Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina advocates for resourceful methods of food preservation that can help households save money, address price fluctuations caused by supply shortages and minimize excess harvest wastage.
Imagine this: while cooking, you add freshly ground green chili paste to the curry! Additionally, if necessary, you soak a handful of dried onions flakes before using them to flavor your dishes. You can still use this preserved green chili powder and dried onion flakes successfully.
Sheikh Hasina, the prime minister of Bangladesh and Bangabadhu’s daughter, promotes such approaches as an example.
Sheikh Hasina gave packets of dried onion flakes and green chili powder to key officials at the launch of the Universal Pension Scheme, including the Finance Minister, the Governor of the Bangladesh Bank, and the Secretary. As prices for onions and green chilies tend to rise during the rainy season, having these preserved alternatives can help in saving money. Such practices, according to the daughter of Bangabandhu, would make homemakers happier.
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Fresh onions and green chilies cannot be stored for a long period of time. However, their usefulness can be maximized by dehydrating and preserving them. Similarly, Bangabandhu’s daughter provides tips for preserving tomatoes. She suggests that surplus harvests of tomatoes can be dried and stored for later use. In accordance with the advice of Bangabandhu’s daughter, these items can be processed and made available to the public with the help of modern equipment.
Innovative methods of food preservation have been actively promoted by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. Her daily activities and lifestyle inspire the people of Bangladesh. She promotes using vacant space for farming and even proposes planting at least one green chili plant on balconies or rooftops. She sets an example beyond words, making her a role model in many other fields.
Salute to Sheikh Hasina, the beloved daughter of Bangabandhu!