#KarmaCommunity Khichdi Fundraiser for City Wide Food Drive, May 6

The Karma - Conscious Café invites you to our #KarmaCommunity Khichdi Fundraiser Night on Friday, May 6 to support the May 7 City Wide Food Drive by the Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre. We will donate 50% of all the proceeds from the khichdi sold to the Food Bank.

The event will be by donation of $6 per bowl. There will be live music to entertain you.

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Conscious Vegetarian Café Inspiring Community Supported Acts of Doing Good

The driving principle behind the Karma - Conscious Cafe & Eatery is the importance of doing good deeds (karma). We believe what goes around comes around. We bring this belief into The Karma everyday. Since we have an opportunity to nourish people, we want to take it a step further by giving back in form of charity and donations from everything we sell. The Karma will be contributing 3% of our revenues through purchase and donations to the Food Bank over the next 3 months.

The Saskatoon Food Bank and Learning Centre has a vision of a food secure community where all people have access to safe, affordable, and nutritious food. To address the underlying issues contributing to hunger and poverty in our community the Learning Centre operates various learning, self-help and life skills programs that are supportive of learning needs and aspirations within a family oriented, empowering and self-directed environment.

On the Menu

Khichdi

Khichdi is a staple of Ayurvedic diet, an ancient healing tradition of India. The basic ingredients of khichdi are rice and lentils.

 

Packed with nutrition

Khichdi is a wholesome meal that has the perfect balance of nutrients. The combination of rice, lentils and ghee provides you with carbohydrates, proteins, dietary fibre, Vitamin C, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus and potassium. Many people also add vegetables to it enhance its nutritional value.

Easy to digest

Khichdi soothes the stomach and the intestines, making it the perfect meal for when you're sick, but also a good change from food that is loaded with spices. It is also a healthy option for babies and elderly people, since it is both soft and nutritious.

Tridoshic food Khichdi is a staple food of the Ayurvedic diet, as it has the ability to balance all the three doshas - Vatta, Pitta and Kapha, making it a tridoshic food. Apart from calming the body and detoxifying it, the ingredients in khichdi also have the perfect balance of the basic elements required to improve energy, immunity and digestion.

Gluten-free & Vegan

People who are avoiding gluten either out of choice or necessity can safely eat khichdi, since rice doesn't contain gluten.