If you know me, you do know that I love both cooking and eating whole, natural foods, which is why I am so excited about the Blissology Project Commitment #4: eating food that’s high on the pranameter(TM). It makes sense, right? If we eat food that comes from a natural, prana (energy) filled source, we are going to be more radiantly alive? In that vein, here’s a recipe for some scrumptious raw, blissology “bliss” balls. Enjoy!!!
From the Yogue archives. This is a favourite and perfect here in the tropics where are living for the next few months. Even if you are in colder climes, the ginger will warm this brew up and depending on your Ayurvedic constitution, you may add a little more or less. Please do use organic ingredients! […]
summer strawberries make for a luscious home made vegan / raw treat. enjoy.
Wondering what to cook for dinner tonight? Want it to be nourishing, whole and delicious? I’ve turned to both my trusted cookbooks as well as some exciting food blogs. Read on for more inspiration.
raw cacao nibs, a nutritional powerhouse, is also delicious added in to tea, smoothies or trail mix…
I just returned back to Vancouver and Ucluelet from a visit to a city I still call Bombay – my birthplace and former home town. Amongst the highlights were; spending time with family + friends, teaching some Blissology + Yoga workshops at Yoga Sutra, researching more spas for an upcoming Asia Spa magazine feature on Bombay spas; and casting my “eagle eye” over the yoga alignment at a Vogue, India photoshoot featuring local yoga instructors, that fortuitously enough, a friend from Vancouver, the super-talented Martin Prihoda, was shooting. One of those small-world stories. Read on for some of Yogue’s Mumbai insider tips.
Drinking tea is both my favorite morning ritual to welcome in a day as well as my nightcap of choice after a meal, perfect post a yoga practice and sometimes before one. And I am not alone, hundreds of millions of people around the world drink tea, approximately 9 billion in Canada alone. We continue to imbibe this most ancient of human beverages, one that owes its appearance to a chance meeting of leaves and hot water in the China of almost 500,000 years ago.
Contrary to popular belief, an oh-too-sweet chai latte at Starbucks is really not the same as a cup of home-brewed “masala” chai, which is what I grew up with in India. You simmer a varying combination of delicious spices that warm up milk into a balancing brew that’s perfect for a cold winter day, something I love especially here in the damp climate of the Pacific Northwest.
searching for the ideal eco-chic to go tea mug
warming ayurvedic khichadi for cool autumn nights.