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(Editor’s note: Daals are like a hearty soup, suitable for Vata year round. Increase Ginger and/or Asafoetida if excess gas is experienced. Feel free to add small blanched peanuts or small quantities of vegetables as Daal begins to boil (examples are cut snow peas, green beans or peas).

Simple yet delicious daal(Legume). Indian cuisine has tens of varieties of daals (legumes or beans). And since they are grown in all parts of the country, there could be perhaps a hundred different combinations of recipes for daals.

Indian Spiced Guacamole

Preparation time: 10 minutes
Yields 1 Cup
2 large avocados 1 Tbs. raw olive oil
Juice of ½ lime
1 Tbs. Celtic sea salt
1 tsp. brown mustard seeds
1 tsp. each: ground cumin & coriander
½ tsp. each: ground cardamom, cinnamon & caraway seed (optional)
1/4 tsp. cayenne pepper
½ tsp. ground black pepper
1/4 cup chopped fresh basil

Cut avocados in half, removing pits. Spoon avocado meat into a medium sized bowl & mash until creamy. Add olive oil, lime, celtic sea salt & spices. Mix well. Stir in chopped basil & serve. Delicious over quinoa with raw radishes and celery sticks.

Saffron Almond Milk

Preparation time: 10 minutes plus overnight soak
Serves 2
Benefits: Helps sound sleep and overall body hydration. Can also help soothe Vata-aggravated gas or bloating.
2 cups raw almonds
2 cups water
6 strands saffron
1 Tbs. cardamom
1 Tbs. raw honey or maple syrup (optional)
(Editor’s Note: Feel free to substitute ready made almond milk from the grocery store, if that is easier.)

Soak almonds overnight in water or use raw almonds in a pinch. Whenever possible for Vata, remove almond skins if soaked.Place almonds in blender with 2 cups fresh water. Blend until smooth, adding more water for a thinner consistency. Strain through a cheesecloth and set aside the almond “meal” that is leftover*. Place milk in a saucepan over low heat and simmer with saffron & cardamom. Add sweetener if desired. A delicious aphrodisiac, this sweet, warm and restorative “tea” is especially appropriate after intimacy to replenish ojas, vital reproductive & bodily fluids. Leftover Almond meal can be set aside for a future dessert treat.Add 1 Tbs. honey, ½ tsp each; cinnamon, nutmeg & cardamom to every ½ Cup of Almond Meal and enjoy.You can also use it to make raw pie crusts that are delicious and nutritious throughout warm summer months. Combine almond meal with agave syrup and spices to taste, then press into pie pans.