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A blog about Ayurveda, true beauty and true health! Delicious, balanced food as our medicine!

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Simple, balanced, Ayurvedic meal!
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Simple, balanced, Ayurvedic meal!

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Free Panchakarma Info Session →

FREE Panchakarma Information Session Detox, Rejuvenate, and Heal in Your Own Home

This one of a kind program that you can do at home is offered nowhere else in the world in such a gentle and thorough way. 

FREE Information Session! Learn more about Ayurveda and the Panchakarma cleansing process. Tips, tricks and remedies and recipes are covered in one hour, as well as a Q & A session with Myra.

Email info@halepule.com to register!

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Cucumber pizza on Christmas Day with fresh homemade cheese and 100% organic ingredients!

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Fresh asparagus picked right from our garden! 
Durga Farms on Kaua’i, Hawai’i

Fresh asparagus picked right from our garden! 

Durga Farms on Kaua’i, Hawai’i

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What basmati rice with split mung beans, breadfruit and kale. The benefits of eating & living Ayurvedically are infinite!

What basmati rice with split mung beans, breadfruit and kale. The benefits of eating & living Ayurvedically are infinite!

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Banana Love Loaf →

Making Banana Love Loaf is very simple! Let your intuition guide you. There are an infinite number of variations. We really enjoy making it with raisins and bananas. We have found that maple syrup is…

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Bulgur wheat, zucchini with kale and garbanzo beans. 

What are you eating (or not eating?) to increase your health today?

Bulgur wheat, zucchini with kale and garbanzo beans. 

What are you eating (or not eating?) to increase your health today?

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Through many years of trial and error, we have organized our kitchen in a beautiful and efficient way. Here are 6 of our most important tips to organizing your pantry and kitchen.

1.) Stock the kitchen pantry on a regular basis so the necessary ingredients are available for cooking.

2.) Keep your kitchen orderly so that it is easy to find the necessary tools.

3.) Shop for fresh ingredients at least weekly. Keep at least 2 to 4 weeks of dried grains and legumes on hand for more efficient shopping and convenience.

4.) Plan the next day’s meals the night before. Soak legumes or grains as needed.

5.) Take out all ingredients for food preparation before starting and clean up as you go.

6.) Preparing meals as a group, with friends or family, reduces prep time and encourages community. Keep discussions on a positive note.

What do you do to keep your kitchen and cooking area organized?

— Hale Pule Ayurveda and Yoga, www.halepule.com

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If you or your loved ones are interested in the miracles of Ayurveda and Ayurvedic cooking, we highly suggest this Holiday Package. 20% discount until 12/26/13!

For more immediate information on how to improve your mental, emotional and physical health, click the link below to Hale Pule Ayurveda and Yoga’s healthy eating section of their blog.

http://www.halepule.com/1/category/Eating%20for%20Health/1.html

— Myra Lewin, www.halepule.com

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