Joy of balance, The - An ayurvedic guide to cooking with healing ingredients
This ingredient-focused cookbook delves deep into the healing powers of key Ayurvedic ingredients by empowering readers to develop a deeper...
This ingredient-focused cookbook delves deep into the healing powers of key Ayurvedic ingredients by empowering readers to develop a deeper relationship with whole plant-based foods in a way that is informative, exciting and delicious, through stimulating the senses with globally inspired, seasonal recipes adapted for modern lifestyles and western palette. A follow up sequel to chef Divya Alter s hugely successful first cookbook What to Eat for How You Feel which explained the basic principal of the Ayurveda diet a plant based diet with a focus on whole foods and seasonal fresh produce, taken to the next level by encouraging tuning in to the rhythms of nature and teaching how to select foods according to the seasons and one s individual constitution. Divya Alter draws inspiration from her many years of holistic teaching and cooking for her hugely successful plant based restaurant Divya s Kitchen in New York City. Sharing life-giving information on how to select and cook fresh, flavourful ingredients, that are the right fit for the individual s needs, and how to incorporate whole foods as a way of life to prevent and reverse many illnesses. This book makes the reader want to be healthy guiding them into the time-tested Ayurveda system of self-healing and encouraging a whole new level of health, flavour, ease, and comfort in their meals and their kitchens. Food becomes poetry and heals and invigorates - When you understand that cilantro pulls heavy metals from your body, you inherently feel more connected to cilantro. When you learn that kulthi beans dissolve kidney stones you want to try them right away. This book invites readers to develop an intimate relationship with the produce, grains, vegetables, fruits nuts, seeds, legumes, and dairy that make up their meals. Taking the best wisdom of the past and bringing it forward, teaching to delight, nourish, and heal, ingredient by ingredient, and in so doing, create flavourful and easy-to-digest meals. This is the first Ayurvedic cookbook that teaches about the ingredient s properties and gets readers into the kitchen to cook with that ingredient. Featuring over 80 globally inspired plant based recipes for breakfast, soups, salads, main dishes, treats and beverages. Including: Minestrone Soup with Barley and Baby Chickpeas, Asian Stir-Fried Radish Noodles, Pizza with Artichoke Hearts, Stuffed Cabbage Rolls, Celery Root and Taro Pancakes, Vegetable Tagine, Sunflower Beet Hummus, Hibiscus Pineapple Drink and Walnut-Orange Cake in Honey Syrup.
Autor@: Alter, Divya
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