthy .
Three essentials -Don't cook in oil, don't deep fry, don't use oil that was used once, don't cut vegetables and wash, don't eat preserved food, eat freshly cooked meal, eat light.
Get a raw food which was dried well and then use the temperature of boiling point in abnormal.
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