Sattvic Recipes: Delicious, Healthy, Organic Veg Recipes
Sattvic Food Recipes
- Sattvic Food Recipes for Pre-Breakfast
- Sattvic Food Recipes for Breakfast
- Sattvic Food Recipes for Lunch
- Sattvic Food Recipes for Mid-Meal
- Sattvic Food Recipes for Dinner Salads
- Sattvic Food Recipes for Dinner Soups
- Sattvic Food Recipes for Special Occasions Drinks & Smoothie Bowls
- Sattvic Food Recipes for Special Occasions Main-course & Desserts
Sattvic Food Philosophy
- What does Sattvic mean? and Sattvic Food Principles
- 21 Sattvic Food Laws
- Six Laws of Food Combining
- How you eat is more important than what you eat?
Setting up a Sattvic Kitchen
- Setting up a Sattvic Kitchen: Ingredients Needed and Essential Tools
- What are Vegetable Sprouts? Why Vegetable Sprouts?
What does Sattvic mean?
Lord Krishna, in the Bhagavad Gita states that all embodied souls are working under the control of 3 modes, or qualities of material nature –
The thoughts in our head, the activities we perform, the people we meet, the food we eat can all be classified as either Sattvic, Rajasik or Tamasik.
SATTVIC: Mode of Goodness:
Purity, Happiness, Compassion, Bliss, Love, Self Control, Satisfaction, Nonviolence, Fearlessness, Surrender. When Sattvic dominates, we feel happy, satisfied, & in control of our senses.
Foods that are fresh, Wholesome (unprocessed, unrefined), juicy (water-rich), freshly cooked & lightly seasoned are Sattvic in nature. Sattvic Food is living food, with life energy inside it. It is food straight from Nature, with no or minimal human interference.
Examples of Sattvic Food
- All Fresh Fruits: melons, oranges, papaya, apple, pear, berries, grapes,etc.
- All Vegetables: bottle gourd, ridge-gourd, bell peppers, carrots, spinach, coriander, all leafy greens, etc.
- Whole Fats: coconut, soaked nuts & seeds
- Whole Grains: whole wheat (with chokar), brown rice