The Ayurvedic Living Blog
Get to know the Ayurvedic Living School's Community Director Jennifer Wiest!
Jennifer is our Community Director & Senior Coach Supervisor. Jennifer was in our first graduating class of the school. She's a graduate of both Ayurveda Life Mastery & Ayurveda Herbalists trainings. She's a certified Ayurveda Life Mastery Health & Life Coach & Ayurveda Herbalist Practitioner....
Spinach Paneer Recipe
Spinach paneer also known as saag paneer, is a creamy spinach with paneer cubes (homemade cheese) and probiotic benefits. It is an excellent vegetarian protein source and blood builder and is recommended on a weekly basis for vegetarians. This is a very popular dish with kids and served in every indian restaurant. The creamy texture of spinach with...
3 Chill Pills
to Soothe Summer Anger
with Traci Webb
1. Do not postpone your meals - this will overheat your liver (the "seat of anger") and will eat away at your reserve energy ("ojas") leaving you with diminished endurance to stress and more likely to flare up for no reason.
2. Take 15 minute vacations once an hour. Here are some ayurvedic ideas for you......
Ayurvedic Bone Broth Recipe
Bone broth is a popular trend and an ancient medicinal food. So much of the time in modern culture we eat the meat and forgo some of the most nutrient dense parts of the animal - the bones and organs.
Bone broth is teeming with the minerals and nutrients needed to nourish and heal the deeper tissues of the body containing nutrients like calcium, magnesium,...
(Ayurvedic Probiotic Drink)
Takra is Ayurveda's probiotic drink. It's very different from what we call buttermilk in most stores in the west. This recipe is often used to restore the beneficial bacteria and heal gut imbalances in ayurveda - a unique and difficult task. It is very good for assimilation and provides an excellent...
Veggie Rolled Rice Recipe (Veggie Poha/Powa)
This is a light, easy, delicious meal your whole family will enjoy.
Poha is a “flattened” rice dish, similar to rice pilaf, which is quick and easy to make. Poha is a dehusked rice which is flattened into dry rice flakes. When added to liquid (hot or cold), the poha flakes absorb the fluids making them expand and...
Puffed Lotus Seeds Dessert
(aka "Phool Makhana" dessert)
Here's a fun dessert/snack/cereal recipe which is light, delicious and perfect for spring time know in ayurveda as kapha or heavy-happy season. Because spring is heavy, it feels right to eat light in spring. Puffed Sweet Lotus Seeds with Roasted Pecans is ideal. It's also got the added "prabhav" super power of being incredibly...
Spring time is upon us in the northern hemisphere. It's time to increase your spicing to strengthen digestion, burn away toxins, and open your bodily channels so the toxins can flow out easily. Kapha heavy watery earthy qualities dominate the environment, your body and your mind at this time. It's a great time to plant the seeds you're wanting to manifest for the year, but just...
Mung Veggie Patties
Think you'll enjoy this mung veggie fritter lightly sauted in ghee for added a light crisp. Goes well with coconut or cilantro chutney. A satisfying treat away from meat or deep fried. Healthy filled with legumes like mung, chickpeas, peas along with veggies of choice like cabbage, shredded carrot and more.
Doshas: grounding for vata, delicious for pitta...
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