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Roasted pears are warm and cozy for cold winter nights. Perfectly wholesome and tasty for a holiday dessert. Learn about about a winter diet in Ayurveda.
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.
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.
Spice up your life with an Ayurvedic spice blend. Spices not only add flavor and balance to your meal, but act as digestive aids as well. Spices have many medicinal properties, as illustrated by the saying, "Let your food be your medicine and let your...
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Cold, minty, and soft from the cheese.
Experiment with citrus. Lime meets "smooth and rich" coconut for a tangy "South Asian" sour in a Salad Dressing. Discovered at Cafe Gratitude in San Francisco, CA by Joseph. (Additional Keywords: Raw Foods, Organic, Vegetarian)
Fennel is a digestive and refreshes the palate between courses. Orange zest boosts metabolism for Kapha and clears stomach stagnation.
Cloves, cardamom and sugar make a great holiday sprinkle on morning toast.
These refined spices add a elegant touch in meat dishes, rice or any mild dish.
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