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Kitchari is Ayurveda's perfect food, indicated in times of recovery as well as cleansing. Kitchari can even be the centerpiece of a mono-diet or fast, as it is a simple food that supplements the healing process. As with Grandma's chicken soup, there...
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When I first discovered daal, I ate it every meal for a week in a row. Then I was so sick of daal I didn't eat it again for several months. Now we have a more stable relationship and I enjoy daal once a week.
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Lemon & Spice Weight Loss Tea combines peppy cayenne and zesty lemon with gusto and verve. When celebrations with heavy foods and desserts leave you groggy and tired the next morning, Lemon & Spice addes a sparkle to the eye and an enthusiastic boost.
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Nicknamed CCF tea, Cumin, Coriander and Fennel Tea is one of the simplest and most famous home formulas for detoxification, weight loss, and burning up that excess of water retention. To make the tea, simply follow the instructions below. The...
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Bright and colorful, Ginger Dal adds a festive highlight to any meal. With its spices, Ginger Dal warms your body from core to limbs. This savory, heartwarming Indian favorite is belly filling. It provides comfort and calm as it satisfies a big...
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Experiment with bitter sweet parsnips and soft root vegetables. Inspireded by Grover Stock of Iowa (founder of https://sustainablelivingcoalition.org).
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Spicy, sweet and sour Coconut Turmeric Sambar is a spring soup warms your belly on the coldest day. Awaken your senses as you journey to beautiful South India, a landscape palm trees, endless blue skies, and scents of spices greeting your nose. Sambar...
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Ginger, lemon, and honey tea is a remedy for colds and sinus infection. Lemon, like all sours, is a secretagogue which encourages liquidation of mucus and a protective coating of fluids on an otherwise irritated lung and throat. Honey aids...
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