Sunday, February 9, 2014

Indra Curry Powder is Like SEO

Indra Curry Powder is similar to SEO. A spice that adds zest. A flavor that increases taste pleasure. An ingredient that can make or break. A vital element in ahigh-quality composite.

SEO (Search Engine Optimization), as I practice it, is looking under the hood of a website. Tweaking HTML documents (meta tags, image alt attributes, robots protocols, etc.) to better communicate the true value of a website to the search engine spiders. Enhancing and expanding content to comply with Google Hummingbird semantic search.
Without SEO, a website could be a dead hulk of web property. An inert internet island. A remote and unresponsive relic.

SEO consists of techniques that drive qualified customer traffic to a website that genuinely meets their needs. It's a hybrid of marketing and programming.

Now let's dive into curry a bit more, shall we?

Indra Curry Powder. Coriander, tumeric, black pepper, red pepper, cumin, cinnamon, all spice, clove, garlic powder, ginger, fenugreek, and other spices. $7.00 / lb.

There are many brands and blends of curry powder.

Marharaja Style Curry Powder contains turmeric, coriander, cumin, cardamom, fenugreek, ginger, nutmeg, fennel seed, Chinese cinnamon, white pepper, arrowroot, black pepper, ground cloves, cayenne pepper, and superior grade Spanish saffron. $6.00 / oz.

Vadouvan French Masala Curry consists of curry leaves, white and toasted onion powder, garlic powder, brown mustard seeds, shallots, and kosher salt.

Thai Red Curry Powder ("Nam Prik Krung Kaeng Ped") has within it chile pepper, garlic, lime peel, galangal, coriander, lemon grass, black pepper, cumin, fennel, mace and shallots.

Ras El Hanout (traditional Arabic, Muslim, Shephardin blend) ingredients are Tellicherry black pepper, cardamom, Baleine salt (sea salt, anti-caking agents: magnesium carbonates, magnesium oxide, yellow prussiate of soda), ginger, cinnamon, mace, turmeric, allspice, nutmeg, and saffron.

Garam Masala Curry combines Moroccan coriander, cardamom (from Tamil Nadu, India), Tellicherry pepper, cinnamon, kalonji (also known as black cumin or nigella and quite difficult to obtain), caraway, Zanzibar cloves, China #1 ginger, and nutmeg.

Those are all powerful health-enhancing substances. Ward off dementia. Eat More Curry.

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