Food Sadhana Byron Community College

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Food Sadhana

Food Sadhana

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Ayurveda views our relationship to food, not only as a source of fuel but as a meaningful sacred connection to all of life. A food sadhana assists us to refresh and nourish the temple of the body. Receive tools to enhance your own food rituals at home, by embellishing the process of preparation, cooking and eating with the sacred wisdom & vital health benefits of Ayurveda, infused with your own intention.

WHAT IF I DON’T COOK?

If you are a bit unsure about your own cooking, don’t be perturbed by the idea of perfection, doing a food sadhana with love, sincerely and focused attention from the heart is a powerful devotional practice that literally shows up in the meal! You will gain more confidence and a love for the kitchen, with the help of ayurveda.

ABOUT GHEE AND KITCHARI

The roots of Ayurveda cooking starts with the art of preparing ghee and kitchari. These are considered the most essential, potent, healing and rejuvenating recipes in Ayurveda. Easily prepared from your own kitchen, these simple healing foods can cleanse, nourish and rejuvenate you and your beloveds on a daily or weekly basis.

Ghee

According to ayurveda, ghee is known as one of the elixirs of life, it captures the essences of light and love. Ghee is considered the highest quality oil as it enkindles the light and flame within each cell of the body. Making ghee with devotion and ritual gives potency to its capacity to nourish, sooth and love each cell of your body. Ghee assists in promoting cellular intelligence, memory and immunity to the body mind and spirit enkindling the fire within.

Kitchari

Kitchari has many variations and can be made from a light broth of just moong dhal to a thicker curry mix with moong and basmati rice. The basis being moong dhal is tridoshic (good for all three doshas) and with rice provides a complete source of protein. One of the best balancers and cleansers for the digestive system, kitchari is the original (traditional) food as medicine.

What to bring

  • Refreshments
  • Pen and paper
  • Apron

Important information

Once your enrolment is completed you will receive a confirmation email. This email will be your receipt and inform you of the dates, time and venue of your course, it will also let you know of anything you need to take to class with you. Please make sure that you give us a valid email address and mobile number as any course changes will be communicated via sms or email.

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We keep our class sizes small so that you get a better experience. Avoid disappointment, enrol early!

Course testimonials:

  • I thoroughly enjoyed this course as it was so comprehensive and easy to learn the cooking methods from Christina. She really shines in teaching this course as cooking the Ayurvedic way is second nature to her and she made it very enjoyable and informative.
  • Inspiring teacher with fantastic experience and knowledge. A privilege to listen and learn from her.