Welcome to Divine Taste by Anushruti! I'm Anushruti, a food writer, photographer, recipe creator and nutrition advisor based in Mumbai, India. My cooking style stems from ancient ayurvedic and sattvic cooking principles, incorporating dishes from around the world using fresh, seasonal and local ingredients! I'm here to help you create magic in your kitchen with dishes that will inspire and nourish you and your loved ones! Together, let's discover the joys and benefits of food that will delight your senses, invigorate your mind and touch your soul!
Sattvic Cooking is a lifestyle choice that brings about a harmony between the food we eat and our thoughts and actions. The principles of Ayurveda play a key role in this way of cooking. Sattvic recipes promote a sense of well being and positivity in our everyday life. Divinetaste.com has sattvic recipes devoid of meat, fish, eggs, alcohol, onion and garlic. The recipes are made using fresh, seasonal and local ingredients that seamlessly integrate the “sattvic” and modern ways of life. I invite you to try the recipes and experience a new level of joy and vitality that this manner of cooking brings to life.
Ayurveda recommends eating locally grown seasonal fruits and vegetables. Seasonal food is known to be full of prana or life giving positive energy. This section of Divine Taste highlights the seasonal bounty given to us by mother nature.
Eating according to seasons brings about a balance between the body and the mind.
Divine Taste catalogues a number of recipes based on the seasons of India and the seasons of the West.
Eggless Baking has always been my forte and has been a strong point of divine taste ever since its launch in 2008. I have been overwhelmed with the number of comments, emails and testimonials I have received for my baking recipes over the past few years. My baking recipes have been tried and tested by students, homemakers and adapted in professional kitchens as well. My intention is to put forth many more eggless baking recipes that can create joy and happiness in the years to come.