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In front of me is a new vegetarian cookbook: The Modern Ayurvedic Cookbook. Ayurvedic is a big word that may turn casual readers away, but for serious foodies seeking soothing and healing recipes, vegans and those who are into holistic health, this one works.... It's a friendly cookbook that anyone can use and appreciate, including those who just enjoy cooking and those who simply love Indian vegetarian cuisine.
-The Dining Out Guide (The Dining Out Guide)
I am pleased that Amrita Sondhi has written such a wonderful book! Not only as a cookbook, but also as a valuable resource and as a comprehensive introduction to the profound health science of Ayurveda, I heartily recommend this book! The recipes are tasty and easy to prepare, and the appendices offer important information on yoga-asana, aromatherapy, color therapy, and detailed menu plans, making it one of the most user friendly books about Ayurveda I know.
-Frank Jude Boccio, Ayurvedic Practitioner and author of Mindfulness Yoga: The Awakened Union of Breath, Body and Mind (Frank Jude Boccio)
The Modern Ayurvedic Cookbook will make a welcome and impressive addition to personal and community cookbook collections.
-Midwest Book Review (Midwest Book Review)
Includes a cornucopia of nourishing recipes that are in tune with nature and one's body.
-Vancouver Sun (Vancouver Sun)
Full of accessible and delicious recipes inspired by Amrita's circle of friends and family.
-Shared Vision (Shared Vision 2007-05-01)
This cookbook provides a wide-ranging survey of accessible vegetarian cooking, with some more challenging fusion fare.
-North Shore News (North Vancouver, BC) (North Shore News 2007-07-01)
The Modern Ayurvedic Cookbook offers more than 200 vegetarian recipes rooted in Ayurveda's nutritional principles.... [Amrita's] meals are also just plain tasty.
-Georgia Straight (Georgia Straight 2007-07-12)
Offers easy, veg-friendly recipes.... Try the Spicy Chickpea Soup with coconut, cilantro and yogurt.
-Curve (Curve 2007-07-24)
What a delightful, delicious book this is. A book designed for truly nourishing your individual bodies and ensuring that everyone you cook for leaves the table feeling good, centred, and as Amrita says, .joyful..
-Cahoots Magazine (Cahoots 2010-02-01)
Amrita Sondhi is a certified yoga instructor and Ayurvedic cooking teacher; she is also owner of Movement (movementglobal.com), a cutting-edge clothing line specializing in sustainable fibers. Her first book, The Modern Ayurvedic Cookbook, was published in 2006. She lives on Bowen Island, BC.