Wednesday, July 4, 2018
Heat will naturally increase pitta dosha causing the discomforts to relate to that dosha. Headaches, fatigue, inflammation, dizziness, and fainting. It can usually be treated with rest, a cool environment and hydration (including refuelling of electrolytes, which are necessary for muscle and other body functions).
Posted by Bhuvaneswari at 11:51 AM
Friday, June 15, 2018
I found summer potluck parties a great fun and a great joy. I also enjoy sharing new recipies in the community and feed them with new ideas for a healthy living. This rosted carrot hummus is a friendly addition to any savory dish. Carrots can be replace by beets and mints or just make both for a colourful summer plate. I also like to garnish this dish with fresh edible flowers.
Posted by Bhuvaneswari at 6:43 AM
Wednesday, June 13, 2018
I have added some spices and experiment with a different flavour of fruits, like adding pieces of apple or pear. Either way, this dessert can make kids eat their protein and still look for more.
Posted by Bhuvaneswari at 3:45 PM
Thursday, February 1, 2018
I am not sure how missed this soup for the winter season. Cauliflower have a delicate and sometimes bland taste that you need to be precise in the use of spices, oils and herbs.
I found the richness of the coconut milk very nourishing for the winter months, however coconut being a cooling milk need to be well compensate it with warming spices like ginger.
Posted by Bhuvaneswari at 1:40 PM
Wednesday, December 20, 2017
You can store the uncooked balls in the fridge (tightly wrapped up on a plate) for up to 36 hours before baking, so there's less fuss the day of a big meal. The uncooked balls can also be frozen in a freezer-safe bag for 1 to 2 weeks. To bake, simply pop the frozen balls on a prepared baking sheet and bake for 30 to 33 minutes (they need roughly 7 to 10 minutes more bake time when baking from frozen). Also, the Cranberry-Pear Sauce can be made 1 to 2 weeks in advance and frozen until ready to use.
Thank you Angela Clipton for your lovely recipe.
Posted by Bhuvaneswari at 8:45 AM
This peppermint patty is a showstopping dessert that's coloured naturally with spinach—though only you and I will know its nutritious secret! As an added bonus it’ll only set you back 15 minutes of prep.
The filling calls for at least 4 hours of freezing time, so I like to whip it up before bed to pop in the freezer overnight. This way, all I have to do the next day is add the ganache on top and freeze it for another 10 minutes.
Posted by Bhuvaneswari at 8:30 AM
Tuesday, October 3, 2017
Posted by Bhuvaneswari at 10:59 AM
Monday, October 2, 2017
Posted by Bhuvaneswari at 5:29 PM