The art of cooking and serving food has changed drastically in the past few years. The selection of tableware and crockery for serving our guests has become a reflection of our status and sophistication. The number of people who look back to our ancient Indian lifestyle have increased, thanks to the new found awareness of [...]
Mitticool participated at Festival of innovation and entrepreneurship at Rashtrapati bhavan Delhi. The festival is being organised by the President’s Secretariat in association with the Department of Science and Technology (DST) and the National Innovation Foundation (NIF). It is a celebration of country’s innovation potential, particularly ideas stemming from grassroots and from creative communities in […]
Ancient India made the use of earthenware for storing water and for cooking food. With changing times and technology, the use of earthen cookware has diminished. Glancing over the benefits of earthen cookware will help us know why our ancestors were so healthy and wise.
Mitticool name in Latest Akshay Kumar’s bollywood movie PADMAN. Mitticool got best national innovation development award at IIT Delhi. In Padman movie when Laxmi (Akshay Kumar) goes to IIT Delhi for his innovation and participate in national innovation development award and in this competition winner is announced is Mitticool (Mitti se bana Fridge Mitticool By Mansukh bhai Prajapati). In […]
Mansukhbhai Prajapati, a traditional clay craftsman, has developed an entire range of earthen products for daily use in the kitchen. These products include water filters, refrigerators, hot plates, cooker and other such items of daily use. Benefits of using Mitticool clay products Even in rural areas, women prefer to use earthenware or clay vessels for […]
Mansukhbhai Prajapati, a traditional clay craftsman, has developed an entire range of earthen products for daily use in the kitchen. These products include water filters, refrigerators, hot plates, cooker and other such items of daily use. Whenever his in-laws stepped on to the highway, Manshuk Lal Prajapati would crouch behind his tea- stall to hide. […]
They lock in nutrients, fight bacteria, and make your food taste better. Whether an unglazed earthen pot can add its own flavor to the food that’s cooked in it or not, is a subject of much debate. Earthen pot cultures, chefs and cookbook authors, like Paula Wolfert who introduced America to the Moroccan tagine and […]