LIVE Ayurveda Cooking Class
Live Ayurveda Cooking Class
Learn about the key Ayurveda food principles while getting your hands 'dirty'
In Ayurveda, everything you eat and drink can be categorised into the effects it has on the body, depending on the which of the 6 tastes the food contains - sweet, sour, salty, bitter, pungent/spicy and astringent. In this live follow-along cooking class, you'll be making a buddha bowl designed to be both delicious and detoxing, because March is a time when the body wants to get lighter and clearer after a cold, stagnant winter. And all the celebratory eating that happens over the festive season.
Often people typically see this type of food - also called kapha balancing food - as being less tasty than other foods, due to the more 'addictive' tastes (sweet, soup, salty) not being emphasised. Aja wants to show you that you can still have an interesting meal that is light on the body and beautiful to create. After making this meal, you'll hopefully come away with a template from which to be able to create your own buddha bowls, just substituting other ingredients as the year changes and our bodies need different things.
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