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Ajwain Cookies Without Baking Powder: Crispy Oats Biscuits Recipe Indian Without Oven [Airfryer Cookies Recipe]

Oats cookies are my favorite. What about you? What's new about these oatmeal cookies and what makes these special that they have found a spot on the bakewithbaker series on Anybody Can Bake with Sonia Gupta? Well,it is a simple cookie recipe without baking powder or soda, flavored with gut-friendly carom seeds. The healthy cookies are addictive and oh so therapeutic. I can relate the taste to some of my favorite childhood cookies. Crispy, crunchy bites with powdered poha or rice flakes and fiber-rich oatmeal make for a healthy snacking option for your tea time. ajwain cookies Remembering good old days of dadis and nanis when everything was homemade and had "health" written everywhere. I remember my dadi not letting us eat anything outside. What we ordered would be there always. We were kids and dadi knew how to make her grandchildren happy and healthy. Those were the days when there were no chemicals in food. So why should we add chemicals when we know

Oily Skin Home Remedies: How to Treat Blemishes, Acne, Oily Pores/Home Remedy for Pimples

Do Oily Skin Remedies Work? Are you looking for oily skin remedies ?  oily skin problems Well, oily skin is often related to pimples, acne breakouts, whiteheads, and blackheads. The overproduction of sebum is responsible for your oily skin. Located under the surface of the skin, the sebaceous gland produces sebum, which is an oily substance made of fats. In normal conditions, sebum moisturizes your skin and keeps it glowing. However, too much of sebum due to stress, hormonal imbalance, and genetics may make your skin oily, resulting in clogged pores and acne. The release of natural oils from the skin helps retain moisture and prevent it from drying. But too much of sebum may clog pores and cause all types of skin problems. Here are a few home remedies for oily skin. Oily Skin Remedies: Causes 1.        Genetics Your genetics might be the culprit behind your oily skin. Perhaps you have inherited oily skin from your parents. This may make you more susceptible t