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Daily Dosage

For a breakfast suggestion, dosa recipe has the following:

1. Ready mixes
2. Surprise mixes, yet with element of crispness, taste.
3. Masala - spiced up if you have printed recipe too on the packet.
4. Interesting cooking instructions, with use of language and/or signs.

Believe me, ready-to-eat packages tingle the belly and are served prepared in 10 minutes flat.

I, yesterday prepared with basic ingredients and the yeast had its flavor yet in the crust with softness of a melon. I was glad I tried it. Still lingering taste in my mouth, another recipe mixture saved in the fridge reminds me of those dosas.

how mature I have become...
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