A real yogi eats to live, rather than living to eat. This doesn't mean your food has to be tasteless, though. In fact, cooking has always been one of my favorite hobbies. Over the years, my family and friends have patiently tested my kitchen creations (which, I must admit, sometimes flopped). But after trying out hundreds of dishes, I now have quite a few tried and true recipes to share with you that are healthful, tasty, and easy to prepare. I'll post a new favorite here each week, so check back often for delicious new additions to your diet.
These soft muffins are full of plump, juicy blueberries. They also contain lecithin, an important nutrient usually derived from soybeans. Lecithin acts as an emulsifying agent, enabling fats such as cholesterol to be removed from the body, thereby protecting the arteries and vital organs from fatty buildup. It is also known to increase brain function and promote energy. You can take advantage of these tasty muffins to include more lecithin in your diet.
For these delicious and easy kebabs, try preparing the seitan the night before when you are cooking dinner. Soak it overnight in the marinade and the next night it will take only a few minutes to assemble and grill or broil the kebabs. These kebabs make a very attractive addition to any party menu, especially an outdoor barbecue-style buffet. You'd better make plenty, though; they won't last long!