Medicinal stew of baby green beans and rice

It does not matter, lying on the sofa should end with the first warmer days. When the bells ring, spring is not far away. With spring, a lot of spring cleaning begins. Remnants of bad habits, toxins left by viruses, sleepy digestion, and a few too many pounds in the wrong place are good reasons to follow a clean diet. Spring is the best time to detoxify.

When embarking on a detox diet, it is important to consider whether you will be getting enough fluids and nutrients with a changing diet. An ayurvedic dish of kitsch might be what you need right now.

Kicheri is an Ayurvedic stew made with small green beans and rice. On health food shelves, you’ll also find green beans called green soybeans or mung beans.

Mung is considered one of the best sources of vegetable protein. The list of vitamins, minerals, fiber and antioxidants is so long that they quickly convince you. It is also interesting to note that it is easily digestible and in most cases does not cause the typical problems after eating legumes.

Some kitsch recipes use red lentils instead of mung beans, which is more practical to prepare because red lentils do not need to be soaked before cooking. Everything is superfluous for all of us, although it does not take any time, we just have to remember.

The purpose of the diet is to cleanse the digestive system and stimulate self-purification with a mono-diet. You will notice the first positive effects quickly.

Why rice and beans?

The combination of rice and mung provides the perfect balance of all the nutrients the body needs. According to Ayurveda, kitsch regulates all three douches and is suitable for every type of body composition. It is the safest form of detoxification, as it cleanses, nourishes and nourishes the body at the same time. The amount of food is unlimited, so you are not hungry during this diet. It does not contain gluten, which also helps with detoxification. Ketchiri is a true superfood, filling, nutritious and easy to digest. Another good thing about this diet is that it does not contain any hot spices, peppers, chili peppers, onions or garlic, so the dish is very satvic and soothing.

A cleansing day can be made to enjoy the festival as much as you like throughout the day. During meals, drink lukewarm water or unsweetened tea with fennel, anise, or cumin. Refresh with fruit for lunch. If the lightness is too great in the evening, cook compote or make apple cider vinegar. Without sugar, of course. For a better effect, extend the diet for a whole week.

The recipe is for one person, I highly doubt you will bother anyone else in the family to go on a spring diet to clean with you. It will be fine, of course, and then you can easily double or even triple the ingredients.

The combination of rice and mung provides a balance of all the nutrients the body needs.

Kitch

for one.

  • 100gm rice (best whole grain basmati)
  • 100gm green lentils (mung beans)
  • ½ teaspoon ground cumin
  • Half a teaspoon of turmeric
  • Half a teaspoon of ground coriander
  • Half a teaspoon of salt
  • oil spoon

Prepare

Soak the mung and whole rice for at least six hours. Drain and cook in fresh water for about half an hour. Add cumin, turmeric and coriander while cooking. Salt only at the end.

Quiche can be like risotto or more like a soup. Cook it until it is as soft as you like. According to Ayurveda, it is almost boiled, and it is easier to digest. If you eat kitsch all day or several days as a diet, prepare it regularly for each meal so that your healing food is always fresh and full.

Drizzle with coconut oil or oil as desired. According to Ayurveda, the most healing and energizing fats are ghee and boiled and refined butter.

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Beba and Hana Splichal

The kitchen is the heart of the home and the most important things that happen in the heart. Our vegan, eco, and waste-free kitchen is small, but has a large table and a garden door. Hana cooks, photos and talks with wild yeast, the child writes everything, down to the smallest details. Aromas of Indian spices, warm bread and fresh recipes.

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