Cauliflower Pumpkin Soup

Cauliflower Pumpkin Soup

When the days get darker, our internal light needs to get brighter. Ayurveda speaks about this energetic shift in terms of agni, our digestive fire, which is at its strongest in the fall and winter, allowing us to digest the heavier, denser, and more building seasonal produce nature provides.

In addition to our natural stores of agni, we can build up heat and light, as well as feed all of our senses, through the components of recipes typically thought of as mere garnishes—herbs and spices—as is the case in this nourishing wintertime soup.

Read the recipe on Banyan Botanical’s Insight Blog

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