A light and fresh green pea salad suitable for all constitutions in spring and early summer. Eat warm or at room temperature (not cold) to avoid reducing the digestive fire (agni).
Yummy ! Warm baked peaches for breakfast ! What a treat. This deliciously sweet ayurvedic recipe is perfect for breakfast or as a snack. Suitable to all constitutions in spring and summer. The ayurveda baked peach recipe, is easy to digest, light and satisfying to the palate. Any seasonal fruits can be substituted for the […]
What environmental changes have you noticed lately ? Dryness ? Cold ? Darkness ? Dampness ? Winter is a season mainly governed by Kapha (water/earth elements) with occasional Vata (air/space elements) days. Main seasonal qualities are cold, wet, heavy, cloudy and slow with occasional bouts of dryness. It is necessary – if our body doesn’t […]
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Why are greens always ordered last ? In Ayurveda, bitter and astringent tastes are an essential addition to every meal.
Another greek inspired dish made Ayurvedic friendly. Fakes or green lentil soup is a nourishing and grounding dish that can be enjoyed in the winter or even in the summer as a salad with quinoa, rocket and cranberries. The original greek recipe is served with feta cheese but this is not recommended from an Ayurveda […]
This unctuous Fava (yellow split pea puree) recipe has been adapted from a traditional greek recipe to suit vata and pitta constitutions alike. It is a great alternative to hummus.
Boiled greens are a healthy & cooling side dish that help balance any meal. They support body detoxification by clearing the liver, help reduce inflammation through their cooling nature. A particular great dish for pitta and kapha constitution.
This weight loss breakfast recipe is satisfying and will help prevent snacking during the day.
Baked fruits are a quick and healthy breakfast or snack option for all Ayurvedic constitutions.Vata may appreciate baked fruits with melted ghee, high Pitta constitutions may slightly reduce the amount of cinnamon and choose sweeter fruit types, whilst Kapha constitutions may choose sour fruits such as pineapple and be generous with spices.