Almond butter

Homemade Almond Butter

This homemade almond butter is incredibly easy, it just requires you to be patient. It’s a great little job to do while cooking another meal as the grinding just takes place in the background while you concentrate on something else! Grinding the almonds into a butter makes them much easier Read more…

Coconut dal

Another variation on a theme… this coconut dal is great for all doshas, is nutritious and most-importantly, delicious. Mung beans are the easiest pulse to digest (and least wind-forming) and is good for all doshas. If serving with naan, a great spelt naan bread recipe can be found here. Another variation Read more…

Beetroot Curry

Beetroot is in season July through to January so it’s a great vegetable to eat throughout the winter. This sweet-sour Ayurvedic beetroot curry is a delicious way to eat it. If serving with naan, a great spelt naan bread recipe can be found here. Beetroot is in season July through to Read more…

Lemon dal soup

The added sour element from the lime or lemon adds a great twist to this tasty, healthy vegetarian dal soup. It is a very thick, substantial soup which can be eaten as such or had with rice, preferably brown to ensure a full protein meal.  Reduce the garlic if you have Read more…

Date Flapjacks

These Ayurvedic date flapjacks are absolutely delicious and are great for strengthening and nourishing.  They are vata and pitta pacifying but only eat in small amounts if you are watching kapha/weight or have ama. These Ayurvedic date flapjacks are absolutely delicious and are great for strengthening and nourishing. They are Read more…

Ayurvedic Buttermilk (Takra)

Ayurvedic buttermilk (takra) is a liquid preparation made by churning yoghurt with water.  It is a digestive stimulant and helps with proper elimination.  It is very beneficial in cases of IBS, Crohn’s disease, haemorrhoids and obesity. Ayurvedic buttermilk (takra) is a liquid preparation made by churning yoghurt with water. It Read more…