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Chali tho chachi potunna. daily 6-10 times Tea tagutunna. 

amaina manchi alternatives cheppandi baa.

Coffee / liquor ani mathram cheppaddu please :) 

TIA

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Just now, vatsayana said:

Chali tho chachi potunna. daily 6-10 times Tea tagutunna. 

amaina manchi alternatives cheppandi baa.

Coffee / liquor ani mathram cheppaddu please :) 

TIA

ate elanti alternatives kavali ??

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1 minute ago, TensionNahiLeneka said:

green tea oka 2 times taagochu

 

1 minute ago, TensionNahiLeneka said:

inko 2 time, just water heat chesukoni taageseeyi

 

1 minute ago, TensionNahiLeneka said:

migilina 2 times as usual regular tae taagu 

Thx baa. inka emaina vunnaya ? 

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2 minutes ago, vatsayana said:

Chali tho chachi potunna. daily 6-10 times Tea tagutunna. 

amaina manchi alternatives cheppandi baa.

Coffee / liquor ani mathram cheppaddu please :) 

TIA

Chali ki tea endhi saami... Heater esukunte you will not feel Chali kada Intlo....y 6-10 times drinking tea..until unless you are working outside ....

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NO-COFFEE COLD-COFFEE

 

METHOD Coffee Powder • 100 gm chickpeas (chole) Cold Coffee SERVES 1 • 1 cup coconut milk keep in freezer for 3 hours • 3 dates, seedless • 1 teaspoon coffee powder Method for making coffee powder 1. Take a pan & roast the chickpeas on a medium flame. Continuously stir for at least 20 minutes, until the chickpeas become dark chocolately brown all across. Keep stirring continuously, otherwise they may burn. Make sure they are dark chocolatey brown, otherwise you will not get the coffee flavour. 2. Let the chickpeas cool. Then, grind them finely and sieve them. 3. Then, grind & sieve the leftover granules one more time. Repeat this procedure thrice. 4. Store the sieved powder in an air tight container in the fridge. Method for making cold coffee 5. Place the coconut milk, dates & coffee powder in a blender & blend until smooth. 6. Pour in glasses and serve.

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COCONUT CHAAS INGREDIENTS SERVES 2, MAKES 750 ml • 2 cups coconut milk • 1 cup water • ¼ cup mint leaves • 2 ½ tablespoon lemon juice • 1 teaspoon rock salt • 1 teaspoon roasted cumin powder (bhuna jeera powder) METHOD 1. Place everything except the roasted cumin powder into a blender and blend until smooth. 2. And the roasted cumin powder from the top. Stir well. Let it cool in the refrigerator for a while and serve

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1 minute ago, ameriprise said:

Chali ki tea endhi saami... Heater esukunte you will not feel Chali kada Intlo....y 6-10 times drinking tea..until unless you are working outside ....

Heater ekkuva pedithe intlo voorukotledu baa. mukku lo nunchi blood vostundi ani gola chestunnaru. appatiki humidifier petta. aina voorukovatledu :( 

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9 minutes ago, vatsayana said:

Chali tho chachi potunna. daily 6-10 times Tea tagutunna. 

amaina manchi alternatives cheppandi baa.

Coffee / liquor ani mathram cheppaddu please :) 

TIA

gaddi kottu bussss. @3$%

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4 minutes ago, vatsayana said:

Heater ekkuva pedithe intlo voorukotledu baa. mukku lo nunchi blood vostundi ani gola chestunnaru. appatiki humidifier petta. aina voorukovatledu :( 

Dress accordingly baa… socks, full pants and sweater lantivi vesuko… and warm water sip cheyyu 

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