” The place where the two seas meet is the locus …
where the dead fish becomes alive, …
where spiritual teachings become a living substance
…. that nourishes the wayfarer.
When we meet our teacher, when we meet our path, this is
what happens; ….
something becomes alive within our hearts and soul:
we become nourished not by spiritual texts or teaching,
…. but by direct transmission.
The spiritual journey is a way to live with this spiritual substance,
… to be burned by its fire, … to be consumed by its love. ”
I believe that listing the quantity of ingredients doesn’t really makes sense with Indian cooking because what’s more important with Indian cuisines is your personal experience and love for cooking . My cooking recipes are written in a quick and easy format and do not follow the orthodox approach of presentation. Get going ….