10 Tips for Busy Students to Eat Healthy Juggling classes, assignments, extra-curricular activities, a social life, and possibly a part-time job means that college presents a real challenge when it comes to time management. If you’re a busy student, you’ll know that eating a healthy diet can seem like a chore. Try
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I have Fenugreek powder, and every time I use more than just a tiny pinch it totally overpowers my curry. Should I be using methi leaves instead? The only dish I've had success with using Fenugreek is my Saag Paneer; and even then it was pushing it with the Fenugreek