Devotional Dishes’ is a unique cookbook that features more than 260 fasting recipes, beautifully illustrated with full-color photography.
These delicious recipes use only Ekadashi prescribed ingredients, letting readers create wholesome meals that will get them closer to their spiritual self, cleanse their body and even aid in weight loss.
The efficacy of the Ekadashi fast is further enhanced by carrying out spiritual activities such as chanting or reading about Krishna’s pastimes.
These receipies are grain-free, gluten-free and vegetarian…everyone can use this cookbook regularly, not just on Ekadasi but for learning different receipies .
what is ekadashi -Ekadasi is spiritual day in Hinduism and Jainism that occurs twice in each lunar month and is marked by fasting or partial fasting. The name is the Sanskrit word for the number 11. The lunar month is divided into two 14-day periods, one when the moon waxes (sukla paksha) and one when the moon wanes (krishna paksha). Ekadasi is the eleventh day of each of these lunar phases.
Fasting varies by tradition with some choosing to avoid all food during Ekadasi, while others avoid all beans and grains and anything made from those ingredients.
so this cook book explains cooking food items that are non-grain.