Ayurvedic & Raw Organic Vegan Pop Up Supper

Unique 4 course Pop Up Supper  - Enlightening Yogi Food

Join us for an evening of healing and high vibrational food in a loving community atmosphere.

Maitri Kundalini Yoga Tea

cher & Vegan Ayurvedic Chef 

Lia Raw Food Chef & Body Awareness Facilitator 

We decided to come toget

her for you to experience our two styles of food and lifestyle that blend beautifully the amazing healing and health qualities of organic, vegan, natural and raw food with no compromise on the taste!  

All our dishes are Gluten/Sugar/Dairy Free/Raw options

On The Menu: 


Smoothie with Apple ginger and  cinnamon 

Dips with Crudidts  (Classic Hummus, Red lentils with Mint and Garlic (cooked ), 

Raw Guacamole  and  Raw Mayo


Warm Raw Soup: Orange, Carrot and Ginger  

                                 Main Dishes 

Sweet Potato Cnell, in a Green Bechamel Sauce with Trinity, Cardamom and 

Turmeric { Cooked } 

Raw Pad Thai with Seaweed Noodles and Tamarind Coated Almonds 


                                 Meze Plate. 

Yellow split pea dhal with bay leaves and Trinity {Garlic, Ginger, Onion} 

Stuffed Portobello Mushroom with Raw Vegan Parmesan, Garlic & Parsley 

Gently Roasted  Aubergine with Tahini, Rocket and  Raisins 

Raw Onion Baji { Red Onions, 

Sunflower seed and Spices } 


Beetroot, Pear and Sprout Salad with Verbena and Sesame Oil 

Chicory, Spinach, Carrots, Red cabbage, black sesame seed 


                                     Dessert                                                                            Raw Chocolate and Coconut Tart with Cashew Cream 


Carrot and  Seed  Cake with Spices 



Ayurvedic Tea Blend  

Creamy Raw Chai 

        An Ancient Remedy for a Modern Lifestyle 

In Ayurveda there are 3 different types of body constitutions called 'Dosha' and each of them have a 3 deifferent ways of approaching food and body responses. With Raw Vegan and Cooked Vegan food we will be working with a tridoshic diet (re-balancing all 3 body constistuitions), full of herbs, spices and flavours to enrich your experience.  

Aromatic, appetizing and healing – when it comes to Ayurvedic cooking I am o

n a personal journey of self-discovery! You may want to understand that Ayurvedic Cooking is not just Indian cooking, although spices, herbs that are used are mostly from that part of the world however it is the knowledge applied that makes it unique and wonderful.  Ayurved

a teaches you how to speak with the ingredients and therefore no matter which part of the world  you are in, by tasting, looking at the colours, shapes, sizes and the texture of the food, you can easily learn how to make a meal that is Ayurvedic.

Ayurvedic cooking is also called “annayoga” because Ayurveda believes that the act of cooking and eating is a way to protect our lives and support the ‘prana’ or lifeforce.  It teaches us methods to improve our lives by practicing lifestyle and food habits that improves our physical and mental wellbeing. Ayurvedic cooking does not present us with a rule book but provides us with a guideline to understand nature and self. Recipes for Ayurvedic cooking depend on the person, climatic conditions of the region, body type and health condition of the person. It sounds complicated at the beginning, however once you learn the basic principles you will understand they are all “comm

on sense” cooking. I become fascinated with Ayurveda with every passing day as it reveals to me secrets or ideas that are not seen with vision only but experienced with all the five senses and sometimes the sixth one.

BENEFITS of a Conscious Lifestyle: We are what we eat and it influence Body, Mind and Spirit 

Supercharged Energy 

Clearer & Quicker Thinking

Improve Digestion 

Loose Excess Weight 

Better Skin & Hair 

Reduces Ageing 

Reduce Joint Stiffness

Reduce Blood Pressure 

Improve Circulation

Stimulate the Lymphatic System 

Reduce Blood Sugar

Reduce Allergy Reactions

Improve IBS

Increase Libido

Reduce Sickness

Recovery From illness

Improve Exercise Recovery 

Advance Booking only as limited spaces 

All Inclusive for £ 40pp 

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  • Freya

    I am coming, I thought it was a 7:30 start, I hate being late. Freya

    April 25, 2014

  • Lia A.

    Hello, do yo know what dosha most suite you? check out this link and learn more on friday :-) excited to see you all there :-) Lia

    April 23, 2014

  • Lucy L

    Hi Lia

    Thanks for the recipes, just wanted to say how much I thoroughly enjoyed the event. Will be buying my food processor ASAP, any recommendations?

    I've signed up to the pop up on the 25th, but can't find any details of the day on the 26th which was advertised on the flyer..?

    Thanks, lucy

    1 · April 6, 2014

    • Lia A.

      Hi Lucy, a magimix is the best processor around but philips are quite good too :-) I haven;t posted the 26th yet, will do this week :-) Look forward to seeing you, will post Raw Super Snacks later too its next thurs 17th :-) x

      April 8, 2014

    • Lucy L

      Awesome thanks, can't wait - i'll be there for all! x

      April 8, 2014

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