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Jan 23
Potatoes with Spinach Soup
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Spinach is heating but potatoes are astringent and cooling. Turmeric opens up circulation bringing heat to the extremities for Kapha dosha.

Jan 22
Radish & Yogurt Raita
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Raita's are a simple & striking yogurt condiments from India. There are nearly infinite variations of this versatile sauce, dip, salad and side dish rolled into one. This is yogurt as its best. Raitas are creamy & delicious, often taking less than five...

Jan 22
Fava Bean Salad (Foul Mudammas)
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Lemon, raw onion and uncooked olive olive are perfect for springtime cleansing of the liver. Beans reduce cholesterol, and provide plenty of fiber for healthy elimination. Parsley is a strong diuretic for cleansing the blood and reducing water weight in...

Jan 21
Buttery Carrot Soup
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Buttery carrot soup is simple to digest and fatty. Ayurveda uses simple, easy to digest foods whenever the body is imbalanced. Buttery carrot soups aggravates Kapha because it's oily. Onions and garlic ground the nervous system. Black pepper adds heat.

Jan 21
Swiss Chard & Onion Taco
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By late January, as temperatures reach a low point, the body is already preparing for spring. Corn should replace wheat as the primary grain this time of year. Here, corn tortillas not only warm up your senses this time of year, corn's mild diuretic...

Jan 21
Metabolism Boosting Green Tea with Basil & Ginger
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Feel alive, bright, and refreshed with every sip of Green Tea with Ginger & Basil. Its vibrant tastes refresh your palate, enliven your taste buds, and stimulate your blood flow. Altogether, these detoxicant herbs leave you feeling clean and clear. If...

Jan 17
Cinnamon Oatmeal with Almonds & Milk
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Warm, rustic, and nourishing, this creamy oatmeal sticks to your ribs. This warming winter breakfast will feel comforting in your tummy, while satiating your appetite all the way to lunchtime.Easy to DigestOats are an ideal breakfast grain because it is...

Jan 15
Beet Soup with Lemon Juice & Parsley
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Beets, grapefruit and dandelion are the three spring cleanse foods. Beets thin and support the flow of bile which decongests the liver. Beets also support the blood and have a laxative cleansing effect. Lemon juice is a powerful cholagogue that also...

Jan 15
Cardamom, Ginger & Fennel Tea
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Cardamom, ginger and fennel improve circulation, digestion and burn off morning mucous. This light and refreshing appetizer is great between meals to reset your palate. It makes an excellent spring tonic.

Jan 15
Red Cabbage & Vinegar
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Red cabbage & Vinegar Stew's tangy flavor and rustic heartiness will make you pine for the Ukrainian grandmother you never had. Perfect for a dark winter night, stimulating vinegar gets your blood moving when the cold leaves you feeling constricted....

Jan 14
Garlic Mashed Potatoes with Chives
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Mashed potatoes are irresistible. Here's a recipe that is classic yet easier to digest. Almond milk replaces cream or milk while rich, savory garlic adds extra digestibility and depth of flavor.

Jan 11
Celery, Beet & Carrot Juicing
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People talk of detoxifying their bodies all year round, but did you know that cleansing in the spring supports the body's natural instincts to purify and renew? Early spring is a period of bright newness - a great time to refresh yourself while tender...

Jan 10
Chai Spiced Yogurt
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Cool, smooth and sweet Chai Spiced Yogurt is a calming start to a hot summer's day. Heavy, grounding yogurt makes you feel calm, cool and collected. The enjoyable aromatic spices are a delightful complement to the creaminess of yogurt and help to...

Jan 07
Sweet Cream of Wheat with Spices
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This rich, creamy breakfast treat is called shudji haalwa throughout India. Kids fight over it while adults pretend not to. This decadent recipe is somewhere between a dessert and a proper meal - everyone needs to let loose once in a while! If you have a...

Jan 05
Red Wine Barley Soup with Rosemary & Mushrooms
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Red Wine Barley Soup with Rosemary is a hearty, rustic winter choice. Effectively stave off the chill with this winter by warming your kitchen (and your belly!). Red wine vinegar and rosemary are warm and pungent, while barley is deeply nourishing...

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