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Introducing Kokum with a Vegan White Bean Soup

It’s bitter cold in North Carolina and across much of the country as I write this blog—a perfect time for a wintry Vegan White Bean Soup. I’ve seasoned it with kokum as a way to introduce this fruit that is unfamiliar to most Americans, although it has been used in Ayurvedic cooking for millennia.

Dried kokum is used in Indian cooking because of its sour taste. What makes kokum unusual is that, unlike other sour foods—lemon, lime, vinegar, tomato—kokum does not increase pitta’s fiery nature. If you have pitta problems and eat too much of these other sour foods, you can set yourself up for a lot of pitta maladies. These include acid indigestion and acid reflux as well as skin problems, headaches, and

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Gluten-Free & Guilt-Free Cookies

Nothing pleases better than a batch of chocolate chip cookies but there is one requirement—they have to be yummy, even when they’re gluten-free!  This recipe is also egg- and dairy-free. Switch from ghee to coconut oil and you’ll have a batch of vegan cookies.

Whenever I develop dessert recipes, I always have a health goal in mind: minimize the damage! While many people can eat sweets without a problem, I easily get the sugar blues so I avoid super-sweet renditions of favorite comfort foods. Even so, I get rave reviews when I serve these cookies, but you can add more sugar if you like!

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