For many, the concept of food combining – the idea that some foods digest well together while others do not – is entirely new, and somewhat foreign. But according to Ayurveda, it is an essential part of understanding how to eat properly. Continue Reading >
Combine water and lentils in a saucepan and bring to a boil, then lower the heat to a simmer. Add vegetables (if using) and all spices except salt, and cover. Simmer for 10 minutes on low-medium heat, and check every 5 minutes thereafter until desired tenderness as they will cook quickly.
Enjoy this simple, yet delicious, red lentil masoor dal in a bowl, over rice or quinoa, or paired with steamed vegetables.
This recipe is perfectly warming for vata and kapha, but should be paired with cooling herbs like cilantro, mint, or fennel to pacify pitta dosha.
For an easy, nutritious soup that is gentle on the digestive system and full of flavor, this is the recipe you’ve been looking for. Green mung beans are combined with fresh ginger root and digestive spices, cumin and coriander, for a nourishing, tridoshic soup. Enjoy over rice, paired with flatbread, or on its own for a delicious bowl of Ayurvedic goodness. Continue Reading >
This hassle-free toor dal is warming and nourishing, and only requires a handful of ingredients that you probably already have in your kitchen! Add more water if you prefer the dal like a soup, or leave it as-is for a thicker version. Serve with a spoonful of ghee on top and enjoy! Continue Reading >
Aromatic spices are tempered in ghee and drizzled over creamy urad dal in this flavorful, protein-packed dish. Split black lentils are the perfect choice for balancing vata, and digestive spices like ginger, turmeric, and cumin make this recipe even better for supporting healthy agni. Continue Reading >
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