Brass Lassi Glass
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DISCLAIMERAll our products are handcrafted and this results in each product being unique and slightly different from each other and therefore will have minor variations on dimensions & weight.
Have lassi, milk, butter milk or water in this unique handcrafted Brass glass.
Our journey to rejuvenate crafts of India took us to a village near Amritsar.
The thatheras near Amritsar are known for their traditional brass and copper craft of utensil making. This craft has been included in the UNSECO list of Intangible Cultural Heritage.
From 400 families who used to practice this craft, the number has dwindled to a meagre 15.
Brass Lassi glass is given a tin coating. The coating has to be re-done once the brass metal finish is clearly visible.
Frequently asked Queries
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Do brass cookware need Kalai
Yes. All brass cookware except those for storing water/making coffee need kalai to prevent adverse reaction with the acidic elements of the food cooked in them.
How frequently do you need to do Kalai?
Depending on usage, kalai has to be redone between 12-15 months.
What are the benefits of Cooking in Brass?
1. Preserves >90% of nutrition
2. Alkaline property of brass neutralises acidity and protects your gut health.
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