Yogic cooking is vegetarian food that is non-harming and uplifting to your energy system. This is called Sattvic food, and is light, easy to digest and ideal for yoga and meditation. Join these fun classes to learn new recipes and ways of cooking tasty, nourishing meals for the whole family.
Join Vishva-ji in the kitchen as he shares his recipe for Almond Coconut Milk. This recipe creates a highly cooling and hydrating beverage perfect for hot summer months. For this recipe, you will need equal parts raw coconut meat, raw almonds (soaked overnight), and coconut water. This recipe is easy enough to make anytime and should be enjoyed shortly after making.
As Vishva-ji always says, yoga starts in the kitchen! Join him there as he shares his recipe for an Almond Beverage (what many people refer to as “Almond Milk”). As almonds are wonderful sources of iron, fat, and protein, this is a very nutritious beverage. For the recipe, you will need raw almonds that have been soaked overnight. Then, it only takes a few minutes to make. Enjoy!
Enjoy this recipe if you need a cooling and tasty beverage in the summer time! Before beginning, watch Visvha-ji’s video explaining how to make plain Almond Milk. For this recipe, you will need a glass of Almond Milk from the previous recipe and a teaspoon of cardamom powder. This recipe is very calming for digestion and skin.
Bring your yoga into the kitchen! Learn Vishva-ji’s recipe for Saffron Almond Milk. This tasty recipe is wonderful to balance the nervous system and lift up your energy. Before beginning, watch Visvha-ji’s video explaining how to make plain Almond Milk. For this recipe, you will need a glass of Almond Milk from the previous recipe and a pinch of saffron. For best results, put the saffron in hot water and leave to steep for a few hours.
Join Vishva-ji in the kitchen to learn how to make grounding and sustaining cashew milk with a hint of saffron, which is excellent for Vata and in moderation for all doshas. This drink will help build the rejuvenating force of Ojas in your body to help support your yoga practice.
Ketchari is a perfect yogic meal often eaten right after fasting because it is nourishing and easy to digest. Made with moong dal and basmati rice, it can be made with only one pan and in 30 minutes! Watch as Vishva-ji shows you how to add flare to your everyday ketchari.
An Indian favourite, Channa Masala is a tasty meal rich in protein. It starts with cumin and other spices cooked in oil. Then just add the chickpeas, water and a few finishing herbs. Watch as Vishva-ji teaches you how to make this dish in 30 minutes or less.
Have a home-cooked dinner on the plate in less than 30 minutes! Vishva-ji explains how to make this savory favourite, and make the beans more digestible with the use of cumin seeds. Cooking yourself and smelling the spices prepares your body to eat, optimizing digestive power!