The Everyday Ayurveda Cookbook with Kate O’Donnell

The Everyday Ayurveda Cookbook with Kate O’Donnell

If you've ever wondered how to streamline nourishing your body with food, you'll love today's conversation with Kate O'Donnell. Kate recently released the The Everyday Ayurveda Cookbook: A Seasonal Guide to Eating and Living Well.
Kate and I found we both teach Ayurveda based on the Gunas instead of the doshas . We find it's an easier way to help people tap into what is happening within their bodies, and an easier tool to move towards balance.. One does not need to be well versed in Ayurveda to feel for hot, cold, dry, and light, for example (thought one does need to practice attention).
With an understanding of the effects of seasonal changes, and how to balance these changes through the diet and a few good habits, Ayurveda can serve anyone empowered to stay healthy. Listen in…


I rap with Kate O'Donnell about her  Everyday Ayurveda Cookbook:

  • Setting your food body up the night before
  • Cooking in the am tips
  • Shifting  Ayurveda from dosha focuses instead of seasonal focus


What you’ll also get out of tuning in

  • How to get your family to stop snacking
  • Why snacking creates emotional havoc
  • Tips for breakfast for kids to keep them going until lunch





Kate ODonnell has been traveling to India annually for 18 years to study yoga and Ayurveda. She is the author of  The Everyday Ayurveda Cookbook: A Seasonal Guide to Eating and Living Well Presently, Kate is a Boston based yoga teacher, author, Ayurvedic Practitioner, and co-director of the Boston Ayurveda School. Her goal is to inspire others to live from their true nature.
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1 Comment
  • Jan miwka
    Posted at 17:04h, 21 August

    I listened as my new pot of kitcheree was on the last leg of its cooking process. I went out to garden to harvest beans, zuchinni and a golden beat. Yum and a huge bunch of Russian red kale.
    At the end of the podcast I was sitting and eating my luxurious meal. So grateful to feel so healthy.
    Looking forward to getting a cook book. First in many years. I use google to find recipes So thanks for the new insite and the kick in the butt I needed.

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