Here’s a healthy, sugar-free, gluten-free and vegan (with no baking) option for a birthday cake. It tastes great! It even he landed on my own birthday table
I highly recommend it! Continue reading
Dal is one of the most commonly consumed dishes in Ayurveda and in northern India. Dal is a soup made form red lentils (or any lentils in fact), but in India the word “dal” also means lentils. This dish is perfect for autumn and winter evenings. It heats up the body, it is easy to digest and full of spice and flavor.
I admit that when I first tried dal, I truly understood the meaning of the sentence “heaven in my mouth.” I was in Nepal when I first tried this dish (Nepali cuisine is very similar to the cuisine of the north of India) and since that time a day with no dal was a wasted day for me. Up to this day, whenever I plan on going beck to northern India, I get mentally ready for large amounts of dal! But when I’m not in India, India is on my plate. Continue reading
Ayurvedic instant soup.
This quick soup is perfect as lunch at work. And it is a great substitute for instant soups. You only need to prepare the jars, put them in the fridge and pour hot water into the jars when you lack time for cook!
The soup has all the six Ayurvedic tastes in it, and therefore it can be safely called Ayurvedic soup. You can read more about Ayurveda in my post here.
These vegan and Ayurvedic quinoa wrappers are a great option for lunch and dinner. The recipe makes 3 wrappers.
Enjoy and share if you like it!
Fresh breath naturally. You’d be surprised what you put into your mouth the moment you get a chewing gum! Instead, Ayurveda recommends the natural freshener, which last long and is delicious! Meet the secret of my fresh breath: fennel seeds! Continue reading
Early spring – Ayurvedic routine. Ayurveda was created to help you live connected to the changing nature. Seasons are one of the way nature manifests its transformations. So here are 9 Ayurvedic tips on what to do, what to avoid, what to eat, and what to expect from Spring.
Ayurvedic dessert: Sweet coconut rice. In Ayurveda, it is recommended to begin your meal with a dessert. In that way you finish your meal feeling more satisfied (it really works, try!). So here is a great dessert to begin your lunch or dinner with: Continue reading
Mung beans for Kapha. This is my personal favorite, even though I am not a Kapha person. Continue reading