This Indian soul food is healing, nurturing and for the whole body. I use a plain version for my students of Shankhaprakshalana. Check out this last variation with a slight kick.
All over social media, we’re told to strive, push and battle with our bodies. Never settle! Never be satisfied. The big BUT here is this: Do you really want to live a life of dissatisfaction?
Then add a handful of freshly chopped coriander and serve. So warming and delicious!
I don’t want to dwell too much on when I stopped playing as a child. The other day, I read that the average 40-year-old has had three disasters in their life, which can change the way they look at the world. I’ve had a few, and I know I’m not alone.