Food becomes you!

We developed this book and the recipes around a series of food days run at different times of year, according to the various seasons. Vegetables and produce grown and available in the UK were used as far as possible as we tried to ensure that we followed Ayurvedic principles. All the recipes are tried and tested, often by workshop participants.

As far as we know, this is the first book that combines recipes and seasons with Ayurvedic principles. 

We hope you enjoy for many years to come!
As the book is free, we'd like to invite you to make a donation to either of the following charities should you wish to:

Food cycle:  http://www.foodcycle.org.uk/donate.php 
The idea is simple. Food retailers throw out millions of tons of edible food every year due to supply overstock. The aim of FoodCycle is to redirect this food so it can be used to cook nutritious meals for people in the local community that do not have access to healthy foods for a variety of reasons, such as lack of income or knowledge of healthy nutrition.
For details of how to donate, please see their website.

A youth development project based in Grahamstown, South Africa aimed at young, impoverished people in Grades 8 to 10 as a way of responding to the low levels of literacy. It promotes a culture of literacy; developing reading and writing abilities; encouraging inter-school communication in order to break down racial, cultural and language barriers and developing leadership skills amongst the Grahamstown youth by running weekly workshops at each school and producing a 16 page tabloid sized newspaper published 8 times a year.
Sort Code:  40-01-13
Account number:  81535730
Account name:  Rhodes University Trust (UK)
Ref:  Your name and the project's name: Upstart

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