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Living Ayurveda: Rasa – The Six Tastes of Ayurveda | Sour

This guest post from Adena Rose Ayurveda is part of a six part series on the essential tastes of Ayurveda – catch the other 5 tastes here! Right around the…

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Living Ayurveda: Rasa – The Six Tastes of Ayurveda | Sweet

…mind. Ayurveda explains that there are six tastes: Sweet, Sour, Salty, Pungent, Bitter and Astringent. Some of these may seem obvious, and others enigmatic. Each of the tastes is also…

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Living Ayurveda: Rasa – The Six Tastes of Ayurveda | Salty

This guest post from Adena Rose Ayurveda is part of a six part series on the essential tastes of Ayurveda – catch the other 5 tastes here! Did you catch…

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Living Ayurveda: Rasa – The Six Tastes of Ayurveda | Pungent

This guest post from Adena Rose Ayurveda is part of a six part series on the essential tastes of Ayurveda – catch the other 5 tastes here! 2014 is the…

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Living Ayurveda: Rasa – The Six Tastes of Ayurveda | Bitter

This guest post from Adena Rose Ayurveda is part of a six part series on the essential tastes of Ayurveda – catch the other 5 tastes here! “There are only…

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Living Ayurveda: Rasa – The Six Tastes of Ayurveda | Astringent

This guest post from Adena Rose Ayurveda is part of a six part series on the essential tastes of Ayurveda – catch the other 5 tastes here! This word, to…

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Recipes: Spring Beluga Lentil & Beet Salad with Coriander Vinaigrette

…how the tastes of each food creates not only a physical experience, but a mental/emotional experience as well. Ayurveda explains that there are six rasas or tastes: Sweet, Sour, Salty,…

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Recipes: Blistered Green Beans with Preserved Lemon & Parsley + A Thanksgiving Guide 2019

…a beautifully designed recipe book with 25 seasonal vegetarian recipes to design a balanced holiday menu. You’ll learn about the essentials of Ayurveda, the six tastes, how to balance building…

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Recipes: Asparagus & Barley Bowl

…a go-to. The inclusion of pungent, bitter and astringent tastes make this recipe ideal for balancing springtime Kapha when the water element is dominant (think spring showers, melting snow, fog…

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