How to Make the Most of Your Ramadan 2018

The most important thing to do when fasting is to be mindful of your food choices and how you are eating.

If you are hungry and don’t have time to cook, try making your own snacks and enjoy the benefits of fasting.

You will be able to do it at home too, as long as you have a stove and some time to make the dishes.

You can also take a break for a day or two and spend time with family and friends, as this helps relieve some of the stress you are experiencing.

If that is not possible, you can make some homemade soups from scratch.

These homemade souks are quick, healthy, and you can even make a batch yourself for a meal!

The main ingredients for homemade soup soups are potatoes, chickpeas, chick peas, tomatoes, and red and green peppers.

It is best to use the freshest ingredients, and use fresh produce if you can.

For a vegetarian version, try adding onions or garlic to the recipe.

Homemade soups can be served with rice or pasta.

If using rice, try to cook the pasta first, then add the rice to the soup and cook it for a few minutes.

If pasta is not your thing, use chicken or turkey breast instead.

If adding the rice, cook the chicken first, and add the rest of the ingredients later.

You can also add more rice or chicken if you prefer.

Here are a few homemade soupes to try:Mixed Vegetarian Soups:A few of my favorite vegetarian recipes are these easy, healthy and fast-acting soups.

Try this one:Mushrooms & Basil Soup:Makes 2 servings.

Serve with rice.

Cumin & Black Pepper Soups:-A few simple recipes that can be made with any kind of spices.-Can be served over pasta or couscous.

Serve over rice.

Black Pepper Soup: Makes 2 servings.-A simple, low-calorie soup with no fat, calories or sugar.-Can easily be made ahead of time, and can be topped with rice and vegetables.

Curry Soup: A hearty, nutritious and healthy curry dish that can easily be substituted for rice, or chicken, beef, pork, or fish.

The following recipes are vegetarian versions of some of my favorites.

Some are low calorie, but others are calorie-free, and all are delicious.

Some may contain dairy.

All recipes are low in fat and cholesterol.

Here is the recipe I use for my recipes:The Best of Ramadan: Ramadan has many different festivals and activities that can add to your family’s celebrations.

You may also want to try these other popular festivals, like the Muslim Festival, the Eid-ul-Fitr and the Eid celebration:This article originally appeared in The Hindu on August 28, 2019.