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here's a Yogi in the Kitchen!

The Stinking Healer!

© Siri-Ved Kaur Khalsa

The following is one in an ongoing series of columns entitled There's a Yogi in the Kitchen! by Siri-Ved Kaur Khalsa . View all columns in series

To Come Out of Sickness Eat 3 cloves of raw garlic, three times a day, morning, midday, and night. Drink lots of water with it. To help eat the raw garlic, try it on rice cakes chopped with some olive oil. If you toast the rice cake, toast them before you add the garlic. Also, try the raw garlic with avocado, or just put the garlic with a piece of bread or toast. Your other food should be light and easy to digest.

Garlic Lover Cheese Toast Be sure to make one for your spouse/partner/roommate, too. People who reek of garlic together, are not bothered at all by it.

Chop 1 bulb of garlic. Lightly toast two slices of bread (rye is very tasty). Put one piece of toast in the middle of a piece of aluminum foil. Put a slice of cheese (like Jack, muenster, cheddar) on that piece of toast. Add half of the garlic. Put another slice of cheese over that. Then add the other half of the garlic. Top with another slice of cheese. Now top it all with the other piece of toast. Wrap the whole thing in foil and bake at 375 until the cheese is quite melted (about 15 minutes). You don't have to wrap it in foil, that just helps so the toast doesn't get too toasted. The garlic should not be cooked all the way. The cheese helps take the bite out of the garlic. This is a lot of cheese, but somehow all that garlic balances it out!
For variations on this sandwich:

  • Add a slice or two of tomato and a few leaves of fresh basil.
  • Add 1-2 tsp. minced fresh gingerroot to garlic.
  • Add 1 finely chopped serrano or jalapeno chili to garlic.
  • Add 1 thin slice of onion to each layer of garlic.
  • On first piece of toast, instead of cheese, spread with pesto or sun-dried tomato/olive tampenade.

SOURCES: Khalsa, Shakti Parwha Kaur, Kundalini Yoga: The Flow of Eternal Power. Berkeley Publishing Group (a division of Penguin Putnam Inc.), 1999.
Based on the teachings of Yogi Bhajan.

The above remedies and recommendations are based on yogic/ayurvedic healing traditions and should not be taken as medical advice. If you have a health concern, seek the guidance of your health practitioner.

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Siri-Ved Kaur Khalsa Siri Ved studied vegetarian yogic cooking with her spiritual teacher, Yogi Bhajan, beginning in 1971. During the years she served as his personal cook, his wife Bibi Inderjit Kaur also trained her in the fine art of Indian cooking. Since then she has run a popular vegetarian catering company in Los Angeles, authored two cookbooks, including ...more
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