Kitchari – click here
The classic Ayurvedic one-pot meal: A delicious stew made from split mung beans and rice that is particularly easy to digest, so it is optimal for eating during detoxification or anytime you are feeling not quite one hundred percent. Makes a lovely breakfast too!
Ghee – click here
A delectable spread made from clarified butter that improves digestion, boosts immunity, and calms vata and pitta dosha. It’s good on everything, and it’s easy to make at home with a little practice. Spread on toast, put on cooked vegetables, swirl in your oatmeal, or use in place of butter in your baking recipes.
Simple Ginger Tea – click here
Keep a pot of this brewing on the stove during cold and flu season! Great for any symptoms like congestion, sore throat, runny nose and sneezing. It also kindles the digestive fire.
Stewed Apple Decadence with Dates & Cinnamon – click here
This comforting, wholesomely sweet dish is great for balancing Vata dosha. Cooking the apples dispels their otherwise Vata-aggravating hard and crunchy qualities.
Agni Tea – click here
This fiery tea packs quite a punch, giving a burst of power to your agni or digestive fire. Fill a thermos to take it with you and sip throughout the day to keep your digestion strong and your immune system kicking.
Energy-Boosting Almond Date Elixir – click here
This simple warm shake makes a wonderful addition to breakfast or a great afternoon snack. It grounds Vata dosha, strengthens the nervous system and soothes Pitta.