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From Vegetables, With Love
Recipes & Tales from a Yogi’s Kitchen
In this completely rewritten and expanded second edition of From Vegetables with Love, you will find over 300 mouthwatering recipes and a wealth of information about the yogic approach to food and diet, including the healing properties of natural foods and herbs, helpful "yogi kitchen tips," and stories from Siri Ved's years serving as Yogi Bhajan's personal chef.
Siri Ved Kaur Khalsa was one of the early students of Yogi Bhajan and served as his personal cook in the 1970s. It was in his kitchen that her natural aptitude for preparing healing foods was nurtured and first blossomed. He loved cooking too, and would often show her how to create amazing curries, paraanthas, and other foods with his unique yogic flair and ayurvedic wisdom. She learned by his side in the kitchen and at his feet as his student, and then shared her knowledge with others through teaching workshops and cooking classes, cooking columns, and her two cookbooks, Conscious Cookery (1979) and From Vegetables with Love (1989). From 2001 to 2007 she ran Yogi Eats, a vegetarian catering company in Los Angeles with a devoted following of yogis, celebrities, and other lovers of delicious, healing, natural foods.
Siri Ved now resides in Central California and continues to share her wisdom and "food journey" through her blog
“Siri Ved is the keeper of one of Yogi Bhajan’s important legacies: his philosophy of food. Yogi Bhajan was as much a cook as he was a yogi — and his life changing teachings were as much about what and how we eat as they were about postures, breath and meditation. In From Vegetables With Love, his student Siri Ved not only enshrines those teachings, but breathes life into them to help us feed ourselves consciously and deliciously. I’ve been fortunate enough to eat Siri Ved’s cooking, but it was her wonderful first edition of this book that nourished me and my family for many years. I know this new expanded edition will do the same for you and yours.”
—Dan Charnas, yoga teacher, journalist, and author of Work Clean: What Great Chefs Can Teach Us About Organizing Our Lives And Focusing Our Minds.
"What a delicious, nutritious gift. The recipes provide nutrient-rich opportunities to delight your taste buds as well as inspire healthier choices."
—Ashley Koff RD award-winning dietitian and author of The Better Nutrition, Simplified Plan.
“A must have (you’ll refer to it over and over again) for anyone looking for a divine source of health and healing. The over 250 recipes are suitable for all types of diets and include gluten free and dairy sensitive options. I heartily recommend this book! It’s critical for your survival during these stressful times and into the future."
—Dharma Singh Khalsa, M.D., Best Selling Author of Food as Medicine and President, Alzheimer’s Prevention Foundation
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