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Naan is a soft bread which is very reducing to vata people. Naan is traditionally cooked in a clay oven or “tandoor.” This recipe uses a regular home oven, or even a toaster oven if that is what you’re working with.
Makes 6-8 Naan.
• 2 cups of flour (I prefer to use 1 1/3 cup whole wheat bread flour to 2/3 cup rice or barley flour, but for gluten...
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Almond Milk Recipe
- 40 almonds-approximately 2 handfuls (soaked overnight in water, remove strain in the morning and discard almond skins)
- 6 dates soaked in 4 cups room temperature water over night-remove seeds/pits in the morning (do no discard water in the morning, you will use it for the base of the almond milk)
- 1-2 pinches of salt...
Ayurveda Stewed Fruit Recipe
Try this delicious and nutritious ayurveda stewed fruit recipe perfect for dessert or snack anytime of year. It's perfect when you're craving something sweet, tangy, and hydrating. Include any of your favorite fresh pitted or dried fruits along with a handful of raisins, shredded coconut, enough water to cook them and a pinch of your...
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Beets are heavy, warming, strength promoting and good for building the blood and moving the bowels. They are excellent for fall and winter in soups, grain or root veggie dishes, or in the summer with cooling vegetables such as cucumber and zucchini to prevent them from overheating the liver. This chutney can also be eaten in the spring.
- 1-1.5 cups grated beet...
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