shallots

A mild, sweeter onion with a purplish coloring. Try searing on a hot skillet with oil, chop & add to rice dishes, meat marinades or sandwich spreads. Shallots pair especially well with peppery arugula.

shallots

onions

A staple in Indian cooking from marinades to raitas, onions are extremely versatile depending on how they are chopped & cooked. Try caramelizing them for a sweet, umami flavor or add raw, diced onions to raitas.

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onions

fresh turmeric

A fresh, vibrant root that is ground into a bright yellow powder & added to many dishes. Turmeric has an earthy taste & is very detectable to the palate if too much is added! Use in rice, dips, dressings, & even desserts to inject color & the anti-inflammatory health benefits of curcumin.

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fresh turmeric

ashwaghanda

Translating to “strength of a stallion”, ashwaghanda is powerful root that is ground for energy & vitality, known to aid in combating stress & rejuvenating the muscular & nervous system . Add 1 tsp to pancake powder or a pinch to a cup of warm milk.
*Consult your physician before using any Ayurvedic herbs. 

ashwaghanda

arjuna

An age-old tonic for heart rejuvenation made from the bark of a tree, arjuna strengthens the circulatory system, helps maintain blood pressure & cholesterol. promotes emotional balance & is said to mend a broken heart! We recommend adding a bit with honey to tea or sprinkling in warm morning cereal.
*Consult your physician before using any Ayurvedic herbs. 

arjuna