Nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar Shares 3 Seasonal Foods That Are Our Best Friends This Rainy Season

by Shreya Ghosh
Nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar Shares 3 Seasonal Foods That Are Our Best Friends This Rainy Season

Monsoon season calls for the perfect time to relish some yummy food. Adding seasonal food and ingredients to regular diets is a must with every changing season. And nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar shared an insightful video mentioning some seasonal food that we should enjoy at this time of the year. Along with this, she also explained the beautiful bond of food and how these additions can help in leading a good life.

These 3 Seasonal Foods Are Our Best Friends This Rainy Season, Says Nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar

To enjoy a good time in our lives, we need some friends. But there’s a twist to it in this video by the nutritionist. She shared how we need Khushi, Tripti, and Shanti to enjoy a happy life. And to attain these, we need nutritious food in our diet. Watch this video to know more.


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According to Rujuta Diwekar, these are the three foods that we surely need to eat in the rainy season.

  • Maka/ Makai/ Corn
  • Wild and uncultivated vegetables
  • Bhajji and Pakoda

How To Include These Ingredients In Our Diet?

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Wondering how you can include corn in your meals? Well, Rujuta has the answer to your question. Roasted corn with salt and lemon is always a classic option. You can even boil it, make pattice using it, and also make kadhi. Eating makai once or twice a week is enough.

The second food shared by Rujuta Diwekar is the list of wild and uncultivated veggies. You can eat kodu, patrode, lingdi, or any other vegetables available in your nearby markets. Prepare delish pickles, snacks, and curries using these veggies. You can enjoy these recipes quite often.

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Diet for any season does not have to be filled with vegetables and nutritious food always. The nutritionist shared how we should even indulge in some yummy fritters in the monsoons. Grab 4 to 5 of these and relish with a cup of kadak chai. To enhance the experience, take your cup and plate and sit by the window and enjoy the weather.

Are you ready to enhance your monsoon seasonal diet with all this deliciousness mentioned by Rujuta Diwekar?

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