2 cups butternut squash (cut into 1 inch cubes) 1/2 cup barley 1 tsp. ginger powder 1 oz. coriander seeds 1 tbsp ghee 1 ½ tsp Himalayan salt 1) Put barley into a large pot and add about 6 cups of water; boil until fairly soft. Drain the water 2) Add the butternut squash into a separate pot, cover with water, and boil until soft. 3) Drain squash and save the water. 4) In an electric blender, blend ½ of the cooked barley with enough water from cooked squash to make a smooth mix
Ingredients 7 oz (200 g) high quality dark chocolate, chopped 1/2 cup (120 mL) aquafaba 1/2 cup (100 g) white sugar Instructions In a heat-proof bowl above simmering water, melt the chocolate. Then, set aside to cool.
with an electric mixer, or using a hand mixer with the double beater attachments, whip the aquafaba and sugar until the mixture forms stiff peaks. This will take at least 10 minutes.
Fold the slightly cooled melted chocolate into the whipped aquafaba until i
Yoga Asanas purify, heal, tone and perform acupressure to the body. After performing asanas, the body must rest, restructure and redirect itself, Shavasana is a restorative asana that is a key component of yoga. It usually follows vinyasa or is practiced near the end of a yoga session. Although it seems like a simple pose, it said to take 15 years to master relaxation derived from it. Ending all yoga routines with this pose is imperative; otherwise, strain may occur while the
Spinach wraps with chickpeas and avocado For the wraps: 1 cup of chickpea flour ½ cup of tapioca flour ½ cup of spinach 1 1/8 cup water 1 tsp of salt Mix all ingredients in a food processor. Add about 1/3 of a cup of the mix in pan with ghee and cook until you see edges cook. It will resemble a pancake; they will be pliable because of the tapioca flour so you are able to fold them in a warp. Chickpea filling: 1 tin of chickpeas 2 tsp of paprika 2 tsp of cumin 2 tsp of coriand
Do you ever feel like you are in a pattern that you just cannot break? Need support breaking or changing habits? dating same type even though they are not suitable for you and ends up in disaster! You keep on getting into the same situation repeatedly? Experiences are not really digested and not enough is learned from them. You prefer not to go deep into a subject you rather start a new and forget about it. Chestnut Bud is the flower that will help you observe, learn and be i
2 cups rice ½ tbsp salt Juice of 1 lemon bunch green onions chopped ½ cup whole raw cashews 1 ½ tsp ajwan seeds 2 ½ tbsp ghee 1 bunch of coriander chopped 1) Boil rice and salt in about 4 ¼ cups of water until soft. 2) When rice is done, spread in a low, flat pan and stir in the lemon juice. 3) Saute separately in ghee the chopped green onions, whole cashews and ajwan seeds; then stir into the rice. 4) Just before serving, mix the chopped coriander into the rice mixture.
1 tin of sweetcorn drained A bunch of cilantro chopped 3 green onions 1 tsp of paprika 4 tablespoons of chickpea flour 1/2 juiced lemon Put all ingredients in a food processor. Use a tablespoon to scoop on to pan and form fritters and cook at medium heat with ghee or coconut oil. Delicious!! Serve it with guacamole or a nice fresh salsa.
Mustard Flower Essence: The light Flower- A great aid to help you cope with SAD –Seasonal Affective Disorder Mustard relates to the Soul qualities of cheerfulness, serenity and clarity. In the negative Mustard state, you are surrounded by gloomy depression. Out of the clear blue sky, deep melancholy of an unknown origin descends upon you. You can experience lack of motivation, having no energy, you do not want to move your body. This remedy dispels the gloom and brings joy. S
Aroma, gem, colour and mantra (sound) therapies work more on a subtle level, healing through the mind, the senses and the absorption of subtle impressions. Pure fragrances are used in the forms of incense, flower essences, and essential oil. Essential oils when applied to skin must be diluted in a carrier oil: Vata use sesame, Pitta use coconut, and Kapha use mustard. It is especially useful to place drops of oil on various body sites: The crown, third eye, temples (for heada
1/3 cup rice 1 cup water About 1 1/2 cups milk (your choice) ¼ tsp nutmeg ½ tsp ghee 1) Boil rice in water until soft. 2) Add milk, spices, raisins and ghee and cook until mixture thickens. 4) Serve warm. Variations: Use as little as 1 cup of milk or as much as 2 cups, according to desired consistency. Chop 2 tbsp cashews and sauté in ghee before adding with milk and spices. Substitute ¼ tsp cardamom or a pinch of saffron for the nutmeg