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The Flavors of the Ayurveda - 70 Vegetarian Recipes - cover

The Flavors of the Ayurveda - 70 Vegetarian Recipes

Hemangi Devi Dasi

Publisher: Lalita Kft

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The Flavors of the Ayurveda is a journey into the science of using food not only as preventative medicine but also as a cure. It offers tasty medicine in the form of alluring recipes, as well as practical tips for those who wish to utilize this ancient knowledge in their own kitchens to preserve or regain their health, and the health of their loved ones.

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