Spring Recipes

  • Celery Stuffed with Spring Herb Goat Cheese

    March 10, 2019Butter & Bitters

    Goat cheese is a sour and somewhat dry cheese that is good for Kapha which is the dominate dosha in the springtime. Because goat cheese can cause mucus to form in the body it’s best consumed with spices that aid in digestion and counter mucus formation.  Oregano, basil, parsley, thyme and dill weed are wonderful…

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  • Slow Cooked Ghee for Keto

    March 7, 2019Butter & Bitters

    Ghee is one of the most important foods in Ayurveda because it’s an easy to digest fat that stays solid at room temperature and becomes liquid when warm. Ghee is excellent for nourishing depleted tissues. For instance, a little bit of ghee calms the liver when it is deficient and soothes the nervous system when…

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  • Simple Keto Cucumber Salad

    March 25, 2018Butter & Bitters

    Thinly sliced cucumbers and onion tossed in tasty vinaigrette along with dill create this cooling classic side dish.  Cucumbers are an easy go-to vegetable with a delightful crunch. They are moisturizing and cooling as well as naturally refreshing. They assist in reducing blood pressure and water retention in the body. They also aid in urinary, bladder,…

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  • Asparagus Saffron Lemon Cauliflower Rice Risotto

    June 12, 2017Butter & Bitters

    Asparagus Saffron Cauliflower Rice Risotto is delicious cooling and astringent dish. It’s high in potassium and contains saponins which are diuretics good for helping the body to release excess fluids from the body. It also helps to purify the blood, so you’ll feel light and calm as the temperature in the spring and summer increase.

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  • Cumin, Coriander, Fennel Tea

    June 11, 2017Butter & Bitters

    Cumin, Coriander and Fennel Tea (CCF Tea) is one of the simplest and most famous Ayurvedic formulas for detoxification and weight loss. The revitalizing yet mild blend helps to warm up the circulation as it stokes the metabolism and increases the digestive fire. Its slight bitterness increases the body’s detoxification process and helps to purify…

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