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Eat Wisely and Well The teachings of yoga advocate a vegetarian diet, with special emphasis on foods that bring peace to body, mind, and spirit. The Yoga Cookbook contains more than 170 recipes prepared under the guidance of the world-renowned Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centers. Illustrated with more than sixty beautiful color photographs, these delicious, easy-to-prepare Eat Wisely and Well The teachings of yoga advocate a vegetarian diet, with special emphasis on foods that bring peace to body, mind, and spirit. The Yoga Cookbook contains more than 170 recipes prepared under the guidance of the world-renowned Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centers. Illustrated with more than sixty beautiful color photographs, these delicious, easy-to-prepare recipes have an international flavor. Begin the day with Citrus Slices with Pomegranate Seeds and Carrot and Molasses Muffins. Savor Vegetable Ragout over brown rice, and still have room for a square of Gingerbread with Orange Butter Frosting. Serve Cinnamon Beans along with Herbed Polenta with Corn for an Italian-inspired feast. Treat yourself and those you love to Raisin Nut Balls, Banana-Nut Tart, or Chocolate Truffles. All are prepared with wholesome ingredients that increase vitality, energy, health, and joy. Containing wheat-free recipes, guidance for vegans, and advice on buying, storing, and preparing the basic ingredients used in yogic cooking, and with special sections on feasts and fasts, The Yoga Cookbook brings this soul-satisfying, healing diet to experienced yoga students and beginners alike.


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Eat Wisely and Well The teachings of yoga advocate a vegetarian diet, with special emphasis on foods that bring peace to body, mind, and spirit. The Yoga Cookbook contains more than 170 recipes prepared under the guidance of the world-renowned Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centers. Illustrated with more than sixty beautiful color photographs, these delicious, easy-to-prepare Eat Wisely and Well The teachings of yoga advocate a vegetarian diet, with special emphasis on foods that bring peace to body, mind, and spirit. The Yoga Cookbook contains more than 170 recipes prepared under the guidance of the world-renowned Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centers. Illustrated with more than sixty beautiful color photographs, these delicious, easy-to-prepare recipes have an international flavor. Begin the day with Citrus Slices with Pomegranate Seeds and Carrot and Molasses Muffins. Savor Vegetable Ragout over brown rice, and still have room for a square of Gingerbread with Orange Butter Frosting. Serve Cinnamon Beans along with Herbed Polenta with Corn for an Italian-inspired feast. Treat yourself and those you love to Raisin Nut Balls, Banana-Nut Tart, or Chocolate Truffles. All are prepared with wholesome ingredients that increase vitality, energy, health, and joy. Containing wheat-free recipes, guidance for vegans, and advice on buying, storing, and preparing the basic ingredients used in yogic cooking, and with special sections on feasts and fasts, The Yoga Cookbook brings this soul-satisfying, healing diet to experienced yoga students and beginners alike.

30 review for The Yoga Cookbook: Vegetarian Food for Body and Mind

  1. 5 out of 5

    Chris

    This book contains tasty wholesome vegetarian recipes. People who practice Sivananda Yoga seek foods with the most prana (life force), foods which are fresh and whole. They do not eat onions, garlic, mushrooms, or spicy foods. They also avoid caffeine and sweets. The recipes contained were created to balance body and mind.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    the recepies are so simple yet all delicious. healthy, whole food guide. I have about 15 vegetarian cookbooks but this is the only one I use for day to day cooking.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Foxthyme

    I see they have a new one out, 2005. I do love this one. Great pics and recipes. Funny, though, I don't cook from it much. Maybe cause I eat meat nowadays and this is vegetarian based. I see they have a new one out, 2005. I do love this one. Great pics and recipes. Funny, though, I don't cook from it much. Maybe cause I eat meat nowadays and this is vegetarian based.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Suzanna

    A good vegetarian cookbook, with simple and easy to follow recipes. As with many vegetarian cookbooks these days, it is slanted toward veganism.

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