Eating raw or cooked foods with fresh ingredients gives plenty of prana, life energy, compared to foods prepared ahead of time. This is the foundation of the sattvic method.
The sattvic meal is ideal for you if you are looking for ways to increase your energy level include more antioxidant foods in your diet, find foods that also help you detox, and help you with your gut-related issues, if you have any.
- Have sattvic foods been a mystery to you?
- Are you ready to try foods that energize you?
- Do you like to make quick, tasty meals that fill you?
- Or you may have heard of sattva and yoga and wondered how to cook sattvic meals?
- Are you looking forward to making your meal more delicious and nutritious?
- Do you want to include more whole grains in your meals?
The Sattvic Method Company has the perfect solution for you! Quick Sattvic Recipes is a fantastic book that will help you cook delicious, healthy meals in no time. With this book, you’ll be able to create unique dishes that are both nourishing and flavorful. You’ll also have all the information about the ingredients used in each recipe. Read this blog to find out more about the book and the sattvic method itself!https://youtu.be/5XLC4Uoa6h4
Food grains and more
Traditionally, the Sattvic diet included a wide variety of whole-food grains. Many grains were eaten seasonally, and rice was not consumed daily. A whole grain has an outer covering, bran, which often causes irritation in the gut when people have gluten intolerance. The bran covers the ‘germ’ rich in vitamins, minerals, proteins, and other nutrients we seek. The innermost part of the grain is the endosperm, the storehouse of complex carbohydrates and protein.
When a food grain is planted, it uses the resources in the endosperm and germ to sprout and expand the leaves. Once the leaves form, the plants become capable of producing their own food with the help of sunlight and water through the process of photosynthesis. Every grain we eat is a potential seed that can grow to produce more food grains. The recipes in the book Quick Sattvic Recipes for One are versatile, and you can use any food grains to adapt to your recipes.
Diversity of Food grains in the Sattvic Diet
You can make the recipes with any of the food grains such as Amaranth, Barley, Brown Rice, and Wild Rice, Buckwheat, Bulgar, Corn, Einkorn, Millet, Oats, Quinoa, Rye, Sorghum, Spelt, Teff, Wheat varieties (Farro, Freekeh, Khorasan, Wheat). All-natural grains are versatile and can be prepared as a salad or a main dish. They can also be included in baking recipes. For example, if you love vegetable soup, make them with whole food grains. Mix the food grains or make them alone.
Sattvic recipes not only include a diverse range of food grains but also a diverse combination of spices and vegetables that are available locally. Because of the possible permutations and combinations, sattvic recipes can be prepared everywhere vegetables are available. Therefore, it does not matter if you live in Alaska or Sahara; you can still make sattvic food with vegetables or plants collected locally. You can also grow your own vegetables and complete any of these recipes.
Sattvic Method Company offers many opportunities if you would like some help with methods, ideas, or recipes to cook locally grown vegetables, grains, or plants. You can join our classes or seek an appointment to learn more about the preparations you need to make, the resources you need, and ideas regarding how to use the seasonally available local resources.
Variety of Techniques
Using this cookbook, you will learn various new techniques such as baghaar, dry roasting, smoking, skimming, simmering, tempering, and other practices associated with gentle cooking. For example, the Sattvic Method does not cook or over-process vegetables at high heat. Moreover, the emphasis is on making food fresh and consuming it quickly.
Using varied techniques, you will learn new techniques such as tamarind extraction, pounding spices, and cooking vegetables. While you can cook sattvic foods using various methods, you will also learn a little more about sattvic baking and decide when to use the shallow or deep fry methods. Although you read about shallow and deep frying, the sattvic method sparingly uses oil.
New things to learn
You will also learn about buying fresh vegetables, storing them, and picking out sattvic vegetables and spices. In addition, because every kitchen needs a pantry, you will learn about stocking a sattvic pantry. To learn more about the sattvic pantry, sattvic vegetables, and sattvic spices, follow the link to read previous blog posts.
You can also buy other cookbooks published by the Sattvic Method. For example, our publication of smoothies has the recipes in a new format, much like a pictogram, and is much appreciated by the readers. Click on the link to know more about the book or buy the book.
We also have a book on Pongal recipes. Pongal is a versatile, classic, comforting recipe that can be used for formal pujas (worship) or a party. More recipe books will be available soon. Sign up for our newsletter, and you will never miss an announcement of upcoming books.
About the Recipes
The book was born as a remote coaching experience during the pandemic. Therefore, it has the limitation of using seasonally available vegetables and spices that were available locally. Masha loves good food, but she only cooks occasionally. You can read more about Masha’s profile and how the week unfolded.
There were days when she was tired, too tired to cook. So, we adjusted the recipes to her energy level. The title Quick Sattvic Recipes for One promises to deliver simple, delicious recipes for busy people. Of course, you can constantly adjust the salt and lemon to your taste. Also, although we used measurements, the recipes can survive approximations and your occasional preference for one ingredient over the other.
The book has 21 recipes, all of which were prepared by Masha during our online cooking sessions. The recipes include both trendy and traditional menu items. Following the recipes, you will easily make smoothies, chips, and conventional meal items. If you have a sweet tooth, you will find some fruit recipes you will like and enjoy. The book is an eclectic collection of recipes that will appeal to people of all ages and can be prepared for parties. Masha wanted to learn how to make a wide variety of foods from fresh fruits and vegetables.
If you purchase the book and cannot find the spices locally, we can arrange for you to purchase them directly from the source. Or, if you have tried recipes that need to taste better, write to us with the pictures and the detailed procedure. Then, we will call and help you perfect the recipe. You may need to learn how any of these recipes should taste the first time you make them. Then, gradually, you will develop a taste for the sattvic foods.
This book is for you if you want to—
- try guided vegetarian diet for a short time
- make quick and tasty vegetarian meals
- cook vegetarian meals for one person, a small party, or a small family
- eat vegetarian, while the rest of your family may not be so
- cook simple, delicious meals and avoid wastage
- cook every day because you find cooking relaxes you
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Here is a good opportunity to learn the simplified method, where all the work has been done for you. Find you veggies, pot and start cooking delicious meals today!