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category "Favorite Recipes"

Food choices are an important part of the yogic path. We love sattvic recipes that support our practice. Please submit your favorites!

Eat Your Antioxidants!

posted by admin on August 18, 2014 |

antioxidantsBoost Your Antioxidants with a Seasonal Fruit Salad One of the best things about summer is that the sweetest, most succulent fruits and veggies are in season. Berries, in particular, are so much better when you can find them fresh and at the height of their sweetness. Among the most antioxidant-rich foods are berries, with blueberries at the top of the list. Stone fruits such as plums also rank high

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Quick and Tasty Dinner – Romaine Salad with Chives, Pecans, Chevre and Chive Blossoms

posted by Charlotte Bell on June 5, 2014 |

romaine saladRomaine Salad with Chives, Pecans, Chevre and Chive Blossoms I’ve been eating garden lettuce for several weeks now. My Romaine is not quite as big as what you’ll find in grocery stores, but it’s so tender and fresh. I’ve been enjoying this lively salad for the past few days. It’s especially fun to make this salad at the moment because my backyard chives are in bloom and the blossoms make

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Spring Cleaning with Kichari

posted by Charlotte Bell on March 26, 2014 |

kichariSpring Cleaning with Kichari Spring is here! There’s nothing like the first time you open your windows and let fresh, spring air circulate through your house. The clean air, sunshine and new life all around us often inspires us to clear out the old and invite the new into our homes—and into our bodies too. There are, of course, many ways to clear out the remnants of winter. There are

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Kitcheree: Spring Cleaning for Your Body

posted by admin on April 17, 2013 |

kitchereeKitcheree:  Spring Cleaning for Your Body From The Yoga Cookbook:  Vegetarian Food for Body and Mind People love kitcheree! This hearty, one-pot dish is widely eaten in India, especially by sadhus, who leave it to cook while they are meditating. Kitcheree gives strength and vitality, and is often used as a part of a body detox program (think spring cleaning), after kriyas (cleansing exercises) and upon breaking of a fast.

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Start Your Day with a Quick, Energizing Superfood Breakfast

posted by Charlotte Bell on February 25, 2013 |

superfood breakfastSuperfood Breakfast:  No More Oatmeal Fatigue I stopped eating meat in 1978 and haven’t looked back. The truth is, I never liked meat. My body doesn’t digest it well. I won’t go into detail, but I’ll just say that I felt exhausted, heavy and had constant stomach aches when I ate meat as a child. When I stopped eating meat, those symptoms went away almost instantaneously. For 15 years I

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Our Favorite Recipes

posted by Charlotte Bell on March 28, 2012 |

favorite recipesOur Favorite Recipes:  A Wonderful Homemade Soup for Any Time of Year I love to cook. Like my grandmother, one of my favorite pastimes is to read cookbooks. I love trying new techniques and learning new things. Most of all, I love making good, healthy, made-from-scratch soups that taste better as they settle and mellow (kind of like the body after Savasana!). I stopped eating meat in 1978 and have

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