Presents a complete guide to cooking and eating that complements a yoga practice, instructing readers on how to tailor a diet in accordance with one's mind-body type, stock a kitchen, and prepare foods that optimize both nutrition and flavor.
Presents a complete guide to cooking and eating that complements a yoga practice, instructing readers on how to tailor a diet in accordance with one's mind-body type, stock a kitchen, and prepare foods that optimize both nutrition and ...
Author: Elaine Gavalas
Publisher: Avery Publishing Group
In this completely rewritten and expanded second edition of From Vegetables with Love, you will find over 300 mouthwatering recipes and a wealth of information about the yogic approach to food and diet, including the healing properties of natural foods and herbs, helpful "yogi kitchen tips," and stories from Siri Ved's years serving as Yogi Bhajan's personal chef.Siri Ved Kaur Khalsa was one of the early students of Yogi Bhajan and served as his personal cook in the 1970s. It was in his kitchen that her natural aptitude for preparing healing foods was nurtured and first blossomed. He loved cooking too, and would often show her how to create amazing curries, paraanthas, and other foods with his unique yogic flair and ayurvedic wisdom. She learned by his side in the kitchen and at his feet as his student, and then shared her knowledge with others through teaching workshops and cooking classes, cooking columns, and her two cookbooks, Conscious Cookery (1979) and From Vegetables with Love (1989). From 2001 to 2007 she ran Yogi Eats, a vegetarian catering company in Los Angeles with a devoted following of yogis, celebrities, and other lovers of delicious, healing, natural foods.
In this completely rewritten and expanded second edition of From Vegetables with Love, you will find over 300 mouthwatering recipes and a wealth of information about the yogic approach to food and diet, including the healing properties of ...
Author: Siri-Ved Kaur Khalsa
The Yoga Kitchen teaches you that by eating holistic recipes you can nourish your mind, strengthen your body, and bring more balance into your life. All the recipes are vegetarian and glutenfree, allowing you to improve your health, build your inner core, increase your energy, and support your spiritual development. Kimberly brings her healthful recipes and yogic principles straight into your kitchen. The recipes in The Yoga Kitchen are divided into chakra-based chapters: Ground, Flow, Vitalize, Nurture, Strengthen, Calm and Pure. It has never been easier to eat in a balanced way with these delicious and inspiring yogabased recipes.
The Yoga Kitchen teaches you that by eating holistic recipes you can nourish your mind, strengthen your body, and bring more balance into your life.
Author: Kimberly Parsons
Publisher: Quadrille Publishing
The road to good health through proper diet and nutrition can lead down many paths; you may ask yourself, should I go vegan? Follow a gluten-free regimen? Should I eat raw or cooked foods? Natasha Kyssa offers all that and more in this inspiring collection of mostly raw, whole-foods recipes that will improve your health, no matter what your age. Natasha is a former international fashion model who transformed her unhealthy lifestyle by turning to raw foods almost twenty-five years ago; she is now a raw foods consultant and restaurateur who also runs marathons in her spare time. Natasha promotes a balanced, flexible diet designed for individual constitutions and based on fresh plant foods—gluten-free, toxin-free, and simply delicious. Her regimen also takes into consideration older folks and others who cannot tolerate an all-raw diet by including cooked foods. It's a cookbook and lifestyle guide to be shared between generations, much like Natasha and her mother, who contributes vegan versions of central European classics like borscht, mushroom goulash, cabbage rolls, and lovage dumplings. Other recipes include raw soups, cakes, and puddings, as well as a raw Pad Thai and spaghetti bolognese. Spend some time in Natasha's kitchen; it will transform your life! Natasha Kyssa runs SimplyRaw, a healthy lifestyles consulting company, and SimplyRaw Express, a vegan restaurant in Ottawa, Ontario. Her first book, The SimplyRaw Living Foods Detox Manual, was published in 2009.
YOGI TEA MAKES 1.5 G (6 L) I lived through many Canadian winters without consuming anything heated. Since turning fifty, I find that my body feels better ...
Author: Natasha Kyssa
Publisher: arsenal pulp press
A Spoonful of Sequences for the Stay at Home Yogi The ideal companion for the everyday yogi, this collection of stay at home practices and yoga sequences is designed to keep the heart physically and emotionally healthy. With sweet and simple illustrations, ingredients, affirmations, and more, Kitchen Yoga is all you need to practice yoga from the comfort of your home. Sometimes, even yogis stay at home. An inspiring twist on integrating yoga routines into your day-to-day, Kitchen Yoga cooks up poses and practices that bring the benefits of yoga to your daily life. Inside, yogi Melanie Salvatore-August guides you through a modified Down Dog while awaiting your morning coffee, a Locust pose in the living room, detox practices in the bathroom, and relaxation exercises for nighttime yoga in bed. Stay at home and practice yoga with practical routines. Incorporate a yoga routine into your everyday life with cleansing poses, yoga sequences, breathing methods, detox practices, and meditations. Whether a busy soul or the stay at home parent, Kitchen Yoga is the perfect alternative to anyone looking for a quick workout around the house. Enjoy practical and powerful practices along with: Daily affirmations to fuel transformation Sweet illustrations of poses and meditations featured inside A feast of easy-to-follow yoga recipes for the mind and body If you enjoyed books like Chair Yoga, Making Space, The Pilates Body, or The Joy of Yoga, then you’ll love Kitchen Yoga.
Easily practice yoga from home no matter who you are with this simple, illustrated guide. An inspiring twist on integrating yoga and life, Kitchen Yoga cooks up poses and practices to do wherever you are.
Author: Melanie Salvatore-August
Publisher: Mango Media Inc.
Category: Health & Fitness
The Yoga Kitchen Plan is a soulful journey towards finding your best, most authentic self where a quiet mind and overall sense of calm are the ultimate goal. Through the use of pure, non-stimulating foods, the plan helps the reader reach a state of bliss and tranquility each day. The book starts by explaining the body’s chakra system and how this is integral to a yogic lifestyle. The core of the book is the simple, 7-day plan which incorporates breathing exercises, meditations, basic yoga practice, daily tasks, and then a selection of recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner that target each of your 7 chakras to take you through a whole week. The 80 recipes follow a sattvic food model – this means that the food is lacto-vegetarian i.e. fruit, vegetables and dairy predominate while stimulating foods that unsettle the mind are excluded, such as eggs, garlic, onion and caffeine. Examples include Raspberry & Apple Bircher with Pistachio Confetti; Blueberry & Basil Kombucha with Poached Pear & Rhubarb; Fennel, Beetroot & Orange Salad with Whipped Feta; and Grilled Lettuce, Corn & Black Bean Chop Salad.
WHY THE YOGI WAY OF LIFE? What I have come to realize about yoga through my own practice is that living a yogi's life is the real yoga challenge.
Author: Kimberly Parsons
Publisher: Hardie Grant Publishing
Category: Health & Fitness
Shaka turned and flounced into the kitchen . Yogi followed ; through the rectangular , white , fitted kitchen , into a corridor and immediately through a ...
Author: Ellen Banda-Aaku
Publisher: East African Publishers
Category: AIDS (Disease)
“In just a minute, Honey,” Allie answered looking at me, as I watched Robert walk toward the kitchen. “Yogi, get a couple of cookies and go play for a ...
Author: Stafford O. Chenevert
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
“The Yoga Plate brings us compassion and living right for our families, our planet and our animals—a beautiful offering for good all around.” —Julie Piatt and Rich Roll, bestselling authors, wellness leaders, chefs, and podcast hosts Discover 108 nourishing and delicious vegan recipes in the first modern cookbook to marry yoga’s principle of ahimsa with nutrition. We take a lot of care when it comes to choosing the proper clothing for yoga, the right accessories, the best studio—but primary to these considerations is an often overlooked yet vital component of practice: our diet. How we eat might be the most important aspect of an effective practice. How we eat is a huge component to the practice because it represents how we treat and nourish ourselves. By changing the way we eat physically and consciously, we can put ourselves on the path to greater well-being. In The Yoga Plate, LA-based yoga power couple Tamal and Victoria Dodge introduce readers to the philosophy of yoga as it is reflected in our eating choices. The 108 recipes are designed according to the concept of ahimsa, or non-harm. “Consciously or not, we can cause a lot of harm with our eating habits,” explain the authors. “Living with ahimsa means we try to cause the least harm possible to all living creatures.” Each recipe takes you through your daily practice of yoga, starting with “Morning Meditations,” where you’ll find smoothies and breakfasts to fuel and power you through the day; “A Plate Full of Prana,” with snacks, soups, and salads to revitalize your system; “A Bowl Full of Yin,” with recipes to help cultivate a centered mood; and “Sweet Savasana” for restorative and beneficial dessert options. A well-rounded yoga practice includes a conscious approach to the things we eat. With The Yoga Plate, readers can make each meal a sacred activity to support both our practice and well-being.
In The Yoga Plate, LA-based yoga power couple Tamal and Victoria Dodge introduce readers to the philosophy of yoga as it is reflected in our eating choices.
Author: Tamal Dodge
Publisher: Sounds True
Forty years ago, in May of 1959, His Holiness Maharishi Ma-hesh Yogi first visited the United States of America. It seems only fitting to bring out a commemorative edition of the book written by my mother in 1967 wherein she described the adventures of Maharishi's first summer in this country. It is a book so like Maharishi, a tender story told simply about a great man with a superhuman goal. During these forty years, I have had the opportunity to quietly witness this great man going about the manifestation of a phenomenal vision-a vision based on the principle that everyone should naturally and innocently live 200 percent of life: one hundred percent inner spiritual joy along with one hundred percent outer material satisfaction. Maharishi wanted to bring humankind out of suffering and restore to us our rightful human dignity. He envisioned a world in which its citizens could enjoy a life free from problems-an ideal life based in good, useful and virtuous thoughts, words and actions; where we could enjoy the blessings of spontaneous good health, excellent and effective systems of education for our children, increased economic prosperity, and improved social well-being on all levels of society; where the spiritual ideals of all religions could be realized and lived in daily life; and, most importantly, where we could live in lasting world peace and real friend-ship with one another. And Maharishi offered a simple, powerful solution for realizing that goal-an easy, natural, mental technique that he called Transcendental Meditation, which allows anyone to develop his or her full potential while simultaneously nourishing the surrounding environment.....
The tiny kitchen overflowed with as many people as could crowd in . Since I had begun spending so much time in the kitchen , the director had a phone put in ...
Author: Theresa Olson
Publisher: 1st World Publishing
Category: Biography & Autobiography
A collection of favorite healthy recipes by a chef whose practices have been utilized by numerous Hollywood celebrities includes such options as Wild Salmon and Grilled Artichoke Salad with Green Tea Ranch Dressing, Wild Blueberry Cobbler, and Sundance Chocolate Torte. 12,000 first printing.
Yogi Tea Thai Kitchen 30315 Union City Blvd. Union City , CA 94587 Phone : ( 800 ) 967 - THAI Website : www.thaikitchen.com Makers of preservative - free ...
Author: Akasha Richmond
Category: Health & Fitness
The Mandala Kitchen sheds light on which foods and lifestyle choices can either promote or damage your gut health, and offers a collection of easy, delicious and nourishing recipes to heal your gut and as a result strengthen your immune system, improve your mood and assist in weight loss. All the recipes have been designed to be time saving as well as family friendly. Includes A Gentle Start - a meal suggestion to start healing your gut; Lunchbox- ideas and recipes for on-the-go gut health; Gut healing recipes for children- child-friendly meals.
The Mandala Kitchen sheds light on which foods and lifestyle choices can either promote or damage your gut health, and offers a collection of easy, delicious and nourishing recipes to heal your gut and as a result strengthen your immune ...
Author: Marlien Wright
Playing in the Kitchen offers a delightful smorgasbord of opportunities for culinary delight, going beyond standard cookbook fare to provide a feast that transcends the five senses. The delicious recipes will tempt your sense of taste. In addition, each recipe contains a Playing With Your Food Section that provides substitution tips, how to avoid kitchen disasters, ways to rescue mistakes and much more. For your sense of humor, there are stories; both traditional folk tales as well as humorous essays that explore subjects like cooking with a significant other, fear of an empty refrigerator, and the universe as a cosmic soup. But what makes Playing in the Kitchen completely unique are the movement explorations designed to make everything from chopping to washing the dishes a pleasurable and ergonomic adventure that awakens your kinesthetic sense. You'll never cook the same way again!
Experts theorize that it is because yogis breathe so much more efficiently than the average ... they process more amounts of useful oxygen than a non–yogi.
Author: Lavinia Plonka
Who says a Gen X hipster can't solve old-school mysteries? Harley Jean's a failed college student. Her brief career in corporate banking went up in flames. She can't find Mr. Right and might settle for Mr. Wrong. She's twenty-six-years old--staring down the barrel at thirty--and now she works as a tour guide in the whacko land of Elvis. She's named after a motorcycle. Her dad's an Elvis impersonator. Her Mom talks to spirit guides. Someone kidnaps her family's dog--named King, in Elvis's honor. There's a ransom note. And then, things really get weird. Memphis tour guide Harley Jean Davidson is about to enjoy a rare day off when her parents call with news that King, their border collie, has been dognapped. Harley Jean's mom insists the culprit is Bruno Jett, their next door neighbor. Harley Jean would rather run over her own foot with a motorcycle than talk to him. He's drop-dead gorgeous--with a dangerous attitude she'd like to avoid. But King has to be rescued, so she sets off to find him. Harley Jean gets more than she bargains for when she finds a body, as well. Bruno Jett is definitely involved, but how? The Memphis P.D. wants to pin the murder on Harley Jean's dad. Now it's up to her to clear his name . . . and avoid becoming the killer's next victim. Leaving corporate banking for a job free of stress had been a matter of survival. So here she was, in her late twenties and burned out, but finally in a job she didn't have to take home with her at night. It was a good trade-off--most of the time. At least, when she didn't have to deal with a very sexy possible murderer . . . The basement door opened. Looking up, she saw Jett through the cracks in the wooden stairs. For a moment he just stood on the top step, the door propped open with his foot, then he let it close softly behind him but remained still and silent. He knew someone was here. The lights . . . she'd left the lights on. She barely breathed, just shallow breaths to keep from passing out, afraid he'd hear her. Bruno Magli shoes descended to the second riser. She briefly closed her eyes, thoughts of O.J. and his infamous shoes reverberating ominously in her brain. Surely, it was coincidence. The shoes descended another step, then another, and she held her breath until her ears rang and her lungs ached. The shoes stopped on the second from the bottom stair. She saw denim though the gaps, dark socks, long legs--she looked up and her gaze locked with dark blue eyes peering at her through the risers. Oh damn. He smiled, but it wasn't a very nice smile. "Well," he said, "I seem to have an uninvited visitor." "I . . . uh, was just looking for you." "And now you've found me." He reached the floor and turned to look at her where she'd edged out from beneath the stairs to feel for an escape route in the concrete block walls. "Why yes," she said, aware she spoke too brightly, "here you are. Now that you're home, I'll just be going." "No, I don't think so." He moved a few steps closer, near enough she could see the cold, dangerous gleam in his eyes. Uh oh. "Oh, I don't mind," she said, "really. I think I hear my mother calling me." "They're not home." She stared at him suspiciously. "And how do you know that?" "Because that obscene, puke green van is gone from the driveway." "Oh." That sounded logical. After all, it had been Bobby's first clue. So maybe Jett hadn't done anything to them or was responsible for them leaving. Maybe. He loomed over her. "I don't like you being here, and I don't like my privacy violated. Usually, I tend to get nasty about things like this." Uh oh. Not at all a promising conversation. Virginia Brown is the author of more than fifty novels, most recently the bestselling Dixie Diva Mysteries and the acclaimed mystery/drama, Dark River Road.
Yogi turned toward the kitchen, and Harley heard him mutter something about finding a tire iron. Alarm bells rang in her head. “Uh, Yogi, I hope you ...
Author: Virginia Brown
Elisabeth Page is the daughter of Ben Page, yes, that's right, THE world famous novelist. And yes, she's also the sister of Rascal Page, world famous novelist in his own right. So what does Elisabeth do? Much to her family's disappointment, Elisabeth is a pastry chef. And a pretty damn good one, at Beverly, the hottest restaurant in LA. The last relationship Elisabeth had was with Will, a man she grew up with and whose family ran in the same social circles as her family. But Will's constant jaunts around the world have left her lonely and brokenhearted in L.A. That is until Daniel Sullivan bids on one of Elisabeth's pastry tutorials at a charity auction. Daniel is everything her family is not: a basketball coach, a non-intellectual, his family doesn't summer on Martha's Vineyard, and the only metaphors he uses are about passing the ball and being a team player. But somehow they fit. Between her family, Will, and the new cooking show that Elisabeth is recruited to star in, Elisabeth's life is suddenly incredibly new and different--the question is, can she embrace being happy or has her family conditioned her to think she's just not good enough? Liza Palmer expertly depicts a woman trying to come to terms with professional success, personal success, and finally dealing with a family that might love her from the bottom of their heart but doesn't necessarily have her best interest always at heart.
And Elisabeth, there's a thermos of yogi tea in the kitchen as well. I was assuming your stomach would be a bit ... iffy. Especially today.
Author: Liza Palmer
Publisher: Hachette UK
Grief comes into our lives like a thief. We are shocked, hurt, even bitter. The intensely personal experience may send us in a tailspin of emotions completely unexpected, always unwanted. The death of a child is perhaps one of the most grievous sorrows to bear. As an RN, I have attended many couples experiencing the death of their beloved child in the womb, or shortly after birth. I have witnessed, and shared the intense grief. We have a God who knows the number of hairs on our heads, calls the stars by name, and is aware of each sparrow that falls from the sky. This same God, is aware of each individual experience of grief and pain. God's compassion moved me to start a support group for grieving families, hoping to touch lives with His compassionate love. In this book you will find a compilation of scriptures, poems, notes, and quotes taken from the support group newsletter that I have written over the years. In times of grief, reading the words of others can help communicate the intense feelings of grief and loss and help us realize we are not alone.
The devotee then returned to the kitchen and, with another devotee, ate the rest of Swamiji's soup as prasad. Meanwhile, Swamiji was in his room finishing ...
Skollie, saint, scholar, hippest of hippies, imperfect musician with a perfect imagination, Syd Kitchen was, like all great artists, born to enrich his art and not himself. Plagued by drugs, alcohol and depression, too much of an outlaw to be embraced by record companies, he frequently sold his furniture to cover production costs of his albums, seduced fans at concerts and music festivals worldwide with his dazzling Afro-Saxon mix of folk, jazz, blues and rock interspersed with marvellously irreverent banter, and finally became the subject of several compelling documentaries, one of which - Fool in a Bubble - premiered in New York in 2010. Syd Kitchen – Scars That Shine is a bittersweet romp through the life of a troubled musical genius. Although Syd passed away in 2011, the author Donve Lee climbs inside his head as he lies on his deathbed, and lets his life story unfold in his uniquely irreverent voice and the voices of a motley collection of friends and family.
A hasty instruction to Derick on the fine art of satchel redecoration, concomitant with the completion of a full Yogi breath, preceded my emergence from the ...
Author: Donve Lee
Publisher: Jonathan Ball Publishers
Category: Biography & Autobiography
My husband loves 1lira-da because the yogi-art mal-:es the T'dada 'rem reñ'eshing. I`Ie says they just melt in his 'mouth is a wonderful recipe of lentilsa ...
Updated with a new introduction and amazing photography, the bestselling cookbook by Lucy Buffett (chef sister of Jimmy Buffett) includes authentic family recipes from her Alabama and Florida destination restaurants, Lulu's. Lulu's Kitchen is Lucy Buffett's culinary guide to classic Southern coastal cuisine and is packed with more than 120 signature recipes from her famous Gulf Coast restaurant, LuLu's, and Lulu's Kitchen is the next best thing to being there. Tucked inside are humorous stories and plenty of wit and wisdom from Lucy's own kitchen. The book features party menus, Buffett family favorites, and lots of telling it like it is. Recipes include soul-satisfying delights like West Indies Salad, Heavenly Fried Crab Claws, Garlic Cheese Grits, and Silver Queen Succotash-not to mention a whole chapter of specialty cocktails that will have you daydreaming of cold margaritas and warm sand between your toes.
To my Yogi daughter, Melanie Buffett, your light simply inspires me, and your humorous take on life always solicits a delightful belly laugh just when I ...
Author: Lucy Buffett
Publisher: Hachette UK
Cinnamon Kitchen is the sibling of the great Westminster restaurant The Cinnamon Club, where chef Vivek Singh made his name and helped spearhead a new and exciting direction for Indian food. As Executive Chef at Cinnamon Kitchen, Vivek has brought all of his talents to create new and exciting Indian dishes, all with fresh modern twists, and this cookbook is a collection of the very best of them. From Scottish Angus Fillet with Masala Potato Chips to Black Leg Chicken with Fresh Fenugreek, Singh marries ingredients and techniques from around the world with the traditions and flavours of Indian cuisine to create something truly unique and exciting. There are also fascinating tales of the spice trade and incredible insights into Singh's magical methods of spicing via key technique masterclasses.
YOGI—IURT KADI—II SAUCE This is a very versatile sauce, commonly seen and served in Gujarat, Rajasthan, Delhi and most of north India.
Author: Vivek Singh
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing