We promote a diet based on “primordial foods“, as it was done in ancient times.

We rediscover ancient ways of nutrition that were successfully used for thousands of years.

This differs completely from modern, theorized diet fads, such as “paleo”, “vegan”, “gluten-free” and other made-up, californiesque trends.

Traditional Ancient Cooking

Our culinary culture is based upon proven traditions laid out in scriptures such as the Paka Shastra (ancient Hindu Science of Cooking) and Supa Shastra, as well as other ancient culinary traditions.

A lot of the best stuff has been forgotten over the centuries. We put it all back together, with the aim to reconstitute the ultimate Ancient Elite Lifestyle.


Ayurvedic Foods


Indian Healing Soups


Kanji (Porridge) Recipes


Elite Antique Foods

Medicinal Desserts


High-Prana Foods of Indomalaya


Healing Snacks

Ayurvedic laddu


Ayurvedic Drinks

  • Sappanwood – Used to cleanse the blood. It is also excellent for the skin and removes fine wrinkles. can greatly prevent tooth decay. Hhas a protective effect on the brain and is excellent for treating wounds
  • Tulsi – “The incomparable one”. An incredible herb known to help with all sorts of respiratory conditions such as viruses, coughs, bronchitis – even pneumonia.In Ayurveda, it’s considered one of the most sacred plants that can be incorporated into almost any form of medicine. Almost all the constitutions will benefit from tulsi. There are even mantras that are used while picking the tulsi to give thanks to Tulsi Devi, or Goddess Tulsi.
  • Ashitaba

Juices (swarasa)

  • Amla Juice
  • Aloe Vera juice
  • Wintermelon juice

Milk-based Drinks

  • Buttermilk
  • Chai Masala
  • Thandai – prepared with a mixture of almonds, fennel seeds, watermelon kernels, rose petals, pepper, poppy seeds, cardamom, saffron, milk and sugar. Often associated with Maha Shivaratri.
  • Traditional summer drinks of India
  • Jigarthanda

Ayurvedic Desserts

  • Idli
  • List of Coconut dishes
  • Black Sesame soup
  • Avil Milk – Made with aval which is essentially poha or beaten rice flakes, along with ripe bananas, milk of any kind, and nuts. It can be used as a breakfast smoothie or as a dessert.
  • Kambu Koozh – This high-protein porridge/drink of South India made of millets. Kambu Koozh is served as a thick porridge or a loose beverage. It is one of the cheapest dishes available. Customisation is the best part of koozh. It can be served with buttermilk, onion, chillies or any items of choice. The dish is mentioned in Sangam literature, the earliest piece of writing in Tamil, as a healthy breakfast option. It became the regular food of the working class in Tamil Nadu because of the high protein content and low price.
  • Laddu
  • Amla Murabba
  • Sweets of South Asia
  • List of Indian Desserts


Indonesian Elite Foods

  • Nasi Goreng Suna Cekuh: the real nasi goreng: fried rice with turmeric, that is fried with butter (ideally ghee) instead of seed oil, and Galanga as the main flavoring agent (together with garlic). This is apparently an ancient recipe dating from the time of the Hindu-Javanese kingdoms.The original recipe was probably using Javanese Long Pepper, or Cabe Jawa (a medicinal cousin of the Indian pippali), instead of chili.
  • Nasi Ulam – Dish of steamed rice with various herbs and vegetables (ulam).` The herbs used are mostly the leaves of Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica), a powerful brain power herb
  • Base Genep: the Balinese ‘Complete Spice’
  • See our page of real Indonesian cuisine

Indonesian Medicinal Snacks

  • Emping – Indonesian chips made of the nutritious Melinjo seeds
  • Krupuk Pegagan – Indonesian chips made of Gotu Kola, a powerful brain power leaf. A specialty of Lombok

Persian Elite Foods

  • Baghala Ghatogh is a spectacular vegetarian dish from Iran, made from lima beans, egg, garlic, and dill & usually served with rice or bread & pickles

World’s Elite Foods

  • Khachapuri
  • Za’atar – A medicinal and culinary herbal spread made with Thyme, Roasted Sesame seeds, Sumac and Olive oil. Strengthens your immune system, improves your skin and builds strong bones. Overall, it gives you more energy, improves your mood and memory (it has nootropic effects). It is a medhya (brain-enhancer) food in Ayurveda.
  • Green Goddess Hummus – with Ayurvedic ghee, coriander, basil and avocado

Indian Culinary Scriptures


Ancient Cooking Books

  • Delights from the Garden of Eden: A Cookbook and a History of the Iraqi Cuisine – Offers more than 400 recipes from the distant past
  • Cooking in Ancient Civilizations (Cathy Kaufman)
  • Classic Malabar Recipes – Culinary Treasures (Moosa, Faiza)
  • Grains, Greens, and Grated Coconuts
  • Scents and Flavors – A Syrian Cookbook (Charles Perry)