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« on: Jul 23, 2010 10:19 PM »

     The blessed Holy month of Ramadan is approaching. In some cases, some people eat more during Ramadan at Iftar time when breaking the fast at sunset----not only that, others eat all kinds of food/fruits/snacks etc before or after Taraweeh prayers. The Communities In Action ( CIA) has published the attached work titled, '' RAMADAN HEALTH GUIDE'', which one would recommend for your attention. It is such a guide, health-wise, even after Ramadan. Peruse it and see.
      Wishing us all happy, blessed Ramadan--May we be among those to be covered in Allah's Mercies in this Ramadan and afterwards...ameen.

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« Reply #1 on: Jul 27, 2010 08:26 AM »

As a side note, has anyone baked their samosas successfully?  If so, do you drizzle/brush oil on them, or is it a dry bake?

I tried dry baking, but it really wasn't the best tasting samosa!

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