This hummus recipe with an Ayurvedic twist is the bomb.com. The creaminess of this hummus is
I’m the girl who is panting and salivating at the party when they have hummus because it’s usually one of the only healthy things they offer at social gatherings nowadays. I like to slather it on veggies, salads, sandwiches, rice, or just eat that shit straight from the spoon. People always look at me like I’m crazy because I love it so much. They get offended or something because I’m healthy, why do people do that? I think there are some deeper things going on inside them….
Anyone can make this, as long as you have a blender/food processor, you’re stylin!
This hummus is considered Ayurvedic for a few reasons. You must make sure that the chickpeas are dried and organic. Don’t use canned chickpeas because they contain no prana, energy or nutrients. Canned foods are full of toxins. Anything that can be preserved for an absurd amount of time is a no-no in Ayurveda. I also added some Ayurvedic ingredients like sesame oil and asafoetida, instead of the traditional mediterranean olive oil and onions.
Garlic is considered Tamasic. It is dark, sedative, detrimental, dulling and numbing. So I foolishly added a large amount of garlic because it just tastes so good, and I love stinky breath! Garlic should only be used for medicinal purposes like alleviating pain and suffering. Sometimes I can’t control myself though. So it’s up to you if you want to join the stinky breath club!
Chickpeas are an excellent food to incorporate in your Ayurvedic diet. They are generally good for all doshas in moderation.
It’s been a flippin fantastic week so far. My avid love for Ayurveda is drawing me into more opportunities everyday. My mentors Sash and Steve helped me realize that being yourself is the best way to be an awesome entrepreneur, or as I like to say… Follow your truth! I decided that knowing and believing that my weirdo self is just as cool as all the other dream catchers and go-getters out there. We all deserve to succeed when our hearts are full of compassion!