Kitcherie is an all-around healthy, warming, comfort food. It is one of the most soothing foods and is an excellent meal to eat during a cleanse or any time your body needs a break from eating out too much or overindulging after the holidays. This updated version includes spice combination suggestions. There are infinite possibilities for creating the ones that become your go-to comfort food. Have fun with it – and please share your favorites with me!

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Foods which promote life, vitality, strength, health, happiness and satisfaction, what are succulent, juicy, nourishing and pleasing to the heart are dear to one in goodness.

Foods which are very bitter, very sour, very salty, very hot, very pungent, very dry and burning, causing unhappiness, misery and disease are palatable by one in passion.

That food which is stale, tasteless, putrid, decomposed, foul and impure as well as the leavings of others is dear to one in nescience.

— Bhagavad Gita

The above describes the three gunas of taste. The first one describes food that is sattvic in nature. As in food so in life. Sattva describes qualities that calm, soothe, and warm. Anything can have sattvic qualities – thoughts, foods, actions. When these things are sattvic they are thought to be at the highest levels of health because sattvic qualities calm the…

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