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    This sauce can be used as a base of any meal you make. The Ayurvedic base sauce has many variations depending on the spices used. You can add or remove spices from the recipe. Some common spices you may use are curry powder, garam masala, paprika. It is important to follow the order in which the ingredients are cooked to have maximum health benefit and flavor.

    Recipe #495388

    The masala tea is an excellent drink that you can enjoy in the cold winter days, as well as in the summer. The great blend of spices is not only very tasty but can be used to ease the symptoms of cold and fly.

    Recipe #492857

    This is a light and easy to digest soup full of nutrients. Same recipe can be used to prepare soup with silver beets or nettle.

    Recipe #492856

    The smell of freshly baked bread can make anyone take a bite. Why not make it Sunday tradition..

    Recipe #489157

    Ayurvedic Dhal is a very easy to make dish that can be prepared whenever you don't have much time and still want to eat something nutritious and delicious that will not make you feel like you have a brick in your stomach.

    Recipe #489076

    Chapati is a great bread to accompany a delicious curry or to have for breakfast with some chutney, pickles and sour cream. To make it even more nutritious and healthy you can add sesame and other seeds to the dough.

    Recipe #488658

    Kachamak is a great traditional Bulgarian dish that makes the perfect breakfast. It is quick and easy way to give your body the energy it needs.

    Recipe #488539

    This recipe is a delicious way to use any of your left over apples and a great way end the week. Tips: To prepare this pie you can use whole meal flour and brown sugar. Also instead of carob powder you can use cocoa.

    Recipe #488537


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