If you find the traditional rakhis too boring, you must try something different this Raksha Bandhan and surprise your sibling with edible rakhis to make the festival even more sweeter.
Raksha Bandhan is a festival celebrating the bond of sibling love. The love-hate relationship between siblings is unlike any other relationship. They annoy you, argue with you, and play with you, yet they are always there for you when you need them. Rakhis are a unique component of Raksha Bandhan; they are more than just a simple strand of thread; they honour the lovely relationship between brothers and sisters.
We purchase a lot of fancy and colourful rakhis each year, but we never check to see if they are made of biodegradable materials. Using only edible ingredients and natural colours, edible rakhis are distinctive, environmentally responsible, and reasonably priced. They are available in a wide range of varieties and can be customised to suit your preferences.
In an interview with HT lifestyle, Urmi Bagadiya, expert chef and founder of Perfect cooking style, shared, “The popularity of edible rakhis is expanding rapidly. It’s particularly prevalent among young people. They enjoy experimenting with edible rakhis and adding their preferred ingredients to make them interesting and exciting. They become more popular since they come in a variety of colours, tastes, designs, and pricing. It’s a trend that will undoubtedly intensify over time.”
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