In today’s episode Billy Buttery and her guest Nishta Saxena MSc. RD talk food and culture with a nutritional twist. Nishta is a registered dietitian, a wealth of knowledge, and such a fun story teller. Billy and her share some laughs, but when it comes to family nutrition Nishta is no nonsense. Fee
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In today’s episode Billy Buttery and her guest Nishta Saxena MSc. RD talk food and culture with a nutritional twist. Nishta is a registered dietitian, a wealth of knowledge, and such a fun story teller. Billy and her share some laughs, but when it comes to family nutrition Nishta is no nonsense. Feeding your family doesn’t have to be hard, or expensive as she explains. Nishta shares a couple recipes in the episode, which are mouth watering and easy. But it’s her story telling that draws you in. Her story of the true love between her parents is heartwarming.“They were doing shocking stuff in 1968 to not have arrange marriages, and to just madly fall in love with each other while they were doing their university degrees. It was pretty Romeo and Juliet for the times.”- Nishta Saxena For reference:Father - Mowgli style food / “typical” restaurant Indian food / Located in northern IndiaMother - Mumbai originally Persian decent / Located in western India Recipes Nishta teaches in the episode:Canned salmon mashed up with:green applemayolemon Super Easy Dinner Mealheat pot with oil: grape seed or canolaadd in:turmericcoriandercumingaramasalablack paper sauteadd in:garliconions saute1/2 cup diced tomatoescook together, add more spice to taste1 cup of rinsed masoor dalfill with water 1 inch above allbring to boil, simmer 15 minutes Super Fast Salad2 cans of chickpea1/2 cucumber chopped upcherry or gape tomatoes dicedblack peppersea salttable spoon or two of olive oilabout half to quarter of lemon juiceapple cider vinegarmini bocconcini or feta cubeddiced pepper if you have itparsley or grains if you have on hand - - -Follow guest Nishta Saxena MSc, RD on Instagram @family.meals.nutritionist Or visit her website https://www.simplyvibrantnutrition.com To follow Food Is Culture | A Podcast along on Instagram @foodisculture.apodcast Music provided by @roninimperialfrom @bigsmokebounce Podcast Art by @giftsfrombillygiftsfrombilly.com