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Simple Ayurvedic Cooking

Learn the fundamental principles of Ayurvedic Cooking


Return to Nature and Simplicity

In this hands-on workshop Sugandha Singhal, master Yogini and Ayurvedic practitioner, will guide you to align with the energy of nature and create simple, nourishing meals using time-proven Ayurvedic principles.

Sugandha is cooking since the age of 12 and she has received  the knowladge from her parents who are ayurvedic practioner an her gurus in India.She is on this journey to help enrich people's lives through flavorful and healthy food

Food is our greatest medicine


What you will get

Beans and Quinoa Salad.A complete meal ready in 5 mins.

Beans and Quinoa Salad.A complete meal ready in 5 mins.

Ayurveda, a traditional system of Indian medicine, offers insightful guidance when it comes to salads. In Ayurveda, each person has a unique constitution, or "dosha," which falls into one of three categories: Vata, Pitta, or Kapha. When crafting a salad, it's important to consider your dosha, as well as the current state of balance in your body, known as "Vikriti." Dosha-Specific Ingredients: Ayurvedic salads are tailored to the individual's dosha. For Vata types, who tend to be cold and light, warm, grounding ingredients like cooked vegetables and grains are preferred. For Pitta types, who have fiery tendencies, cooling elements such as cucumber, leafy greens, and coconut help balance their constitution. Kapha types, with a tendency towards heaviness, benefit from stimulating ingredients like spicy greens, radishes, and mustard greens. Cooked vs. Raw: While raw salads are popular in many cuisines, Ayurveda recognizes that raw vegetables may be challenging for some to digest. Lightly cooking or sautéing the vegetables can make them more suitable for those with delicate digestive systems. Spices and Dressings: Ayurvedic salads incorporate spices like cumin, coriander, fennel, and turmeric, which are not only flavorful but also promote balanced digestion. Healthy fats like ghee or cold-pressed oils are often used as dressings. Seasonal and Local Ingredients: Ayurveda emphasizes using locally sourced, seasonal ingredients. This aligns with the idea that foods grown in your environment are more attuned to your body's needs. Mindful Eating: Ayurveda encourages mindful eating, emphasizing chewing food thoroughly and savoring the flavors. This approach helps in better digestion and absorption of nutrients. Avoiding Food Combinations: In Ayurveda, certain food combinations are discouraged as they can disrupt digestion and lead to imbalances. For example, mixing fruits with vegetables is generally discouraged. Ayurvedic dietary principles are highly individualized, as no two people have the same constitution. It's advisable to consult with an Ayurvedic practitioner or a knowledgeable nutritionist to create salads and meal plans that cater to your specific dosha and overall health requirements. You can book your ayurvedic consultation at Regenerate
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