Food for Thought
The hardest thing is to take less when you can get more.
In a large bowl or Tupperware container, stir together 1/2 cup small or large pearl tapioca with a quart of your favorite fruit juice calming to your dosha (pineapple coconut, blueberry pomegranate, or apricot are some tasty possibilities). If you’re running off to school, work, or play, let it rest in the fridge for a…Read More
(If you do this in the morning before you head into your day, kichadi will be waiting for you for lunch and dinner.) Wash well and soak: 1/2 cup split mung, 3/4 cup basmati rice of your choice. Cover with water together and let sit. Wash and chop whatever vegetables you’ll be using in this…Read More
AN ARTICLE: NOURISHING EVERY CELL WITH THE ELEMENTS By Amadea Morningstar Are You Ready for a Fresh Start? Instinctively in the West, as spring approaches and a new seasonal calendar begins, we consider beginning anew. As we approach this coming equinox, I’d like to invite you to open to the five elements — earth, water,…Read More
Contrary to popular opinion, working with food cravings is not about developing greater will power. It is about engaging food with awareness and beginning to become aware of potential choices we may not be making. Food Cravings by Amadea Morningstar For many of us, food can be entirely satisfying, especially with so many loved ones…Read More
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