Ayurvedic cooking Tag

How to Create Recipes and Routines to Thrive this Winter with Kate O’Donnell

How to Create Recipes and Routines to Thrive this Winter with Kate O’Donnell

Smoothies, soups and sweet treats, Oh my!! Listen in on the Cate and Kate show today and learn how to create new and exciting meals and desserts with Kate O’Donnell, author of The Everyday Ayurveda Cookbook and Everyday Ayurvedic Cooking for a Calm, Clear Mind.We chat about delicious, nutritious Ayurvedic recipes that are easy to make this winter season for yourself or to give as gifts for the holidays! It is so important in today’s society to spend some quality time preparing your food or to get your hands a little...

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Ayurveda, Food, Cooking, and the Gunas with Kate O’Donnell

Kate O’Donnell, author of the new, yet to be released cookbook, Everyday Ayurveda Cooking for a Calm, Clear Mind talks with me about the three gunas: sattva, rajas and tamas, in relation to who we are on this planet and our bigger life goals. We dive deep into the patterns of Ayurveda, the food we choose to nourish ourselves with, and the connections between human beings and the planet.We talk about health evolution, the expansiveness of our minds and bodies, the process of self nourishment and how we can connect...

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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,...

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Elena Brower on Ruthless Self Care for Yoga Teachers

Elena and I first met eons ago at Inner Harmony. We're talking 2004. Now, 12 years later we're in the next decade of our lives. We each have a kid. Elena is still in New York and I'm still in Idaho. We've both grown in our respect for the traditions, practice, and philosophies of yoga and Ayurveda.Our conversation centers around coming clean as we mature on the path of Yoga, which leads to the path of Ayurveda. Tap into the following, and share with your yoga pals. We talk about...

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Chat with Chef Johnny, from Eat Taste Heal

https://www.yogahealer.com/audio/chef-johnny-3.mp3 Chef Johnny Brannigan, the recipes behind Eat, Taste, Heal, gives us a lecture on how to cook. The book is out of stock at the time of writing, and going into it's 7th printing, in large part, due to the recipes. A Dish has a soul. Chef Johnny says, “A dish is more than a collection of ingredients. It has a soul.” During this 75 minute lecture, Chef Johnny teaches us how to layer tastes. He gives you recipes to optimize your health through fall cooking. Chef Johnny even gets into the 3...

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Living Foods Recipes for Labor Day

Gabriel Cousens, the world's foremost live-foods medical doctor, reverberates that the key to a healthy diet is organic and live. Most of us here in the YogaHealer tribe get that and we're on to practicing the next step; discerning the exact mix of foods that are best for our own bodies and coordinating that with the seasons + our unique environments.So, let's look at where we are in the year right now. The late summer holiday, Labor Day, is upon us. The transition from summer to fall is en route....

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