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Ayurveda sees cooking as an important part of the whole digestion and nutrition process. Anyone can cook ayurvedically, we just need to follow a few simple guidelines.

“Ayurveda recommends that we use fresh foods while cooking, because fresh foods provide the maximum amount of energy. Avoid eating leftovers, and frozen or processed foods”

whenever possible, as they lack vital energy and are more difficult to digest. Use spices intelligently to balance the doshas (turmeric, ginger, cumin, and coriander are the most commonly used spices in ayurvedic cooking). The cook should be having good personal hygiene and loving and caring towards people who are going to eat that food. So if you cook your own food and you cook for your family yourself that will be the best thing to do.

ayurveda_testIt’s not easy finding the time:
It’s not easy finding the time to make a wholesome home-cooked meal. Balancing life between work and home is a tough task without the added responsibilities of a warm meal. Take-out and fast food have taken over the dinner table and our stomachs. But does that mean your body is happy?

Here are some dosha specific Quick & Easy Meals that don’t compromise on health or time!

 

  • whenever possible, as they lack vital energy and are more difficult to digest. Use spices
  • intelligently to balance the doshas (turmeric, ginger, cumin, and coriander are the most
  • commonly used spices in ayurvedic cooking). The cook should be having good personal
  • hygiene and loving and caring towards people who are going to eat that food. So if you
  • cook your own food and you cook for your family yourself that will be the best thing to do
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