AUTHOR Damyanti Gajjar
FORMAT Landscape; 210mm x 210mm; Paperback
Consuming food is necessary for survival, but food has an essential component that is often overlooked.
It contains an inherent energy or prana (life force). The memory of this life force is locked in our cognitive memory and is available to us if we take the initiative to recognise that it does exist.
It is this subtle energy that makes one feel good when one has had a particularly beautiful meal.
In contrast one can feel awful when the food has not been prepared with fresh, good-quality produce or if the cook has had a bad day.
Food starts oxidizing about six hours after it has been cooked; hence eating freshly prepared food is essential, as it still contains this life force.