Issue Date: Aug 30, 2010
The yellow, ball like fruit of bael (Aegle marmelos) belongs to the citrus family but is completely unlike the easily squeezable lemon. This fruit is hard. However, a ripe bael is filled with a sweet pulp inside. And just like lemonade, it can be made into a refreshing drink in summers. The pulp is perfect for hot summer months as it helps the body retain water for long.
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