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with love and whole food

Green Lentil Dahl Recipe

2 cups Green Lentils , soaked min 3 hours* Approx 800 -1.2L water 1 tsp. cumin seeds 2 onion, chopped finely 2 tomato, chopped 3 garlic cloves finely chopped 1.5 cm ginger finely chopped 2 tbsp curry powder 2 tsp. garam masala Seasoning to taste Approx 2 Tablespoon Good quality cooking oil 1. In a pot, put the soaked lentils and pour 800ml of water into the pot over the lentils. Cook the lentils until soft, approx. 30 minutes depending on soaking time. * 2. In the meantime, In a heavy based pot, Heat oil in pan. When hot add Cumin Seeds. Cook...

Cabbage - So Versatile, So Beneficial!

According to Ayurveda cabbage owes many of it’s healing powers to it’s abundance of sulphur; which has warming properties, destroys parasites and purifies the blood. Cabbage is a rich source of vitamin C and vitamin E. It moistens the intestines, benefits the stomach and improves digestion. It can also rid the digestive system of worms. Cabbage also contains vitamin U – which is an ulcer remedy! It can assist in treating the common cold, whooping cough, and improves symptoms of depression and irritability. Cabbage can have benefits when used externally, or in combination with eating and being applied to the...

Gluten Free Vegan Cauliflower & Chickpea Pakoras Recipe

Guys we have been so busy getting our business off the ground we haven’t had time to post many recipes of late, and that is what this page is really all about. Informative tips on Ayurveda and healthy whole food recipes for all! Here is a wonderful easy recipe for Vegan Pakoras, made by my husband Raku. We really hope you enjoy! With love and goodness, Renee xx   What you’ll need: 2 cups chickpea flour3 teaspoons ground coriander3 teaspoons ground cumin3 teaspoons garam masala2 teaspoons turmeric1 teaspoon chilli powder1 teaspoon sea saltBig handful of chopped fresh coriander1/2 cup of...

The Benefits of Broccoli

A-Z of Vegetables according to Ayurveda, let’s investigate Broccoli! Broccoli is the most easily digested of the cabbage family. It contains abundant pantothenic acid and vitamin A, has more vitamin C than citrus and is a great natural source of sulfur, iron and vitamin B. Good for Pitta and Kapha; Vata can have in moderation. Broccoli can brighten the eyes, and is used for eye inflammation and nearsightedness. It is also used to treat summer heat conditions, has benefits for dry skin and can counteract gas formation.  

Beetroot According to Ayurveda

A-Z of Vegetables according to Ayurveda, let’s take a look at the mighty beetroot! Beets are rich in silicone and folic acid, therefore they can be beneficial to the female reproductive system.Very good for Vata in small amounts; Pitta and Kapha can have in moderation. Healing properties: Strengthens the heart, improves circulation, purifies the blood, benefits the liver, promotes menstruation. Can also be used with carrots for hormone regulation during menopause (best in the form of juice for better absorption) Beets are also great for helping with constipation and treating haemorrhoids. Treats nervousness and congestion of the vascular system. Best...