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Ayurvedic Health Meals Now Available

 Did you know that half the battle of weight loss is making the decision to change? Well if you are a busy person with little or no time to cook, then you can make a quick meal by simply re-heating...YES it is that easy.  LTF have come out with a new range of Ayurvedic health meals, frozen and available at i-Detox. Best of all, the containers they come in are 100% biodegradable and can be composted too! So you are being kind to the environment. Most importantly you are being kind to yourself by nourishing and strengthening your immune system and preventing dis-ease.

You can choose from a range of organic foods which help heal the gut, but most importantly, these meals are designed with the intention to help you detox your body properly and maintain a healthy lifestyle without compromising on taste and/or quality.

Sometimes, all it takes is a bit of courage to make that decision, so what's stopping you.

Choose from the following;

Prices (regular/VIP) in HKD:

Tri-Doshic Dhal ($74/ $70) Coconut Basmati Rice ($60/ $57) African Chickpea Stew ($115/ $106) Un-Cream Lemongrass Pumpkin Soup ($74/ $70)

Note: To keep freshness, i-Detox only keeps a low stock level.  Please check with them if you would like us to put aside for you to pick up.  (Available items or exact ingredients may change according to season.)




REMEMBER THOSE DAYS OF DAIRY WHEN CHEESE MEANT THE WORLD!!!Well the dairy industry is corrupt and thus most milk products are tainted with hormones and the kind of stuff that wrecks havoc on your body. I'm not saying all dairy, but the majority of it is tainted. In Ayurvedic medicine, dairy is considered sattvic, meaning that it is a great food item for stilling the mind, and adheres to the principles of Sattva (purity).

In Ayurvedic medicine however, the milk is't tainted with growth hormones, and so its use is actually healing to the body and mind. Although some types of milk are still conducive to healing and health, at the LTF home kitchen studio, we've managed to find alternatives for the dairy and cheese cravings. One thing that we've found works great is cashew cheese. It's rich creamy texture gives way to amazing satiation on the taste buds.

Here is a great recipe for the cheese itself.

Vegan Cashew Cheese

Makes 4 cups

1 1/4 cups raw cashews 1/2 cup nutritional yeast (depending on the saltiness, use more or less according to taste) 2 teaspoons sea salt 2 teaspoons garlic powder 1/8 teaspoon chilli powder 1/8 teaspoon white pepper 3 1/2 cups plain unsweetened almond milk 1 cup (about 1 1/2 ounces) agar agar flakes 1/2 cup canola oil 1/4 cup yellow miso 2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice

How to do it:

1) In a Blendtec, ground the cashews (do not allow the cashews to turn into a paste). Next, add the nutritional yeast, garlic powder, salt, chill powder, and white pepper. Pulse 3 more times to blend in the spices.

2) In a saucepan, place the almond milk, agar, and oil and simmer over high heat. Decrease the heat to medium and continue to simmer for 10 minutes, until all the agar is combined with the milk.

3) Keeping the Blentec running, gradually add the almond milk mixture through the feed tube and into the cashew mixture. Blend for 2 minutes, the mixture will be a creamy smooth consistency, once this is achieved, add the miso and lemon juice. Readjust the seasoning if needed.

You can use the cheese as is, or place in the fridge until a harder cheese is formed.

The cheese lasts for 4 days, in the fridge




The latest news of the recent healthy cooking class in the LTF HOME KITCHEN STUDIO located in Hong Kong, West Kowloon. Green Members enjoyed a free class featuring a totally hands-on experience with the Art of making Pho, a Vietnamese traditional soup broth.

The balance of flavours left our members feeling satiated, leaving with the knowledge that they can make this delicious broth in the comfort of their own home.

“LTF cooking classes are unique in the fact that everyone leaves with knowledge about the health benefits of thee dishes being prepared. This is what makes the classes so thorough and sustainable.” says green Member Ivan Lau.

“Mostly, we are geared towards health and healing, and the very notion that food can be medicine is shocking to a lot of people, as they associate food with guilt or over indulgence. Here at Love True Food, we drill the view that all food is medicine and can still be enjoyed by even the less experienced cook. “ says Chef Lakshmi

Try out our range of healthy cooking classes and purchase health products designed to support your lifelong quest for healing.


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