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Kitchari

June 14, 2020 0 Comments

Kitchari means “mixture”, usually of two grains, and is a comfort food found—in countless variations—across South Asia. Traditionally made of yellow mung beans, basmati rice, digestive spices and ghee, kitchari is considered a cleansing and detoxifying food in Ayurveda. 

This recipe is adapted from a recipe by Ayurveda Mama for a kitchari that she recommends for a Spring cleanse (make a big pot every morning and eat it for three meals a day for 5-7 days).

Kitchari is usually porridge-like and a little mushy—you can adjust the texture by adding more, or less, water when cooking.

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