Basic rules for Ayurvedic Meals:
When you’ve got a family with different doshas, you can personalize each meal for each person with a few minor adjustments. Here are some examples:
Vata: Add brown sugar or maple syrup, warm soy or almond milk, and sliced almonds.
Slice of warm sourdough bread with ghee. Vata tea, or ginger tea.
Pitta: Add coconut milk, cardamom, and sunflower seeds.
Slice of whole-wheat toast with ghee. Pitta tea, or rose tea.
Kapha: Add rice milk, cinnamon, a few pepitas, or pumpkin seeds.
Slice of rye toast. Kapha tea, cinnamon tea, or ginger tea.
Lunch: Pasta with seasonal sautéed vegetables
Vata: Season with Vata Churna (spice blend), and add cooked onion.
Pitta: Season with Pitta Churna, and add fresh cilantro or/or alfalfa sprouts.
Kapha: Season with Kapha Churna, and add freshly cooked broccoli.
Dinner: Mung Bean Dahl
Vata: Add Vata Churna to the Dahl, and serve with sweet potatoes, and zucchini.
Pitta: Add Pitta Churna to the Dahl, serve with brown rice and a small salad.
Kapha: Add Kapha Churna to the Dahl, and serve with barley and chard.
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