Buddhist’s feast

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I’m gonna keep this simple, as Buddhists do…
Sometimes it’s nice to make some rice and whack a bunch of veggies on a plate and pretend you are a buddhist.

On our Buddha plate was:

Cooked brown and black rice with kale stirred through (the freshly cooked rice steams it nicely)
Kidney beans
Boiled pumpkin
Fresh red capsicum/pepper slices
Avocado chunks
Lightly sautéed/steamed purple onion, garlic, cabbage, broccoli and mushroom slices (sautéed/steamed in a tiny bit of water, a bit of sesame oil, Tamari(soy) sauce and a drop or two of apple cider vinegar
Sprouted buckwheat grouts
Dulse (seaweed) flakes
Paprika
Cracked pepper
Extra Tamari and sesame oil.

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Not healthy or amazing or colourful at ALL…

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How Ali felt afterwards. Satisfied. Zen.

•••

“what the industry figured out, and this was a real revolution, is that you don’t need healthy animals to make a profit. Sick animals are more profitable. The animals have paid the price for our desire to have everything available at all times for very little money.”-Frank Reese ‘the last real poultry farmer’

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