What is Ayurveda?
“The place for healing cuisine.”
What exactly is this healing cuisine? Food is the very essence of our bodies. The mind is affected by the conditions of the body. So ultimately food affects our state of consciousness. As pointed out in the Hindu spiritual scripts, vegetarian food ensures good health and longevity.
People are realizing that a natural vegetarian diet is conducive to long life and that food should be taken “as your medicine” as Hippocrates stated.
Ayurveda vegan organic food helps us identify ourselves as vata, pitta and kapha, thus relating our bodies to the elements of the universe. The forces of the elements are present inside and outside of us, therefore caring for and respecting your own body begins at home. Ayurveda is a living ideal with worldly principles that include all cultures. Ayurvedic cooking is certainly not modern Indian cooking as you will gather, by experiencing our Ayurvedic Cooking Classes.
The biological fire of digestion and metabolism providing energy for the body to function.
"When diet is wrong, medicine is of no use. When diet is correct, medicine is of no need."
- Ancient Ayurvedic Proverb
It is no secret that we are literally made of what we eat, drink and breathe.
Digestion starts outside the body; eat with your right hand.
Health is order; disease is disorder.
"Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food."
The life force, the vital energy that activates body and mind.
The first experience of a taste of food in the mouth. There are six tastes: sweet, sour, salty, bitter, astringent, and pungent.
Eating seasonal and local food has been dictated by nature forever, not by the latest economic phenomena.
Let ayurveda's six tastes tickle your five senses.
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