We call them chutney, but in the oldest texts of Ayurveda they are referred to as aaharyogi (meaning food friend). Not only do chutneys pair beautifully with meals to add bright flavor, they often are used as a digestive stimulant
Sweet and savory seasonal goodness is how we would describe our Pumpkin Barley We start the grains alongside our morning practices making the slow but easy process perfect for a cozy late morning meal especially in the Autumn and Winter months.
While we do sell this ready to use in our Etsy Shop, as you know motivating you to make your own supportive blends is so important to us! So we are sharing with you our favorite Kitchari Spice Mix recipe.
Ghee, ghrita, is the rendered fat part of butter in which the liquid and solid parts are removed and only the golden oil remains. Its use dates back throughout India, the Middle East and Northern Africa. Highly revered in Ayurveda,
Shifting with the seasonal dietary regimen outlined in the Rutacharya program we have welcomed winter squash. Something funny happened in our garden this year with cross-pollination and we have quite the variety of squash and pumpkin including giant Delicata Squash!
These recipes look quite different than the protein packed powerhouse drinks we often see today. Modern smoothies tend to be quite nutrient rich, but are also very heavy to digest when taken cold with hard to process ingredients or combinations.
Mint Chutney was shared with us by a dear friend that has become a home staple that we even bring with us on camping trips. Experimenting with different herbs has opened up a delightful experience with food that feels fresh
Delicious lightly seasoned warm pancake perfect with a cup of dal or warm soup. This is an easy to digest addition especially for those on a wheat free diet or looking for something tasty during cleansing or lightening. We enjoy
In the Asthanga Hridayam, Vagbhat discusses that in Grisma, the Summer season, one should intake sweet and cooling, easy to digest and light substances along with fragrant flowers in our water to support strength and balance agni. This included the