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Aromatics like peppermint and cardamom clear stomach stagnation and indigestion from upper GI heaviness. Add a 1/4 tsp Brahmi (gotu kola) to balance the mind with a calming and...
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Warming, grounding and sweet, Sweet Beet Paste has a luxurious purple sheen and surprising spicy finish. The aromatic oils in mint offer a surprising lift to the heaviness of the beet root.
American cereals are a highly developed and diversified art. Many cereals already include familiar sweet spices like cinnamon. But classic American cuisine can go gourmet by expanding the spicy possibilities. Lime rinds are possibly the secret...
Experiment with poppy seed and saffron spice mixes. Refreshing cardamom and savory saffron meet dark, rich poppy seeds. Discovered by Michele Schulz of Alchemy of Tastes, Albuquerque, NM.
Improves sluggish circulation.
The vital green, almost fluorescent, of ginger and fennel. Smooth coconut flakes, heavy, give softness to this spice combination. Works beautifully with Kale and dark leafies.
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Experiment with this creamy, delicious aphrodisiac and sedative drink before bedtime. Also a warming sauce for creamy dinner dishes. Discovered while listening to a lecture by Dr. Vasant Lad, famous Ayurvedic Physician, in Pune, India.
Thin lassi, slightly astringent. Cooling pungent mint mixes with sour. Perhaps a sauce over rice pulao with saffron and lavender? Or a dressing for a salad or salty tortilla chips? A drink on it's own for midday.
A lassi is simply equal parts yogurt...
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