Nothing says Sunday morning like corn muffins! Recipe from The Essential Ayurvedic Cookbook for gluten-free corn bread (recipe makes 7 muffins or one 8" loaf). Corn can have a dry and heating effect on the body - it is great for balancing kapha and is...

Dashi clear broth with gluten-free buckwheat soba noodles. Recipe for the dashi broth in The Essential Ayurvedic Cookbook available at Amazon Dashi Broth is easy to make and can be stored in the freezer in 2 cup containers, ready to go when you need a quick...

In the winter months our digestion is the strongest and the colder weather may have us craving foods that are warm and substantial. Chicken pot pie (or vegetarian pot pie) can fill the bill - and our tummies! You can also make this vegetarian, omit...

  Ayurveda with a Mexican Twist! Do you think an ayurveda diet limits you to eating Indian curries? Think again. Ayurveda is about eating foods that are balancing to your constitution. Balance can be achieved by adjusting the quantity of food, the combinations of food and varying the...

  Served warm,  this tri-doshic salad is suitable for fall. This is a good example of ayurveda food combining and representing the six tastes (sweet, sour, salty, pungent, bitter and astringent). Ingredients are gluten-free, real food: rainbow quinoa, french lentils, pumpkin seeds, escarole, lemon zest, fresh mint and...

Laced with paprika and a splash of lemon, this easy to make chicken will liven up your weeknight meal. Leftovers can be served cold the next day with Radiccio Fennel Salad or Persian-spiced Quinoa Salad for lunch. Serves 2 Marinade: 3 tablespoons lemon juice 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 teaspoon dried oregano 1...

A healthy, low calorie summer snack with lots of versatility for time-pressed individuals who find themselves eating on the go! This lemony hummus recipe is carefully seasoned to be tri-doshic (balancing to all constitutions – even vata! (Gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free, vegetarian)     Get this recipe at:  "The Essential Ayurvedic...