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Recipes: Turmeric Polenta, Roasted Beets & Greens

As the season shifts, so does my spice box. Slowly as winter gives way to a warmer spring and summer, the mustard seeds give way to more fennel and coriander. Saffron and cardamom tint my homemade nut milks and an extra pinch of turmeric accompanies my grains and greens. Almost intuitively, I find myself reaching for certain spices that not only flavor a meal but bring balance and support to …

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Recipes: Dandelion Latte

I’ve been in a continuous state of transience for the past two years, living part time in Kauai and Oklahoma and traveling in between. The last six months I’ve found myself in New Mexico, California, New York, England, Germany, Portugal, Singapore, Vietnam, Arizona, Oahu, Kauai and Oklahoma. I’m tired just typing that. And while I value my travel experiences and opportunities so much, I finally hit that point of craving …

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Recipes: Winter Vata Bowl

I’m very excited to share with you a new cookbook project I collaborated recently. Friends, Brendan Davidson and Maggie Harrsen of Good Water Farms in Montauk, invited me to contribute three seasonal Ayurvedic-inspired recipes to this gorgeous cookbook that features Brendan’s many micro greens. The Microgreens Cookbook appeals to health-conscious home chefs, gardeners and those looking to expand their interest in sustainable consumption, with a collection of mouthwatering …

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Recipes: Portuguese Carob Almond Cake + Portugal Retreat

Last month, I traveled to Portugal for the first time. I knew even before the plane had landed that the trip ahead held magic and significance for me. Flying over Lisbon, I could feel that mix of curious excitement and assuredness that where I was heading was exactly where I needed to be. And it was. There are few places in the world where I’ve arrived and let out a …

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Living Ayurveda: Making Ghee

Making ghee is more an act of sacred ceremony than it is cooking a simple condiment. Though ghee itself is a diverse staple in the modern home kitchen and medicine cabinet, the process of making ghee has ancient roots. In Vedic culture, ghee has been celebrated as a symbol of nourishment and health, and touted as the food of the gods in the Vedic texts.

“Tongue of the gods,” “navel of …

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