Saatvic Eats Ayurvedic Kitchen
'Aahar' means food in Sanskrit.
Welcome to the kitchen of Sattvic Eats and Sattvic Sweets, where I create healthy, delicious, Ayurvedic based recipes for healing. I am currently serving the Nashville area now as a private chef/ caterer and fulfilling bakery orders.
You will find mouthwatering healing recipes incorporating Ayurvedic principles and holistic nutrition. I've worked as a personal health chef for many years now and seeing the changes that food and eating habits have on body, mind and spirit is just astonishing! Every recipe is plant based, or vegan. The only exceptions would be organic, ethically sourced, raw honey or our traditionally prepared A2 ghee from Indigenous Himalayan Cows (which is of course your choice).
If you're located in the Nashville area and interested in healthy meal preparation or Ayurvedic/ Holistic cooking lessons at your home, please contact!
Cooking lessons are not just limited to recipes. We will explore the fundamentals of Ayurvedic applications to food preparation and using foods to help treat ailments and bring about balance. This will include all aspects of Ahar Chikitsa such as which foods are used to balance each dosha, foods to eat according to season, time of day, food combining, eating as a spiritual practice, etc. We will also cover various Yogic principles such as the 3 Gunas (Sattva, Raja, Tama), and how they relate to food. We will prepare delicious, plant based Sattvic foods based on the needs of you and your loved ones. Sattvic food plays an important role in sadhna, or spiritual practice. Sattvic food is essentially "peace food." It is pure, fresh, (organic when possible), is properly cooked and balanced in the 6 tastes and doesn't harm any animals. A satvic diet limits the consumtion of stimulants (rajasic) or items that cause lethargy (tamasic).
This is a wonderful way to connect with family, friends, nature and your "higher" self.
Wishing you peaceful eats!
Miso glazed roasted eggplant topped with almond, cashew creme
For more information on the food combining guidelines of Ayurveda, I highly suggest this article by Banyan Botanicals