Dec 8, 2018 from 1:00pm – 4:00pm
Location: First Christain Church – 200 Mountcastle Dr, Johnson City, TN – 37601
Yogic Cooking, also called Satvik Cooking, is a healthy vegetarian cooking, not including garlic and onions.
Ayurveda is a sister science to Yoga which explains how certain foods categories can effect our moods and change our personalities. Ayurvedic cooking divides the foods into three categories – Satvik, Rajasic and Tamasic foods. According to Ayurveda onion is classified as a tamasic food and garlic is rajasic food because of heating qualities.
Class will focus on teaching how to cook with various beneficial Indian spices that is easy to digest and tasty to your palette and also understand the above categories of foods and its qualities. Free giveaways at class, so don’t miss out on your giveaway! Join Us!
COST PER PERSON :
Single Session: $80
- Eat at fixed times. If you do not feel hungry at meal time, fast until the next meal.
- Cook only as much as you can eat. Reheated food has very little vital energy left.
- Eat raw vegetables at least once a day. That prevents the blood from becoming too acidic.
- Eat slowly and enjoy your food. Chew your food thoroughly. Digestion starts in the mouth.
Indian cuisine. It’s colorful, flavorful, and the spices are not only tasty—they come with a plethora of health benefits. These spices can be used in either sweet or savory dishes and they will leave your taste buds asking for more. Take a look at our list below for some common Indian spices and the medicinal benefits that each one provides.