Discover the power of Ayurvedic cooking with "What to Eat for How You Feel." This cookbook offers 100 seasonal recipes to support optimal health, plus a portion of the purchase price supports adult literacy worldwide through ProLiteracy. Enjoy nourishing food while also making a difference.
From Bev & Her Books:
Feeling good starts in your kitchen. Harness the ancient wisdom of Ayurvedic cooking with "What to Eat for How You Feel." Showcasing fresh and seasonal ingredients, it offers a flexible approach to healthy eating to nourish your body as it changes with the seasons and life stages. With over 100 recipes, it’ll help you make the right food choices to feel your best by encouraging you to always ask, "What works for my body today?"
From the publisher:
This indispensable kitchen companion brings the ancient art of delicious healthy cooking to the twenty-first century with flavors adapted for the contemporary Western palate.
Drawing on her many years of vegetarian cooking, catering, and teaching, in this book Divya Alter explains how to create flavorful meals with seasonal ingredients by applying Ayurvedic principles. With food combinations, methods of preparation, and healing spices customized for individual needs, this is an inspirational guide to achieving optimal health through a personalized way of living and eating.
This volume features 100 recipes for breakfasts, soups, salads, main dishes, one-pot meals, treats, and beverages in three seasonal-based chapters. It includes an ingredient guide along with recipes for staples such as cultured ghee, fresh cheese, yogurt, nondairy milk alternatives, dressings, chutneys, and spice blends.
Alter offers practical ways to bridge the ancient wisdom of food with modern living beyond the boundaries of India. Dishes such as Asian-style Stir-Fried Red and Black Rice, Italian-style Spinach Risotto, and French-style Braised Root Vegetables are accessible to all and carry the healing benefits of Ayurvedic cooking.
Divya Alter is a certified nutritional consultant and educator in the Shaka Vansiya Ayurveda tradition. She is the cofounder of Bhagavat Life, the only Ayurvedic culinary school in New York. She and her husband launched North America’s first Ayurvedic chef certification program and Divya’s Kitchen, an authentic Ayurvedic café in Manhattan.