Food was always a first preference for me before anything. Since childhood i was a big fan of bread and milk. In my teenage I used to eat a loaf at a time. I used to have glasses of milkshakes a lot of fried food etc. Everything was high calorie. I was in a stage of obesity.
After some year I had a strict appetite management where I had to sacrifice all the dairy, bakery food. The junk was literally thrown out of the house. I was given staple Indian food. The lunch and dinner was on time. I was been introduced to all kinds of leafy vegetables, porridges, oats, fibre etc.
After this course which I am doing it past 15 days my perspective food have changed I have constantly been trying to eat different kind of dishes tasting variety of cuisines. And as i am attending lot of parties I had Lebanese, Chinese, Italian, American food etc. Presently I do workout so I do try to avoid junk food in some situations can’t and I have to do an extra set. The food which I get in the mess is not that nutritious. But I to try get nutrition by eating fruits, eating egg whites, chicken etc.
FoodLab Bangalore – is a 3 week workshop the Center for Genomic Gastronomy conducted with sophomores from the Srishti School of Art, Design & Technology in the fall of 2011. Students will examine innovation and conservation in South Asian food cultures, building on recent research of the Center (utopian cuisines, mutagenic meals) and working towards the next edition of the Planetary Sculpture Supper Club to be held in Bangalore on Nov. 12th.
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