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Simple Summer Coconut Rice, Sweet & Savory

Simple Summer Coconut Rice, Sweet & Savory

When the summer season arrives and temperatures creep up, it can be hard to get excited about spending time in the kitchen cooking a nutritious meal. Besides the lure of spending time outdoors, Ayurveda explains this food apathy in a few ways. First, the increaseread more

Summer Kitchari

Summer Kitchari

Summer takes everything outdoors: our work, our play, even our cooking. Whether you’re gathered around a barbecue or campfire, or enjoying fresh produce straight off the vine, nature encourages us to slow things down and keep things simple during this time of year—and for goodread more

Springtime Rejuvenating Red Dal

Springtime Rejuvenating Red Dal

Melting snow, budding trees, a loamy aroma in the air, earlier sunrises, and later sunsets. These are the signs of spring, the season when the Earth awakens from her hibernation and puts on display all the new life she’s been keeping safe underground during theread more

Barley Turnip Kitchari

Barley Turnip Kitchari

Note: This post may contain affiliate links. See our disclaimer policy for more information.   Spring is a tease of a season. One day, it will offer a dose of warm weather, when we can leave our hats and gloves at home and luxuriate inread more

Wild Rice Stuffing with Apple, Kale & Leek

Wild Rice Stuffing with Apple, Kale & Leek

Published on Breathe Together Online, 11/20/2020 This year’s Thanksgiving spread will probably look a little different in a number of ways. Whether you’re limiting the size of your gathering or canceling the whole thing, the holiday that many of us associate with food extravaganzas (of the healthyread more

Fall Kitchari with Cauliflower, Squash, Carrots, and Beet Greens

Fall Kitchari with Cauliflower, Squash, Carrots, and Beet Greens

I sort of feel about kitchari the way Mary Oliver feels about mangoes. It’s a magical food—easy and delicious, and in the words of my first Ayurvedic counselor, “you should just eat as much of it as you want.” The basics of kitchari might seemread more

Spring Kitchari with Chard, Broccoli, and Leeks

Spring Kitchari with Chard, Broccoli, and Leeks

Transitions of any kind are moments to pay special attention to habits and cravings, realities and fantasies, routine and instability. They are periods where conflicting desires—attachment to the old and excitement for the new—demand that we pause, reflect before we react, and then move forwardread more

Kabocha Squash and Kale Kitchari

Kabocha Squash and Kale Kitchari

Ayurveda recommends kitchari, a simple dish of rice and dahl, as part of a regular healthy diet as well as part of a seasonal reset. Whether you’re enjoying it for just one meal or for a monodiet (eating the same food all day), kitchari isread more

Vegan Spinach and Adzuki Bean “Curry” with Roasted Vegetables

Vegan Spinach and Adzuki Bean “Curry” with Roasted Vegetables

“I mean, I expected it to be good, but this sauce is f*ing amazing.” I was not anticipating this response from my best friend, for whom I had recently prepared this meal on a chilly Friday night after a long week at work, each ofread more

Root Vegetable Chips with Green Soup and Pumpkin Sauce

Root Vegetable Chips with Green Soup and Pumpkin Sauce

They say it takes twenty-one days to create a new habit—but how long does it take to break one? In my experience, it’s somewhere around four. At least that’s how long it took me to get used to not cooking during my recent stay atread more



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