The preferred Ayurvedic method for cooking vegetables is to sauté them in ghee or steam in a little water. Adding salt at the beginning reduces the cooking time.
Excess raw vegetables are not advised as they are heavy and hard to
digest! Raw food is better in Summer, or at lunch time when digestion is
10-ingredient vegan banana cream pie! Crispy gluten-free crust, fluffy and
silky cream center, and layered with 3 whole bananas! (Adapted from a recipe by
The Minimalist Baker)
Don't let the 8 hours
scare you.Most of this time is fridge
time.Do note that you have to put the
coconut milk in the fridge overnight, if you are making your own coconut cream.The pie is so worth all of the steps it takes
to make it.In fact, you might want to
prepare two of them, as I can assure you your guests will want seconds.
In most cultures around the world, there is
a combination of one legume and grain to produce an easily digested protein. In
South America, corn and black beans had being a humble diet to a large
population. In India the science of making soups, and dishes using dhals,
lentils and beans, had being the based for the science of Ayurveda to balance
each dosha, to nourish them, and to purify them.
Lets overview 4 different lentils, dhals
and being that can make a difference in the way you understand cooking for each
Golden milk has been used in the Yogi
tradition for centuries to strength the weak and to delight the kings. Golden
milk is versatile, giving a variety of options for each constitution and for
each occasion. You can use any milk of your preference and a combination of
spices for your constitution. The key is to use turmeric and ginger as a base.
Womanhood is a great blessing and is, of
course, a big responsibility. A woman passes through various life
transitions including menarche, pregnancy, labour, breast-feeding, child
nurturing and finally menopause. These
phases are all part of normal female physiology. Through bloodletting in
menstruation, the body provides the woman with a natural way of monthly
cleansing and rejuvenation. At menopause, the body puts an end to her
The origin of ginger is not unknown for certain, and it is not
known to grow wild, but it is grown in many tropical climates around the world.
Nevertheless, since antiquity, there have been references to its cultivation
and medicinal use in ancient China and India, suggesting that it may have
originated somewhere between northern India and eastern Asia.