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Kaap is n' mooi plek wi stem sm my n kaap ht bai lig j kn ws gebore in die kaap wis los n' duim
Thanks for a great session! I really enjoyed the afternoon, the desserts are delicious and it was a joy to meet you!
Now I'm salivating!!! Oh, nooo ... how will I be able to sleep ;)

INDIKAAP believes food holds energy that nurtures, heals and transforms. We create delicious Ayurved Food is an allegory. It feeds our bodies and our spirits.

It is the concrete manifestation of lifetimes of experience, knowledge cultural heritage and adaptation. It is our story retold through our senses of smell, taste, touch and sight. At INDIKAAP we cook with this awareness of the greater importance food plays in our lives. We use food to engage, excite, integrate and transform, each delicious mouthful at a time.

10/10/2023

When considering Ayurveda at a deeply personal level, so much comes up if I had to think of myself as just this body.
If you're of Indian descent, living in the diaspora, and when considering South Africa's history; it's understandable that identity remains diaphanous and changing, as it should some would say.
I bring this experience to my knowledge of Ayurveda, which is also ever-evolving, and so deeply satisfying. It's like Mathematics. Ayurveda as a science and a philosophy is sustainable, grounded, and nurturing. It brings rhythm to chaos.

What is your experience of Ayurveda? How did you come to it? What is vague and what is true? What have you found valuable? And what confuses you? Join our conversation.

and Michele Naidoo Mistry explore themes of religion, science, food, sustainability, food security, diaspora, memory, heritage, recipes, ritual, tradition, health, and the future of Ayurveda in South Africa.

Join us on Instagram tomorrow 11 October 2023 at 6pm. Follow Yoraya's insta handle

03/10/2023

INDIKAAP's next series of cooking classes are designed to be multi-sensory, engaging, and informative. You'll be experiencing Ayurveda in a very different way and in a different context.
But I really want the class to be fun!

I know, I know there have been times that I have been called 'the life of the party'. It's rude to laugh! 😄😄
Truth is I'm more likely to be called 'the designated driver' 😅

So, I've collaborated with others who have made entertainment and hospitality their life's work, and who are creating novel spaces in their fields. They bring their uniqueness to their food, and I applaud their courage and business savvy.

You're invited to join and I, on the 21 October 2023, at

Booking on the link below
https://indikaap.com/product/oct2023-cookingclass/

Yoraya Nydoo and Lisa Knipe talk to Michele Mistry about Ayurveda, Culture, Food, and all things in-between. Join the conversation at One Park, 1 Park Road, GARDENS, Capetown

In her desire to take Ayurveda out of books and to people and places that can change the way people nourish themselves, Michele has been giving talks and having conversations with innovators in their field. 
The chefs and mixologist at @one_park_cpt are some of these innovators. 30/09/2023

Yoraya Nydoo and Lisa Knipe talk to Michele Mistry about Ayurveda, Culture, Food, and all things in-between. Join the conversation at One Park, 1 Park Road, GARDENS, Capetown

In her desire to take Ayurveda out of books and to people and places that can change the way people nourish themselves, Michele has been giving talks and having conversations with innovators in their field.
The chefs and mixologist at are some of these innovators.

Yoraya Nydoo and Lisa Knipe talk to Michele Mistry about Ayurveda, Culture, Food, and all things in-between. Join the conversation at One Park, 1 Park Road, GARDENS, Capetown In her desire to take Ayurveda out of books and to people and places that can change the way people nourish themselves, Michele has been giving talks and having conversations with innovators in their field. The chefs and mixologist at @one_park_cpt are some of these innovators.

30/09/2023

LIVING WITH AMBIGUITY


Do you know that moment when the penny drops, and your life choices start to make sense?

I've given expression to so many things in my life. Sometimes they've felt like mistakes or deviations from my path. But recently...

Creating art teaches you many things. One of the most important is the idea that everything is incomplete and imperfect. There are multiple solutions to any problem, and there are many perspectives from which to look at something.

This idea creates a tolerance to difference. It invites humility. It allows a space for the uninvited, unplanned, the unintended. It allows Grace to flow unhindered.

It is the reason many Eastern traditions insist on a living Guru (teacher). Texts alone do not adequately respond to the need of a time. It requires conscious presence and discerning. It is why we respect and honour our ancestors and past elders.
It allows Grace to flow unhindered.

Allow yourself to soften when you hold on to what you think you know too tightly. The map is not the terrain. We may be looking at the same truth and seeing it differently. Allow Grace to flow unhindered.

Happy Weekend!

22/09/2023

Save The Date: 21 October 2023

Ayurvedic Cooking Classes start in October!

This year, we'll meet and cook in Cape Town restaurants with a unique story or offering and whose owners and chefs I admire.
We'll learn the principles of Ayurvedic Cooking and get to apply them to the cuisine of the restaurant we visit.

Knives out🔪, aprons on 👩‍🍳. Can I get a "Yes Chef!"

Photos from INDIKAAP's post 21/09/2023

I'll be speaking Montagu Herb Festival, Monday 25 September, at 9a.m.
The talk is called "The Yoga of Indigenous Herbs" and is inspired by the book by Dr Vasant Lad and Dr. David Frawley called "The Yoga of Herbs".

I invite you into a conversation about herbs and touch on some that have been used traditionally in Ayurveda from India, Africa, and the West. I'll share a bit about how Ayurveda categorizes herbs, how we determine the properties of herbs, and how they are used to balance the doshas (the Ayurvedic humours).

If you have just an introduction to Ayurveda, or if you've had some training in the science either in nutrition, as a coach, counselor, practitioner, or doctor; you understand the importance of creating and maintaining a sustainable practice in Herbology.
To this end, it is important to use herbs indigenous to a region.
It is a sustainable practice, there is usually a long-standing tradition and indigenous knowledge of the herbs and their effectiveness, and people in the region, are accustomed to using those herbs (satmya).

I hope you'll be tempted to come to the festival if you're in the Western Cape. It starts this Friday 22nd September and ends on Monday. You can find the full programme on their FB and Inta profiles. and make bookings for talks and events on Quicket.

22/05/2023

Autumn calls for

This one was a quick mix with pak choi, spring onion, green chilli and and shimeji mushrooms.

No soy sauce or tamarind needed. Just the fresh flavours of ginger root and black pepper.

Finished with coriander, sesame, and Chilli flakes. I added some sticky chilli soy cuts for my kiddos.

Happy tummy!!!

22/05/2023

Autumn calls for

This one was a quick mix with pak choi, spring onion, green chilli and and shimeji mushrooms.

No soy sauce or tamarind needed. Just the fresh flavours of ginger root and black pepper.

Finished with coriander, sesame, and Chilli flakes.

Happy tummy!!!

Photos from INDIKAAP's post 11/04/2023

I love autumn tones, the oranges, coppers and yellows are so beautiful. And they make for a beautiful palette when cooking.

I got these delightful Jack-be-littles Oranjezicht City Farm and Market Day and waited for the weather to get just nippy enough to warrant baked pumpkin.

I chopped On The Green Side original tenders, green peppers, mushrooms, spring onion, baby marrow, fresh garlic, fresh ginger, sage, crushed black pepper
Mixed it all up with 1/2 a bottle of INDIKAAP 's Korma paste.

Stuffed those babies and put them on a wood fire in our smoker. It turned out beautifully.
I served it with a piquant tomato chutney to balance the richness and garlic & sage flatbread.

Yummy

27/03/2023

AUTUMN FRUITS

🍐 Pears are sweet but also astringent because of the tannins in their skin. So choose organic sources, for many reasons but also so that you can eat the skin.
🍐They are cooling, moist and light. They are a summer fruit, and in Cape Town some varieties are harvested towards Autumn, in Feb and March. I love them!

🤓Any guesses which dosha it pacifies and which dosha it aggravates as we transition into a Cape Autumn?

In Cape Town, the wind dies down a bit in Autumn and there is a goldenness to the air. There are occasional rains, but both the heat and wind are temperate and enjoyable, it's a favoured time to visit.
Cape Autumn's are unlike Autumn in other parts of South Africa that are 'statickly ' dry.
Yet we also see an increase in allergies and sniffles and colds.

Transition times between seasons are TRICKY and more so when the weather in your locale is unpredictable. It calls for a steady balance and a gentle transition in the way we eat and our daily routines.

Dear pear lovers living in Cape Town, relish those pears as they come into season. Remember that pears will decrease Pitta, and Kapha if not too sweet but heading into Vata season, if had in access it will aggravate Vata. So if you must indulge, have them steamed or baked (skin on).

Photos from INDIKAAP's post 25/03/2023

COOKING CLASSES

This April:
🍅 22 April 2023 The Alchemy of Herbs & Spice
🍅23 April 2023 Cooking for my Dosha

One of the 3 pillars of Ayurveda is nutrition or Ahara: everything we consume with our senses. This is why I focus on Ayurvedic Nutrition.
By changing what you eat,
how you eat it,
when you eat it and
how much of it you eat,
you can transform you experience of life, not just your health!

Let what you eat become the FOOD THAT FEEDS YOUR PURPOSE, not just fills your tummy.

Subscribers to the newsletter qualify for discount rates as always:
That's a 25% discount per ticket if you bring a friend or book both classes!
Take the dosha test on the website to subscribe.

See you in April at The Demo Kitchen, , V&A Waterfront, Cape Town

16/03/2023

To a bespoke Vegan food experience I created for travel journalist, Christopher Elliot and his family.

They were Vegan and delighted to find .

I incorporated South African wild foods into the menu to give these seasoned travelers a taste that was unique to the Western Cape, was Vegan, sugar gluten and alcohol free, as requested.

I leaned heavily on for ways to use these amazing wild foods in a way that elevates their delicate flavours. I wish I knew .ukutya back then!

geranium

Photos from INDIKAAP's post 06/03/2023

World Food Waste Action Week 6th-12th March 2023

Ayurveda addresses the root of a problem within the system it exists. It does not separate the part from the whole but seeks to balance the system.
In addressing problems that we experience on a global scale, nothing can be sustainable if we do not make the changes needed in our own immediate experience. We have to see ourselves as a part of the whole, not acting on it.
This change multiplied is what changes the macrocosm.

One of the 3 pillars in Ayurveda is called Brahmacharya (abstinence). This is often thought of as abstaining from s*xual activity, but it refers to having control of all the sense organs.
Consumption becomes a function of our needs to thrive not an action of unconscious, or unregulated desire or a response to stress and trauma.

An example of this is meal size. An Ayurvedic measure of a meal, is what can fit into both hands cupped.
That is quite a mind-shift to make. But the impact on our bodies can be felt as the decreased accumulation of undigested material which does not pass through the body as waste but collects over time to become toxic.
Can you see this as a mirror of our larger reality?
By eating just what you need, you reduce your food waste and cultural norms around consumption change too.

What would you fill your cupped hands with if it was all you ate at every meal?

Photos from INDIKAAP's post 02/03/2023

Hello if you're new to my profile 👋

3 words I often use are Vata, Pitta & Kapha. You'll see them in posts, on stories, in recipes or you would have seen them on my product labels.
They are the 3 Doshas and describe the energy principles present in our bodies from an Ayurvedic perspective.

I usually describe what impact the recipe/ingredient/product/season that I'm discussing has on the Doshas,
e.g., Leafy greens ↑ Vata ↓ Kapha ↓ Pitta. This means it will increase Vata, decrease Kapha and decrease Pitta.

If you look at the images in the post, these are the qualities in your body that are actually increased or decreased! 💡💡💡

(scroll 👇on my feed for an explanation of what the Doshas are.)
Fill out the dosha test on my website to find out more about your current doshic state.
https://indikaap.com

27/02/2023

Have you been looking for ways to incorporate Ayurveda into your daily life in a sustainable and approachable way?

Cooking for your dosha is the easiest way to incorporate Ayurvedic concepts into day-to-day life. Using food you already have at home,, I will show you how to use the principles of Ayurveda and nutrition to create meals that bring balance to your dosha. No need to go hunting for products or buy online from distant shores.

After attending our Ayurvedic cooking classes,, you will be well on your way to integrating this health science and approach to wellness into your life!
All ingredients, and a booklet of notes and recipes are included.

Sounds exciting? Let’s do it together!
Date: Sun 23 April 2023
Time: 2pm-5pm
Venue: The Demo Kitchen,

Discounted rates if you bring a friend or book another cooking class in March or April

To learn more about our Cooking For Your Dosha class and to save your spot click the link in our bio👆🏾

See you there friends ✨

Photos from INDIKAAP's post 26/02/2023

Our last post for this month on acts of love beyond the obvious, focuses on the Earth and soil health.

Sadhguru: Eighty-seven percent of life forms on this planet – microbes, worms, insects, birds, animals, human beings, plants, trees and every other vegetation on the planet is sustained by an average of thirty-nine inches of topsoil. And that is in grave danger right now. In the last forty years, forty percent of the world’s topsoil has been lost. The United Nations says we have soil left only for approximately eighty to hundred harvests, which means another forty-five to sixty years of agriculture. After that, we will not have the soil to produce food.

Here are a few organisations doing work to change this that you can follow and support:

co-creates pattern-breaking social change through sustainable values-based community development

restores ecosystems through forest restoration

a spiritual ecological movement to reconnect humankind with nature

creating awareness and engagement around the need to preserve topsoil

24/02/2023

Our modern day superpower is no longer a high IQ, EQ or SQ. Post COVID it’s our immunity. Imagine being unstoppable, being able to relish good health! Like an invisible cloak you draw around you and loved ones!

In the Alchemy of Herbs & Spices, we explore the untold potency of these natural wonders to increase health and longevity.

Come on a path of discovery with us, as we find the power in what seems ordinary.

Some of the things you will learn during this exciting cooking class:
How to balance the use of spice to create delicious flavours for your unique palate and constitution
How spice is used in Ayurveda to manage hormonal function and its impact on menarche/adolescence, fertility, virility, childbirth and menopause and andropause.
How to use spice to increase virality and s*x drive
How to use to improve metabolism and digestion

All ingredients, and a booklet of notes and recipes are included.

Sounds exciting? Let’s do it together!
Date: Sat 22 April 2023
Time: 2pm-5pm
Venue: The Demo Kitchen,

Discounted rates if you bring a friend or book another cooking class in March or April
Bookings via the link in my bio.

We’re particularly excited for this sensory exploration into the alchemy of herbs and spice and look forward to seeing you there

23/02/2023

“A delightful exploration of the sensation of taste”, is what the “Six Tastes” workshop has been described as. There are 6 tastes in Ayurveda, Shrad (6) Rasa (essence). These tastes carry the code of the elements that they are derived from and play a specific role in our digestion. They are Sour, Salty, Sweet, Astringent, Bitter and Pungent. We have an interactive cooking class coming up where we use knowledge of the 6 tastes to cook to bring balance to our individual constitutions or doshas.
You’ll be learning how to incorporate all 6 tastes into every dish and every meal in a simple and approachable way. Learn how to use the different tastes to balance aggravated doshas. We end the class off by cooking and eating a delicious vegan tri-doshic meal together.
Are you excited to take the next step and learn about this exciting (and tasty) part of Ayurveda? We look forward to going on this journey with you.

Date: Su 12 March 2023
Time: 2pm-5pm
Venue: The Demo Kitchen,

Discounted rates if you bring a friend or book another cooking class in March or April

To participate in this excited cooking class, click the link in our bio or DM us for more info.

22/02/2023

You’ve heard of Ayurveda and have been interested in incorporating it into everyday life, but you felt intimidated by many of the concepts and didn’t know where to start. Is this you?

My “Introduction to Ayurvedic Cooking” class is an excellent place to get acquainted with the fundamental concepts of the health science, Ayurveda.

During this interactive cooking class we will explore how Ayurveda concepts are used in nutrition and cooking to heal, restore and maintain good health. We will be making a delicious meal for your dosha. All ingredients, and a booklet of notes and recipes are included.

Sounds exciting? Let’s do it together!
Date: Sat 11 March 2023
Time: 2pm-5pm
Venue: The Demo Kitchen,

Discounted rates if you bring a friend or book another cooking class in March or April

To learn more about our Introduction to Ayurvedic Cooking class and to save your spot click the link https://indikaap.com/product/ayurvedic-cooking-class/
👆🏾

I look forward to seeing you there ✨

Photos from INDIKAAP's post 20/02/2023

Reasons to love Ayurveda and to learn more about it.

8 reasons why Ayurveda is growing and how it can help you:

1. It is a nontoxic, natural approach to wellness.
2. It is psychosomatic, i.e., it has always recognised the connection between the mind body and spirit.
3. It is personalised health care. Although the symptoms of illness can be aggregated, each person’s needs for wellness are different.
4. Maintaining good health is prioritised. In this way we avoid illness with gentle adjustments to diet and lifestyle rather than wait for someone to fit a phenotype so we can apply a standard protocol and prescribed medication.
5. It is responsive and adaptable to cultures, ages, s*xes and environments.
6. It provides the individual with knowledge, tools and practices that allow them control over their own wellbeing.
7. Panchakarma is a unique wellness protocol.
8. It can be used with all other health systems.

Book your first consultation and let's deepen your knowledge of this ancient health science.
Click the LINK in my BIO or send me a DM.

19/02/2023

For the world weary.

was the most streamed song this Valentine's Day. This is likely an indication of a general feeling of discontent or cynicism about love and relationships 😎😎😎
And may herald the coming of age of the masses, an opportunity to seek a different experience of love and Truth.

One such experience is of sitting in meditation with a group of people, where you agree to hold the same thought, over a period of time.
You're likely to experience our mind and body as vibrational instruments, becoming attuned to a single frequency. The result is a feeling of harmony.
I won't go on to wax lyrical about the benefits of meditation in a group, these are so easily found if you just google.
But I would suggest trying meditation as a salve for your weary heart.

A group I often sit with is called and you can find a facilitator on their website, in most countries and cities in the world.
I am one and have been conducting meditation for groups for 18 years. I would be very happy to add you to a group or to facilitate a meditation with a group you have gathered.

Photos from INDIKAAP's post 18/02/2023

Nations have gathered armies in their pursuit. Explorers have braved near death to claim their bounty. These precious commodities of ancient times have become common place in modernity, with everyone having some variation of a spice mix in their pantry.

Yet spices still wield an untold magic to transform our lives. Do we have the fountain of youth and longevity, hidden in plain sight?

Join Michele Mistry the Ayurvedic health and nutrition coach at INDIKAAP Ayurveda for a sensory exploration into the alchemy of spice.

In this workshop held at you will learn:
- How spice is used in Ayurveda to manage hormonal function and its impact on menarche/adolescence, fertility, childbirth and menopause
- How to use spice to increase virality and s*x drive
- How to use spice to improve metabolism and digestion
- And also how to balance the use of spice to create delicious flavours for your unique palate and constitution

Retreat Yourself is a wellness festival taking place 29 March - 2 April 2023 at Elandskloof Farm Cottages, Helderstroom. Tap selffestival to learn more.

Photos from INDIKAAP's post 17/02/2023

EXCITING NEWS! We have an Cooking Class Announcement! ⬇️

Have you been looking for ways to incorporate Ayurveda into your life in a sustainable way?

Listen closely now:
One of the 3 pillars of Ayurveda is Ahara, which refers to everything we take in with the senses that is nourishing to our body and mind.
Food plays such a significant role in our overall well being, that by just addressing this one aspect of daily life, you make huge strides towards living the life you want.

Let me say that again: by just addressing this one aspect of daily life, you make huge strides towards living the life you want!

Did that give you goosebumps?
Come and learn how to create the food that feeds your purpose.
Let me know in the comments if this makes perfect sense to you.

We have cooking classes coming up that introduce you to Ayurveda, and help you apply the learning to your own Dosha and for those you love.

Stoked? I certainly am! Here are the details:

Sat 11 March 2-5pm
Introduction to Ayurvedic Cooking - learn the principles of Ayurvedic cooking and nutrition

Sun 12 March 2-5pm
The Six Tastes - what role does each taste play in the balance of health

Sat 22 Apr 2-5pm
The Alchemy of Herbs & Spice - how to use herbs & spices to achieve health goals

Sun 23 Apr 2-5pm
Cooking for my Dosha - Learn how to cook for each of the doshas and create balance in every meal

Book your tickets through our website at www.indikaap.com or email us at [email protected] to reserve your spot.

PS. You can complete a free dosha test on our website by visiting www.indikaap.com

📸 taken .house.sa

14/02/2023

This Valentine's Day, be Brave!

I hear from women all the time. The messages I don’t get are the ones I wish more men would make to Ayurvedic practitioners, to health care professionals, to nutritionists. It’s from the brave writer and depending on his age it may sound like this:
“I lost my mojo. Can you help me get on track to rediscovering it?”

Let’s call him Victor who, like many other men, feels shy or ashamed to talk about male virility.
In Victor’s case, his ‘mojo’ refers to his ability to attain or sometimes maintain an er****on as well as having sufficient viable s***m for reproduction.

Luckily for Victor, Ayurveda devotes an entire discipline to reproductive medicine called Vajikarna. Shukra dhatu, (semen in men and o**m in women) is the last bodily tissue to be created from digestion.
The quality of our nutrition, the effectiveness of our digestion, our environment and responses to stress affect the quality and quantity of semen. Vata dosha should be managed.

A good start would be to look at:
- Decreasing stress levels or improving our responses to stress
- Good sleep quality and sufficient sleep
- Appropriate nutrition for our dosha and stage in life
- Hydration
- Restraint from excessive s*x or ma********on

If you relate to this story in any way, maybe loving you is what needs to happen first and in a way that is different from what you’re used to, for a while anyway.

Photos from INDIKAAP's post 12/02/2023

A beautiful and forgotten rite of passage

Your experience of menarche may not have been ideal. It is such a loaded rite of passage that triggers so much in the individual and society.

This month, I invite you to revisit this time in your life, with new eyes.
Why? Because your feeling and attitude towards your monthly period affects your menstrual health.

Change this into an act of love by re-imagining what it could have been like if:

❤ you did not experience period poverty.
❤ you were better prepared.
❤ you had someone to talk to about it, who didn't see it as the bane of female
existence
❤ you lived in a society that celebrates it as a rite of passage not a reason for
shame or isolation
❤ you were nurtured and soothed by touch, rest and food.

Photos from INDIKAAP's post 10/02/2023

It’s World Pulses Day!

Here are some interesting facts:
SA Indians living in KZN call them Vada (pronounced vheredhur emphasis on vhere) SA Indians from JHB call them Vadhe (pronounced Vhadhare emphasis on dhare)

There is always a savoury and sweet snack at any Indian religious occasion held by people of Tamilian decent.

From an Ayurvedic perspective this is to ensure that all 6 tastes are present in a meal. Vadhe is the preferred savoury snack.

Photo 1 is the fried version and photo 4 the baked version. Both methods are in the recipe below ⬇️

Recipe
2 cups split pigeon peas (soaked overnight)
3 spring onions with greens finely chopped
2 cloves of garlic (finely crushed)
1 inch of fresh ginger root (finely crushed)
1 handful of fresh coriander leaves roughly chopped
1 green chilli seeded and finely chopped
½ tsp each of cumin & black pepper
½ tsp turmeric
(add other spices to suit your dosha)
1 tsp salt
2 tsp baking powder
3 tablespoons chana flour
500ml of sunflower oil if frying

Method
Thoroughly wash the pigeon peas in a colander.
Grind the soaked pigeon peas with ¼ cup of water. It should resemble a thick batter.
Add all other ingredients except the chana flour.
Mix the ingredients until well combined.
If the mixture makes a soft, moist ball that maintains it’s form, there is no need for the chana flour. If however the mixture is watery, use the chana flour to bind the ingredients together.

Heat oil in a deep pot or pan. The oil is ready when a tiny ball of the batter comes to the surface quickly.
Form balls and flatten, then make a hole in the centre and deep fry until golden and cooked through.

To bake, use a silicon cake pop mold for balls that resemble falafel. Bake on 180 degrees celsius until golden and a skewer comes out clean.

Enjoy!👩🏾‍🍳

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Our Story

Michele Mistry is a certified Ayurvedic nutritionist and the owner of INDIKAAP. Here she creates Ayurvedic & Vegan food products and services in Cape Town, South Africa. At INDIKAAP we cook with the awareness of the profound importance and transformative nature food has in our lives. We use food to heal, engage, excite, integrate and transform, each delicious mouthful at a time.

Michele believes that

“Food is an allegory, a poem. It is the concrete manifestation of lifetimes of experience, knowledge cultural heritage and adaptation.
It is our story retold through our senses of smell, taste, touch and sight. It feeds our bodies and our spirits. Communities are built around a fire and a pot.”


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