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Ayurvedic Healing Cuisine [Format Kindle]

Harish Johari
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Ayurvedic Healing Cuisine explains the healing qualities of various foods and spices and recommends combinations appropriate for specific conditions of body and mind.

• Provides a complete introduction to the Ayurvedic science of healthy eating.

• Includes 200 vegetarian recipes to improve health and longevity.

• By Harish Johari, the bestselling author of Chakras, Tools for Tantra, and Numerology.

One of the oldest systems of medicine in the world, the Indian science of Ayurveda views the human being as intimately connected with the environment and all other life forms. It prescribes various methods of synchronizing ourselves with the world around us, placing great emphasis on diet and the specific attributes of different foods. Following these ancient guidelines, Harish Johari offers a clear and concise introduction to the principles of Ayurvedic eating and explains the healing qualities that foods and spices impart according to their subtle energies. He suggests special combinations to heal and balance both body and mind and includes 200 vegetarian recipes.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 272 pages
  • Editeur : Healing Arts Press; Édition : 2 (1 septembre 2000)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Le must de la cuisine ayurvédique 5 novembre 2013
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Pour ceux qui lisent correctement l'anglais (pas besoin d'être bilingue), ce livre est fabuleux pour une alimentation végétarienne savoureuse, équilibrée et excellente pour la santé grâce aux vertus médicinales des épices. Je l'ai acheté suite à un stage que j'ai réalisé sur les épices indiennes, il m'apporte toutes les recettes dont j'ai besoin.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Ayurvedic Healing Cuisine 19 mai 2002
Par Cassandra Barnes - Publié sur Amazon.com
Ayurveda is an ancient system of medicine from India that emphasizes the healing properties of food. As Harish Johari says, "food is something very personal and it should never be eaten for taste alone; its purpose is to provide nutrients and satisfaction to the body, without introducing toxins." Johari, a Tantric and Ayurvedic scholar, wrote twelve books, as well as produced audiocassettes and CDs, before his death in 1999. Ayurvedic Healing Cuisine: 200 Vegetarian Recipes for Health, Balance, and Longevity, published posthumously, "explains the healing qualities of various foods and spices and recommends combinations appropriate for specific conditions of body and mind."
Johari first introduces the principles of Ayurveda, fully discussing the role of the five elements and describing the doshas--a way of classifying body types and temperments. He also explains that there are six tastes--sweet, sour, salty, bitter, pungent, and astringent. Each of the tastes has a different effect on the body. Foods are further classified as to whether they are hot or cold and heavy or light. These attributes also affect the body in various ways.
Understanding how foods interact with one another and how they effect the body provides a foundation for healthy eating. Johari maintains that "most diseases are the result of wrong eating habits and/or of eating antagonist foods."
He also includes information on the nutrients in food, such as protein and vitamins. That's followed by a section describing the healing properties of specific foods. He suggests using milk as a source of protein, rather than meat or eggs.
The bulk of the book is devoted to recipes, including how to prepare various Indian spice mixtures. All of the recipes are Westernized versions of Indian foods and use ingredients that can be obtained in the West. Many are prepared using a wok. Johari presents recipes for snacks, dals, main dishes, salads, condiments, breads, desserts, and beverages.
Appendices include menu suggestions, and several special recipes for children and the elderly. He finishes with a list of spice and specialty food suppliers.
Readers interested in applying the ancient wisdom of Ayurveda healing to contemporary lifestyles will find both an excellent reference and delicious recipes in Ayurvedic Healing Cuisine.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Round out your vegetarian cooking with some knowledge of the Ayurvedas 19 juillet 2007
Par Radhika - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I am a vegetarian for ethical reasons and I enjoy cooking. There are a few cookbooks that I turn to from time to time for concepts and ideas. Recipes are how you learn to cook but as you get cooking, you learn what it is that makes your food taste good or feel good (we have all had meals, hopefully not at home, which left us feeling sick afterwards). I wanted to get some understanding of Ayurvedic principles underlying traditional Indian vegetarian cooking. I am not at all religious and some small parts of the book strike me as a bit unscientific in explaining why something might work or not. However, other parts of Ayurvedic theory of medicine make sense to me. What do I expect this book to do for me? I am already an experienced and good cook so I don't expect to learn new recipes. I bought this book because I wanted to know about Ayurvedic ingredient combinations that are optimal as well as to gain some knowledge of cooking for particular conditions (say stomach problems, chills...) which we are faced with in our daily lives with our families. And this I think is a unique contribution. The fantastic North Indian vegetarian recipes are just icing on the cake. I think any cook (vegetarian or otherwise) and those interested in holistic living should have this book in their collection.

Here are the contents of the book:

Editor's Note

Part 1 An Introduction to Ayurveda
Ch 1 Principles of Ayurveda
Ch 2 Balanced Nutrition
Ch 3 Foods and Their Healing Properties
Ch 4 Guidelines for Preparing and Eating Foods
Ch 5 Food and the Cycles of Nature
Ch 6 Food and Consciousness

Part 2 The Recipes
Ch 1 Introduction to the Recipes
Ch 2 Snacks
Ch 3 Dals
Ch 4 Savory Rice Dishes
Ch 5 Vegetable Dishes
Ch 6 Paneer Dishes
Ch 7 Yogurt Dishes
Ch 8 Salads
Ch 9 Condiments
Ch 10 Breads
Ch 11 Desserts and Sweet Fruit Creams
Ch 12 Beverages


App A Menu Combinations
App B Recipes for Children and the Elderly
App C About Milk

Sources of Supply
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 excellent Ayurvedic information, standard recipes 1 décembre 2007
Par Damara Shanmugan - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The front part of this book has really excellent information on Ayurveda in general. The recipe section, however, has no information or recommendations about which dosa should or should not eat the prepared food. This might be confusing for someone new to Ayurveda and daunting for someone just looking for recipes that are dosa specific. It is, however, a classic and will be a part of my Ayurvedic reference library.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Good book but NOT for beginners 29 décembre 2012
Par Nat Kat - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Ayurvedic Healing Cuisine has some delicious recipes but this book is only useful if you are an experienced cook and have plenty of time. Last night I made the Kofta recipe on p.83. Delicious, but 2+ hours prep time. I am an ex-professional cook (western style) and new to Indian & Ayurvedic cooking. This book sat on my shelf for 3 months until I developed skills to use it. Also, the instructions simply don't work. The Chila recipe on p. 104 needs water added to the batter to make it thin enough to pour. Nowhere in the instructions. The Kofta recipe was impossible as written. I had to "wing it". The results were delicious, but both recipes needed "tweaking" or they would have ended-up as compost instead of on the table.

For beginners and for recipes with 20-30 minute prep times, I recommend Usha Lad's book. Hers is hands-down the best beginners book for ayurvedic and Indian cooking. You can use her recipes right from the book exactly as written.

In spite of its flaws as a cook book, Ayurvedic Healing Cuisine has great material on Ayurvedic principles including seasonal menus and food correspondences for days of the week. Very worthwhile for serious students of ayurveda.

As a cookbook, you must deal with flaws:
1. elaborate recipes with no prep times listed (I estimate 1-3 hours for many of them).
2. Recipes which require soaking ingredients a day in advance - pretty normal for Indian food BUT it would help if this info was presented on top instead of buried 3 or 6 lines down as: "Surprise! You can't cook this today!"
3. You must possess sufficient cooking skills and appetite for experimentation to TWEAK the recipes, because they don't work as written.

In spite of these difficulties, both recipes I cooked were yummy and healthy and it gets easier the 2nd time if you keep notes or remember how you tweaked the recipe to make it work.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Very informative 14 juin 2014
Par Prue Ferguson - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I am just getting interested in Ayurvedic healing & food so found this book very helpful.It was quite amazing to how I have been ready my body correctly according to the information in this book.Would like to read more of this author's books.
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