Kitchari and Ghee: Join us in the kitchen to create these two staples of Ayurveda. Kitchari is a simple dish made of split mung beans and rice; it is the staple of the Ayurvedic cleansing diet. This one-pot-meal is easy to digest, nourishing yet cleansing, and balancing for all the doshas. Ghee, or clarified butter, is used both internally and externally to lubricate the body, and carry the healing properties of food and herbs to every tissue of the body. It is an important ingredient in kitchari and other Ayurvedic meals. Mastering the alchemy of turning butter into ghee is a delight to the senses and uplifting to the mind and spirit.
* Inspired to offer our community a deeper kind of wellness, we are introducing a series of classes on the fundamentals of Ayurveda. Based in the kitchen, this series was created with the intention to offer an integrative knowledge of Ayurvedic cooking and build the basic vocabulary of Ayurveda. Students who participate in the series will walk away with a knowledge of how to prepare individual recipes and dishes, and a knowledge of how to integrate the principles of Ayurveda into every dish they cook and create. Join us for this fun, hands-on series as we dive into and explore what it means to cook, eat, and live in harmony with Ayurveda!
We will meet on four Thursdays in August from 6:00-8:00pm in our kitchen here at Agni Ayurveda! We encourage you to come to all four classes to build the full foundation. However, we also welcome drop-in participation as space permits. Space limited to 10 participants per class.
Full 4-Week Series: $150.00
Drop in Classes: $50.00