Buddhist’s feast


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
Cracked pepper
Extra Tamari and sesame oil.


Not healthy or amazing or colourful at ALL…

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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