The aubergine has a bitter reputation. Yet it is a versatile fruit that can be fried, baked, stewed, steamed, or – best of all – long roasted.
Burdock root appears to be ordinary, but – as the cuisine of Japan, China and Korea attests – it can easily be transformed into something quite delightful.
Nicola Dominici talks about opening his vegan restaurant and becoming an urban mushroom farmer in Miami.
Parasol mushrooms, oyster mushrooms and shiitake can all be easily grown in your backyard or garden. Find out how!
The edible red fruit of the cranberry shrub is antiseptic, antioxidative and medicinal. It can be used to make juice, liqueur and preserves.
Millet is rich in antioxidants, high in protein, and versatile in form. What’s more, humans have been eating it for thousands of years.
Lavender oil has numerous health benefits. It can help with anxiety and depression, has a strong antihistamine effect, and might even relieve cold sores.
On grey autumn evenings, you can still experience rainbows – with this mindful breathing exercise.
Instead of throwing away used coffee grounds, follow this recipe for a zero waste, homemade facial scrub.
Walking backwards has many health benefits – it strengthens our muscles, is an efficient form of exercise, and can even prevent disease.
In the last 10 years, milk has become slightly controversial. Some people claim that it’s indispensable, nutritious and crucial for healthy bones, while others tend to say it might cause cancer and lead to premature death. So who is right? And why do we keep drinking it?
“The power of egoism is so strong, that we constantly forget who we truly are: pure being and consciousness.” Original text by Marshall Govindan Satchidananda.
Kriya Yoga seminars are constantly organized in Europe and across the world. One of them will be held in Poland this autumn. During the weekend seminar, participants will learn the five-fold path of Babaji’s Kriya Yoga.
“For every minute you are angry you lose sixty seconds of happiness” is a photography series by British photographer Julian Germain.