Homemade Baking Items are Easy to Cook and Good to Eat, says Archana Kaushik of Back to Roots


Homemade Baking Items are Easy to Cook and Good to Eat, says Archana Kaushik of Back to Roots

Non-working women who spend hours of their day in house-hold work have been always inclined to learn something creative to gainfully utilize their time. Baking seems to be a better option to use their skills and love for making something delicious on important occasions.
 
Homemade Baking Items are Easy to Cook and Good to Eat, says Archana Kaushik of Back to Roots
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“Back to Roots" by Archana Kaushik is one of its kind concept for those who are keen on learning baking within the comfort of their homes...

Baking is not difficult - all you need is to know the process and get a little bit of guidance and motivation - Archana Kaushik

Archana Kaushik, Udaipur based creative artist, who does a lot of work on Lippan and Madhubani launched her baking label – “Back to Roots by Archana Kaushik” on Facebook. Her focus has been to gainfully utilize the available time of house-hold women by teaching them varieties of eggless and preservative free cakes, cookies and stuffed breads.

Covid-19 lockdown has initiated many online vocational courses and small online workshops for all ages and genders, and the most prominent have been baking and cooking.

A lot of girls and women have shown tremendous interest towards learning baking cakes, cookies and a variety of breads. The activity was augmented since most of the shops were closed. A simple 2-day online class for about 3-4 hours is sufficient to learn these skills and the tricks of baking.

"As the name goes – “Back to Roots”, my focus is to utilize as much as regular home appliances and easily available ingredients so that it becomes easy for young girls and working as well as non-working women to make these bakery items. Back to Roots is all about going back to the self for simple living and staying healthy. Baking is not difficult, rather, very simple.  All you need is a little bit of guidance, motivation and process. Most of the ingredients are either already available at home or easily available in the market.” - Archana Kaushik

For any festival, homemade items would carry much more hygiene and safety. If it is easy to cook, it will be good to eat also. Archana  is currently taking online classes for easy to make Raksha Bandhan hampers and she is getting a good response. 

In her interaction with UdaipurTimes, Archana further said, “At this time when social distancing and hygiene is so important, nothing is better than preparing small sweat breads or cakes for Raksha Bandhan at home. I am making cookies to boost immune system as well. It is not about cost; it is all about engaging in creative thinking and doing something good. No need to even buy any hamper when you can prepare all these items at home”.

Non-working women who spend hours of their day in house-hold work have been always inclined to learn something creative to gainfully utilize their time. Baking seems to be a better option to use their skills and love for making something delicious on important occasions.

“Back to Roots by Archana Kaushik” is one of its kind source for these women.

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