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with love and whole food

Raw Vegan Brownie Recipe

These Raw Vegan Brownies are all kinds of good for you! Try this veganised favourite! Sure to satisfy even non-vegan chocolate lovers for guilt-free indulgence.

Cool as a Cucumber!

Native to India, cucumbers have been cultivated for thousands of years. The skin is rich in silicon and chlorophyll. Eating cucumber ‘skin-on’ enhances its medicinal virtue. You can eat it, add it to juices and use it externally on the skin. It’s incredibly refreshing and indeed is the perfect vegetable for summer, Pittas and hot climates. Ayuveda recommends using black pepper with cucumber for Vata to counter its coldness. Cucumber is a diuretic, it slows the movement of food through the intestines, counteracting toxins and lifting depression. It cleanses the blood, influences the heart, spleen/pancreas, stomach, and large intestine. It quenches thirst, moistens the lungs, purifies the...

Ayurvedic Properties of Celery

One of the most valuable of our vegetables, especially for Pitta, celery is also one of the most heavily fertilized and sprayed, so buying organic where possible or growing your own is very important. Celery is another vegetable that’s great raw, cooked or juiced alone or in combination with other fruits and vegetables. Celery is high in sodium and silicon. It benefits the stomach and spleen/pancreas and calms an aggravated liver; improves digestion; dries damp excesses; purifies the blood; reduces conditions such as vertigo and nervousness; and promotes sweating. Its also used for heat excesses such as eye inflammations, burning urine, acne and mouth ulcers and...

A-Z of Ayurveda: Dandelion

Usually considered a herb (or a weed!) dandelion, a common member of the sunflower family, is valuable as a vegetable too! The leaves contain more vitamin A than almost any other vegetable. They are also high in potassium, which makes uncultivated (wild) greensbitter to the taste, and makes them an exceptional vegetable for Pitta and Kapha. A tea of the leaves is an excellent drink for helping the liver and gall bladder, and also in cases of rheumatism and gout. Dandelion is strongly diuretic, has liver cleansing properties, aids in the flow of bile, and stimulates the glands. The root, usually used dry as a...

Beetroot Patties Recipe

Wholistically simply at its best! Try these awesome, gluten free, vegan, beet & quinoa patties for yourself! Makes 5-6 patties What you need:1.5 cups shredded raw beetroot1.5 cups cooked quinoa1/2 cup cooked chickpeas2/3 cup fresh herbs-I used parsley, basil and coriander.1/2 cup finely chopped red onion2 tspn ground cuminSeasoning to taste What to do:Place first 3 ingredients in a food processor and pulse until just combined.Remove, and place in a bowl with all other ingredients!Get your hands dirty here, and use your hands to mix the ingredients well.Now, using wet hands, shape into 5-6 patties and press together.Refrigerate minimum 30...