Really now the school is getting serious and I have to be very serious. I know I do know a lot about food, but still to give people advise, especially on a way to thread disease, Makes me really nervous.
We got a instruction to help 1 human and to write it down what we are doing and what kind of advise we gave to help him/her. It is our last mission of the school
Also I had to speak about a book, I am was reading, on the 13 Th of February. I can recommend it to you, it is called food as medicine by Ted Caldecott. The book is really informative and nice and easy written, has also some recipes on the end. The book is about food and what food can do for the human and what is healthy and of course it is a nice introduction to the Ayurveda, but also other diets are lighten up 🙂
I made today a recipe from Ted, I made it as a side dish and I really liked it. It was a different taste for me and again another method to make a pumpkin nice and less sweet.
Ingredients for Pumpkin with tahini/tamari..(2-4 persons)
1 large butternut cut in slices 2,50 centimetre max
1 thumbsized ginger minced
3-4 tablespoons of tamari
2 tablespoons of tahini
a oven dish
How to start……….
Get the bowl and mix the ginger together with the tamari and tahini (sesame paste). Till it’s like a sauce! Cut the pumpkin in nice slice maximum at 2,5 centimetres thick.
Grease the oven dish a little with some oil and put in the pumpkin on top of the pumpkin you put the sauce you just made.
Put the dish for 45 minutes in the oven at 175 degrees Celsius, till they are lightly browned and soft. Now it’s ready to be eaten
You can make also an Indian variation.
Mix cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, cardamom, black pepper and clove, mixed with jaggery and oil (he used ghee, but isn’t vegan of course)