November Meeting Topic: Ayurvedic Principles
Join guest facilitators Rashmi and Sharmila to get a taste of an Indian home cooked meal and hear about some of the Ayurvedic principles which are commonly known in Indian homes. The term “Ayurveda” comes from ayu meaning “life” and veda meaning “knowledge”. An Ayurvedic diet provides guidelines for when you eat, what you eat and how you eat to achieve a balanced and healthy It is based on whole foods and mindful eating rituals. The menu will be vegetarian and gluten free with accommodations for those following a vegan diet.
This meeting emphasizes community, slowing down and sharing. The focus is on mindful eating and fun themes. The food is mostly organic and is always gluten and dairy free. If a different protein source is needed or a particular food gives you trouble, we will adjust the menu.
Heidi's "Mindful Eating" Dinner is usually held every 2nd Sunday in Bridgewater, NJ. A fee of $10-$15/per person will be collected at the meeting and will vary based on the cost of ingredients.
If you have questions, contact Heidi.