Celebrating 100th Post with Chocolate Cupcakes!



Yippee! I made it to the 100th Post! It has taken me almost a year to achieve this and I am very happy that I have persevered through all my personal ups and downs in life. And this I believe is because MokshaFood has given me much more than I gave to it. Writing this blog has inspired me in so many ways and given my life a sense of purpose and direction. Every morning I wake up excitedly to check on my social media. I log on to my blog to see my visitors and what they like to read and comment about my post. Connecting with my audience has made this journey so much worthwhile.

I started this blog on a whim; I need to log my own cooking experiments and also share my passion for food with people. But I have explored and learned so much along the way - how to write, log recipes, food photography, food styling, networking, engaging in social media. Blogging has taken my love for food to a completely different era.

Now my whole day and life seems to be focused around food. Even my family and friends have been swept on this wave. They will always give me tips and forward me interesting articles and recipes. Our conversations almost always revolve around food.

My daughter was my inspiration and is my biggest driving force behind this project. She brainstormed with me on the creation of MokshaFood's new logo and her idea was finally chosen. With the amount of experimentation going on in the kitchen, she always encourages me and at least taste the food before giving her honest opinion.

My husband too is a food fanatic and is very supportive of my work. He always shares the  different foods he has experienced through his travels for work. I want thank my family for their patience and understanding as they watch me play with my food to get the best shots.

MokshaFood has been predominantly featuring gluten free, egg free and corn free recipes. Along the way I have also shared some allergy related information and restaurant reviews. Moving forward I would like to work more on sharing educational and informative content.

Living gluten free not only affects the body but also the mind. Cultivating healthy food habits and positive approach only increases the vitality of our life. This year I would focus more on healthy food and habits practiced in my home.

I would love to hear any comments or suggestion that you would like to share with me. I would like to thank all my readers, friends and family for their loving support and encouragement. I hope MokshaFood brings as much joy to your life as it has brought to mine!


Thank you!
Swati Barari


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