Bread has been part of our diet for generations; biscuits have supported many of us in good or bad times, and it is a bliss to have a scoop of ice-cream on a hot day. Yet, the meanings of the words ‘bread’, ‘ice-cream’, or ‘biscuit’ have changed in the past decades; the products they commonlyContinue Reading Ultra-processed foods: time to re-consider?
Tonight, we had a special treat at our Ayurvedic clinic, it is called idli with coconut chutney and originates from South India. It is very simple but there is beauty in its’ simplicity and even if you don’t feel like having it as a main dish, it can well be a wonderful snack before BBQContinue Reading Cooking class: idli from South India
Today at our Ayurvedic cooking classes we were doing something non-Ayurvedic, but tasty – chutney sauces. There were three options: Mint and onion (chopping fresh mint, fresh red onion, adding salt and spices, a bit of water, several drops of lemon juice). Tomato (boiled tomatos, chopped onion, chopped mint, added salt and spices). Tamarind (soakedContinue Reading Chutneys recipes