This recipe rocks with flavor, provided by the combo of whole and freshly ground spices.
Spaghetti squash (Cucurbita pepo) is one of my favorite “gluten free” pasta substitutes. Adding turmeric to your favorite dishes is a great practice as research is showing that turmeric has many health benefits including improving digestion, fighting infection, improving blood sugar in diabetes and preserving cognitive function.
Soothing and delicious both in health and “dis-ease,” Ginger Curry is recommended for anyone who needs to rebuild their energy and nervous strength, especially when ill or post-partum.
Inspired by Ayurveda, this hot sauce recipe can be paired with kitcheree and other cleansing dishes to promote healing and wellness.
Ghee, or clarified butter, is a powerful, sacred remedy in the Ayurvedic tradition. Touted as “liquid gold,” ghee is a sacred symbol of auspiciousness and is at the top of the oily foods list in Ayurveda.
According to Ayurveda this dish is tri-doshic, meaning it is good for all doshas, or body types. The mung beans and basmati rice have the energetic qualities of being cooling and sweet, and are nourishing for all tissues in the body.
Made from a blend of clove, cardamom, cinnamon, ginger root and black pepper, this strongly spiced tea is the perfect morning pick-me-up or post-kriya treat. Drink a cup a day for health and well-being.
A wonderful, cleansing dish for the spring and summertime, Yogi Mush helps clean the intestines, clear the skin, and may help you lose weight.