Mindfulness through Ayurveda!
Do you long for rest and relaxation? Treat yourself to one with the Ayurveda cookbook Time out from hectic everyday life. By mindful cooking and over 120 Ayurveda recipes give yourself more well-being and gain new strength. The Tridosha kitchen can be completely stress-free cook and is suitable for every Dosha type. The book is a comprehensive standard work with type test, food lists, menu suggestions and everyday tips - even for Ayurveda beginners!
The Ayurveda cookbook for more joie de vivre
"Be good to yourself" - true to this motto, Germany's most famous Ayurveda cook and book author Nicky Sitaram Sabnis dedicates himself to a very special aspect of Ayurveda. In his new Ayurveda cookbook, he explains how mindfulness, Ayurveda and nutrition form the perfect combination to cope with stress, alleviate or prevent ailments. Because if you approach yourself, your body and your mind mindfully, it will be easier for you to be in harmony with yourself and to radiate this positive feeling from head to toe. The more than 100 mostly vegetarian recipes - from spicy herb soup and sweet porridge to crunchy asparagus and warming tea - are all structured according to the Tridosha cuisine and go well with all Dosha types. Find out here which foods are really good for you and which are perfect for fasting.
Ayurveda book - highlights at a glance
• Holistic approach. • Detailed introduction with type test. • 120 Ayurveda recipes. • With practical tips for everyday life. • New book from Ayurveda chef Nicky Sitaram Sabnis. "Be good to yourself!": Turn the motto of this Ayurveda cookbook into your own - with Nicky Sitaram Sabnis you are guaranteed to succeed!
Nicky Sitaram Sabnis, born 1959 in Kanpur, India, worked internationally as a restaurant and catering manager, is a successful author and probably the best-known Ayurveda chef in Germany. For over 20 years he has been running the Ayurveda seminar kitchen in the Frauenwörth Abbey on Fraueninsel in the Chiemsee in his adopted Bavarian home. For years he has been bringing enthusiastic guests closer to Ayurvedic cuisine in his cooking courses.