Tag: vata

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

Creamy Vegan Cauliflower and Leek Soup

Creamy Vegan Cauliflower and Leek Soup

Following nature’s lead when it comes to fresh produce can be hard in winter. The gray days seem to leave us with grayed-out offerings—mottled turnips and dirt-streaked carrots, potatoes for miles and bitter, tough herbs. Leaning into these grounding foods can shift our energy towardread more

Homemade Vegan Caffeine-Free Chai Tea

Homemade Vegan Caffeine-Free Chai Tea

Right now it’s in the single digits in New York City—appropriate for January, but still a bit extreme! Staying warm and cozy indoors is the perfect recipe for dealing with winter wherever you are, which can be enhanced by the perfect cup of tea. I’veread more

Gluten-Free Vegan Root Vegetable Pasta

Gluten-Free Vegan Root Vegetable Pasta

  Rules, as we know, are meant to be broken. No white after labor day no longer applies to clothing, so why not apply it to food as well? I’m not usually a pasta girl, but when vata season sets in I start to getread more

Vegan Sugar-Free Cardamom Bread

Vegan Sugar-Free Cardamom Bread

One of the reasons I think I’m good at baking–besides genetics–is that, unlike cooking, it relies on precision. One quickly learns that a “pinch” of salt is really just that, and you better have the right sized fingers to avoid an unpalatable cake. The time-tested exampleread more

Spiced Garlic Soup

Spiced Garlic Soup

They say accessories make an outfit, but the expression is rarely used when it comes to food. Ingredients like onions, garlic, and spices are traditionally used as important garnishes or flavor bases, but they are usually the foundation of a meal, not the stars. This simple soupread more

Japanese Summer Salad Bowl

Japanese Summer Salad Bowl

Summer ended for me–mentally–last weekend. I decided that I was done with the humidity and heat and Hamptons-goers around me, and I put myself into fall mode. That included, naturally, a return to my favorite kind of meal: bowls. Roasted veggies + grains + protein=superread more

Gut-Friendly Fig and Berry Compote

Gut-Friendly Fig and Berry Compote

The tinkling tune of the ice cream man evokes such nostalgia for me, especially when the thermometer creeps above 90 degrees. Frozen treats are the stuff of memories, can be the basis of an impromptu social gathering, and are the ultimate comfort food for maladiesread more

Creamy Vegan Butternut Squash Curry

Creamy Vegan Butternut Squash Curry

Some of my friends and family members talk about a bowl of pasta like it’s a drug–a food the mere thought of making on a chilly fall evening could send them on a carb spree that would make Marie from Everybody Loves Raymond the proudest mama outread more


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