BOOK REVIEW - 'What to Eat for How You Feel (The New Ayurvedic Kitchen)' by Divya AlterNov 17, 2021
What to Eat for How You Feel (The New Ayurvedic Kitchen)
by Divya Alter
This book brings together several of my passions, Ayurveda, food, and bhakti (the author is a Bhakti Yogi). The recipes are simple and easy to make, using (mostly) ingredients you’ll find in your pantry already. Divya Alter gives practical advice which is easy to implement into your daily life and she offers recipes from different cultures, not just Indian food, although I love Indian food and there are a fair amount of traditional offerings here too. I learned a few things I didn’t know from this book, particularly the information about the Indian Moringa plant on page 66 … talks about a ’super food’! I also really enjoyed listening to the author Divya Alter interviewed on a few podcasts and I recommend you find her and have a listen too, she’s a wonderful woman with a lot of wisdom to share. She lived through religious persecution in Eastern Block Europe during the Cold War years and her story is amazing. I’m a fan!
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