Mix Sabudana (Pearl Sago) with potato and peanuts to prepare deep fried cutlets.
Do You Know?
During a fast, a person purposely abstains from food for a specific period of time. Fasting has been practiced throughout the ages for both religious and therapeutic purposes. A one-day fast is unlikely to cause any harm to a healthy body. Slightly longer fasts (two to three days) are also well-tolerated by most healthy people.
No matter how short the duration, fasting is unwise and potentially dangerous for some people, including pregnant and lactating women, people with cancer, diabetes, gout, hypoglycemia and other diseases.
Some health experts caution against fasts lasting more than two to three days, even for healthy individuals, if longer fasts are practiced, they should be medically supervised.