What We Are Eating Today: Craving Keto

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Updated 24 July 2020

What We Are Eating Today: Craving Keto

Craving Keto was launched in Jeddah and Makkah to cater for people looking to lose weight by following the ketogenic diet (keto, for short), a low-carb, sugar-free, high-fat eating regime said to have numerous health benefits.

The business duo offers various keto and gluten-free selections that taste like normal food.

Keto, a popular diet around the world, results in a state called ketosis when the body starts to consume fat instead of carbs. Followers must be willing to cut out soda, cheese, bread, pasta, and sweets from their daily eating routines.

In order to help the body adjust to the sudden sugar and protein cut other food types are needed to compensate.

Craving Keto claims to offer healthy, ketogenic options for a well-balanced diet that includes sweets such as cinnamon cupcakes, cheesecake, and chocolate, pecan, rainbow, and vanilla cakes.

Savory dishes include an authentic Saudi beef bread called eysh billaham, as well as samosas, and keto toast, buns, simit bread, spinach pie, pizza, and manakeesh is also offered.

Delivery services are available in Jeddah and Makkah and orders can be made via Instagram at @ _cravingketo.

What We Are Doing Today: Box by Sara

Updated 18 September 2020

What We Are Doing Today: Box by Sara

If you enjoy eating freshly cut herbs with your food or simply like the idea of growing plants, Box by Sara may be perfect for you. It is a Saudi project that aims to make indoor planting easy and accessible to everyone.
The box is like a tiny garden — you can put it anywhere in your house and all the materials to grow your favorite seeds into plants are provided, including a mixing pot, soil bags, seeds, wooden sticks, a water sprayer and instruction card. The seeds provided are for growing culinary herbs including cilantro, parsley, dill and basil. The herbs make a great addition to salads, soups and or Italian dishes, and they are easy to grow indoors and in any weather.
You can place them in your kitchen window as they require light to flourish. The seeds will start to grow in one to two weeks.
Having an indoor plant, the process of planting seeds and watching them grow will help you to feel more connected with nature.
This box is an ideal gift for children and adults, family and friends. The greens box is available at salla.sa/boxbysarah