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Hearty Root VegetableThe humble parsnip is a hearty and nutritious root vegetable often cast aside in favor of the more popular carrots, sweet potato or squash. Don't let other more brightly colored plants distract you from the...
Improves sluggish circulation.
Chamomile infuses your tea with a delicious floral aroma that is warm, light & airy. Its smell is reminiscent of apples, first noted by the Greeks, who named it 'ground-apple' (kamai=ground & melon=apple). Relax Your...
Apricots are sweet and sour, tempering the pungency of the other ingredients. Sourness helps keep the digestive tract moistened. This recipe was chosen as a tasty option for salad dressing. Curry and dill are optional - replace with your favorite...
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.
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Bring back the bitters! In nature the predominant taste is bitter. Every time you eat bitters you are bringing your body back to nature, the diet we ate in paleolithic times. Not so great for Vata but Kapha pacifying.
Soft, mushy yams pop out of their skins when baked or boiled. Peas add texture. Although not sour, sharp ginger brings a tang. I imagine eating this dish in a deep south country home within earshot of the garden (with the exception that fresh ginger...
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