About Our Foundation
Who are we?
We are a global innovation and caring centre working for the betterment of Healthy lifestyles around the world. Win Global Foods is a non-profit organisation and a part of Nanjil Anand Foundation established in the year 2020. By seeking the support of many naturist like you, we are trying to imbibe the richness of organic and natural foods in everyone’s lifestyles. Let us think of us as one large community and try to discard all the social, physical, and mental issues by having and providing healthy and organic food.
we are working to eliminate hunger and improve the health and well-being of our community through access to healthy and nutritious foods, community education and advocacy.
We envision a community where everyone has access to good quality, nutritious food, understands the consequences of hunger and poor nutrition and is committed to creating a stronger, healthier Humboldt County.
What We Do ?
We at Win Global Foods are taking the responsibility of diminishing all the negative impacts of having non-healthy and junk food by replacing it with the natural foods. Now-a-days, going back to the traditional lifestyles and foods is something which is in trend and why not, this is what we have lost in a long run. Getting those habit of having naturally prepared foods is what can save us. A small change in your eating habits can give you extra years to live.
The Goan cuisine largely comprises of rice, seafood, coconut, vegetables and meat. The flavors are distinct and intense due to the tropical climate.
Goan food is incomplete without fish. Kingfish is the most common seafood. Others include shark, tuna, sardines, mackerel, crabs, prawns, tiger prawns, lobster, squid, and mussels.
The food of Goan Christians is heavily influenced by the Portuguese.
Goan Fish Curry
Goan fish curry also popularly known as the Xitti Kodi, which is the staple diet of Goa. It is loaded with spices and coconut. Raw mango is also used to give the dish a tangy flavour. It is served along with rice.
Shark Ambot Tik
This is a Portuguese influenced dish. Ambot means sour and Tik means spicy, which makes it a spicy savory dish. Red chillies are used to add spice to the dish and Kokum is used to make the dish taste sour.
Shark fish is diced and tossed with onions, tomatoes and masala.
Cafreal chicken is a spicy green coloured dish marinated by grinding green chillies, herbs and spices together to make the masala for the chicken. Then, it is fried or cooked with vinegar and rum till the chicken turns tender.
This Goan dish is usually served with salads.
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