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Uplifting Vegan Festivals from Around the World, Part 3 of 3

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Uplifting Vegan Festivals from Around the World, Part 3 of 3

Today, we tour vegan festivals across four Asian countries: Korea, Thailand, Singapore and Indonesia. Our first stop is the 7th Vegan Festival in Seoul, Korea. The event’s theme was “World Vegan, World Peace” and our Supreme Master Ching Hai International Association members in Korea also participated with prominent banners that promoted Supreme Master Television. Master’s book “From Crisis to Pea
Veganisme: Cara Hidup Mulia
2021-01-19   122 Tontonan
Veganisme: Cara Hidup Mulia
2021-01-19

Homemade Vegan Dog Food Cooking on Eat Move Rest With Vegans Erin and Dusty Stanczyk

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Homemade Vegan Dog Food Cooking on Eat Move Rest With Vegans Erin and Dusty Stanczyk

Welcome to today’s show, “Homemade Vegan Dog Food Cooking on Eat Move Rest With Vegans Erin and Dusty Stanczyk.” Inspired by Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn, at age 25 and 26, Erin and Dusty opted for a vegetarian diet. Today, the vibrant and joyful couple, Erin and Dusty, will show us that cooking homemade vegan dog food can be easy and fun. “We’ve got another nutritious and delicious recipe for you guys
Veganisme: Cara Hidup Mulia
2021-01-17   152 Tontonan
Veganisme: Cara Hidup Mulia
2021-01-17

Uplifting Vegan Festivals from Around the World, Part 2 of 3

00:15:06

Uplifting Vegan Festivals from Around the World, Part 2 of 3

Brooklyn, rich in culture, is the real gem of New York’s five boroughs from its unique culture to the food and arts scene with more than 700 arts and cultural institutions. Omowale Adewale is the founder and organizer of Black Vegfest, and he created this event as a hub for vegan food, health-focused workshops, and lectures that span intersectional topics related to African-American culture, vegan
Veganisme: Cara Hidup Mulia
2021-01-12   356 Tontonan
Veganisme: Cara Hidup Mulia
2021-01-12

Beneficial Whole Food Vegan Meals from Dr. Angie Sadeghi on Jane Unchained, Part 2 of 2 - Pita Pizza Topped with Hummus & Overnight Oatmeal

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Beneficial Whole Food Vegan Meals from Dr. Angie Sadeghi on Jane Unchained, Part 2 of 2 - Pita Pizza Topped with Hummus & Overnight Oatmeal

Now, let’s watch how to make tasty Pita Pizza Topped with Hummus. “Over here, we’ve got pita bread. What are we going to call this dish?” “It’s like a pita pizza but there’s no cheese. And it’s whole wheat. I made pizzas at home and topped the pizza with hummus instead of cheese. When you bake it, it actually does taste kind of cheesy.” “This is such a good idea. Actually, this is my first time using hummus as cheese.” “Let me just put some basil on this.” “And these are the roasted red peppers in water. And you want to be careful; you don’t want to get the roasted red peppers in oil. And Angie is just going to make some little strips. Put a little fresh tomato on here.” “I’m going to do the Hollywood pinch, ready? That makes it look so pretty. Here’s some black pepper. We’re going to put this in the oven.” “Lisa, do you think that people who eat a truly whole food plant-based diet should they portion control their food?” “I don’t think you need to. Dr. Neal Barnard says that there is no portion control with this (21-day Vegan Kickstart) plan. There’s a ton of fiber in all this food. You're going to be full before you can overeat.” “My favorite breakfast in the world is oatmeal with fruit. So, that’s what I eat almost every single day.” “The night before, I take a little bowl or a jar, and I put oatmeal, plus I add soy milk. And then I put some chia seeds in it, so it kind of makes it a little thick.” “ It makes it gel.” “I put some flaxseed oil and hemp seeds. And that is my power breakfast every morning.” “Oatmeal is again full of fiber. Basically it regulates your blood sugar, and gives you a lot of fiber.”
Veganisme: Cara Hidup Mulia
2021-01-10   148 Tontonan
Veganisme: Cara Hidup Mulia
2021-01-10

Uplifting Vegan Festivals from Around the World, Part 1 of 3

00:11:47

Uplifting Vegan Festivals from Around the World, Part 1 of 3

As veganism goes mainstream, and the vegan population grows exponentially worldwide, vegan festivals are also becoming more popular. Oahu is the most visited of all the Hawaiian Islands, with nearly 4.7 million visitors annually. Oahu is not only a desired tourist destination, but also a paradise for plant-based foodies. VegFest Oahu is a celebration of island-style plant-based and sustainable liv
Veganisme: Cara Hidup Mulia
2021-01-05   256 Tontonan
Veganisme: Cara Hidup Mulia
2021-01-05

Beneficial Whole Food Vegan Meals from Dr. Angie Sadeghi on Jane Unchained, Part 1 of 2 - Rainbow Salad & Almond Yogurt Parfait

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Beneficial Whole Food Vegan Meals from Dr. Angie Sadeghi on Jane Unchained, Part 1 of 2 - Rainbow Salad & Almond Yogurt Parfait

The channel, “Jane Unchained,” promotes a compassionate vegan lifestyle, raising awareness of animal rights, and has attracted more than one million followers on Facebook and Twitter. We are so delighted that Jane Unchained provided Supreme Master Television with this informative cooking demonstration from the “21-DAY VEGAN KICKSTART,” an incentive program launched by the Physicians Committee for
Veganisme: Cara Hidup Mulia
2021-01-03   199 Tontonan
Veganisme: Cara Hidup Mulia
2021-01-03

Ushering in the New Year with Homemade Orange Flavored Vegan Chocolate Truffles

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Ushering in the New Year with Homemade Orange Flavored Vegan Chocolate Truffles

New Year’s Day is one of the most celebrated public holidays in the world. Today we will show you how you can make your own vegan chocolate truffles to share with friends and family as an expression of your love during this festive occasion. Let’s begin by watching how the chocolate truffle mixture with orange zest is made. Fill a quarter of the pot with water. Turn on the fire. While waiting for
Veganisme: Cara Hidup Mulia
2020-12-27   215 Tontonan
Veganisme: Cara Hidup Mulia
2020-12-27

The Vegan Wedding Trend: Tying the Knot with Compassion for All Beings, Part 2 of 2

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The Vegan Wedding Trend: Tying the Knot with Compassion for All Beings, Part 2 of 2

Today, we highlight the vegan wedding of Nguyễn Minh Quang and Trần Phương Thảo in Âu Lạc, also known as Vietnam, and hear from the guests at the vegan wedding of Wu Zhi-Hui and T. Celestine, whose nuptials we covered last week. Quang and Thảo are aware of the negative impacts of animal consumption including environmental destruction, climate change acceleration and serious health issues. They hav
Veganisme: Cara Hidup Mulia
2020-12-22   436 Tontonan
Veganisme: Cara Hidup Mulia
2020-12-22

The Vegan Wedding Trend: Tying the Knot with Compassion for All Beings, Part 1 of 2

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The Vegan Wedding Trend: Tying the Knot with Compassion for All Beings, Part 1 of 2

A wedding is one of the most important, sacred and blissful moments to start a new and happy family in a couple’s life. Therefore, in order to receive blessings for this special occasion, we should avoid slaughtering animals to celebrate the wedding. A vegan wedding not only brings benediction to the bride and groom, but also helps guests find harmony and compassion in their hearts through flavorf
Veganisme: Cara Hidup Mulia
2020-12-15   410 Tontonan
Veganisme: Cara Hidup Mulia
2020-12-15

Traditional Japanese Vegan Cuisine, Part 2 of 2 – Vegetable Tempura and Zaru Udon

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Traditional Japanese Vegan Cuisine, Part 2 of 2 – Vegetable Tempura and Zaru Udon

Today, we are pleased to have Ms. Chikako back on our show with another two traditional Japanese dishes, Vegetable Tempura and Zaru Udon. "Tempura is said to be one of the four popular dishes in the Edo (period), and it is a traditional dish that even people living alone can readily enjoy. OK, I’d like first to introduce the ingredients. They are: Carrot, burdock root, sweet potato, lotus root, ch
Veganisme: Cara Hidup Mulia
2020-12-13   687 Tontonan
Veganisme: Cara Hidup Mulia
2020-12-13

Traditional Japanese Vegan Cuisine, Part 1 of 2 – Boiled Rice with Mixed Vegetables, Grilled Eggplant with Natto Sauce & Tangle Kelp Soup

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Traditional Japanese Vegan Cuisine, Part 1 of 2 – Boiled Rice with Mixed Vegetables, Grilled Eggplant with Natto Sauce & Tangle Kelp Soup

Today, we are delighted to have Ms. Chikako show us how to prepare a 3-course traditional Japanese vegan meal for one. These wonderful, healthy, and delicious dishes are “Boiled Rice with Mixed Vegetables,” “Grilled Eggplant topped with Natto Sauce,” and “Tororo Kombu Soup.” Let’s make “Boiled Rice with Mixed Vegetables!” The ingredients are carrots, burdock root, maitake mushrooms, fried tofu, gr
Veganisme: Cara Hidup Mulia
2020-12-06   449 Tontonan
Veganisme: Cara Hidup Mulia
2020-12-06

African American Veganism: Going Back to Their Roots

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African American Veganism: Going Back to Their Roots

Historically, the diet of the ancestors of African Americans, was largely plant-based. This way of life was truly at one with nature as African’s lived in regions that were abundant with food that could be collected for their needs. Tadzoka Pswarayi, an International Development Consultant, and social and tech entrepreneur, explains this concept very well in her article entitled: “African vegans are a return to tradition,” where she shared her insightful opinion on how the diet of African Americans has changed since its origins in Africa. “Before farming started, Africans were known to be hunters and gatherers (the foundation of the paleo diet.) They would gather leaves, roots, tubers, corns, rhizomes, bulbs, seeds, buds, shoots, stems, pods or edible flowers. Nowadays, most African societies are carnatic (centered on meat) and meat features daily in the diets of most middle-class African families. But this culture is colonial. Until about five centuries ago, Africa remained mainly dependent on traditional food.” Famous African American vegan advocate, Louis Hunter. Mr. Hunter was in a very difficult situation, which led him to meeting Sarah and Dan Woodcock, who introduced him to veganism, and eventually helped him open the very first black-owned vegan restaurant called “Trio” in Minneapolis, USA. On the morning of May 31, Mr. Hunter fed more than 300 vegan meals, with love and compassion, to the peaceful protestors in the streets, many of whom had supported him during his difficult time. Mr. Hunter’s greatest ambition is to see people live healthier, happier lives and he believes the vegan diet can do that. The African American public health nutritionist and author Tracey McQuirter, who has been a vegan for 33 years, used her insights and knowledge, and created the “African American Vegan Starter Guide,” to share for free with the whole world, what a vegan diet can do for all of us. This guide is specifically for the African Americans, based on their cultural cuisines, however, it can be enjoyed by anyone, as the recipes and guidelines are a wealth of information for all. As our beloved Supreme Master Ching Hai once shared in the lecture, “We create everything that we want, if we live but in accordance with the law of the universe. Such is the power of just being vegan. Because that means we spare life, we want life, we want constructive energy, we don’t want destruction. So, vegan is the answer. This is something all Africans, and all citizens of the world can do. Be vegan. Be a world-saver.”
Veganisme: Cara Hidup Mulia
2020-11-24   233 Tontonan
Veganisme: Cara Hidup Mulia
2020-11-24

The Kind Bowl Vegan Café’s Singaporean Fusion Cuisine, Part 2 of 2 – Fragrant Herbal Rice & Delightful Vegan Chocolate Mousse

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The Kind Bowl Vegan Café’s Singaporean Fusion Cuisine, Part 2 of 2 – Fragrant Herbal Rice & Delightful Vegan Chocolate Mousse

Chef Jessica Nguyễn, the owner of The Kind Bowl, opened the vegan café in June 2020 in Singapore to fulfill her passion for sharing quality plant-based foods with the world. Her mission is to raise awareness amongst the public of their social and environmental responsibilities to “Go Green” to reduce their carbon footprints for a sustainable world. Today, she will show us two more fascinating vegan fusion dishes. “The first recipe that I’ll be sharing is Fragrant Herbal Rice.” “First, chop all the herbs finely, and add olive oil in a mixing bowl and set it aside. Now, let’s toast the vegan fish or vegan ham until golden brown.” “You do not need to stir it; just let the vegan fish cook slowly until golden brown. Now, we mix all the ingredients together with the rice in the big bowl.” “After mixing the rice with all the ingredients, we will add the roasted pine nuts into the rice, and we just give it a mix. And that’s it.” “We will now prepare some delightful chocolate mousse. This delectable vegan dessert is an all-time favorite of people of all ages. Here’s where East meets West as we combine chocolate with coconut - a tropical fruit commonly found on Southeast Asia’s islands.” “Now, we’ll add the coconut cream into the mixing bowl, and we add the cocoa powder, sugar, syrup and mix the cream until it’s smooth. Whip it until it forms a mousse-like texture. Keep it chilled inside the fridge. Now, we crush the walnuts. Set aside the walnuts. (Next), we melt the chocolate over the boiling water. Let’s assemble the chocolate mousse cups. We’ll add a layer of crushed walnuts, and another layer will be the coconut cream and the last layer; we add the melted chocolate. And lastly, we use the rose petals as a topping. We put it in the fridge for 20 minutes for the best taste. Our delightful (vegan) chocolate mousse is now ready.”
Veganisme: Cara Hidup Mulia
2020-11-22   239 Tontonan
Veganisme: Cara Hidup Mulia
2020-11-22

Going Vegan - The Only Pandemic-Free Diet - in 21 Days, Part 2 of 2

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Going Vegan - The Only Pandemic-Free Diet - in 21 Days, Part 2 of 2

“Let food be thy medicine, and let medicine be thy food” is an adage famously spoken by Hippocrates, the Greek physician. Hippocrates is known as the “Father of Medicine.” It’s not surprising then, that the incredible healing properties of living a whole-food plant-based lifestyle can be seen in those who follow Dr. Neal Barnard’s 21-Day Vegan Kickstart program. He is a Shining World Compassion Award recipient. Whole foods are plant foods that are unprocessed and unrefined, or processed and refined as little as possible, before being cooked. Examples of whole foods include whole grains, tubers, legumes, fruits, nuts, and vegetables. Also, most people enjoy familiar flavors and taste experiences. So, it is a bonus to realize that being vegan does not mean any sacrifice in taste. With Heaven’s blessing, nowadays there are vegan versions of everything - from meatless bacon, pulled “pork” jackfruit, plant-based jerky, mock lobster, vegan eggs, vegan burgers, vegan chicken strips, vegan sausages, vegan hotdogs, konjac seafood, … you name it, there’s a delectable vegan version, not to mention the multitude of vegan dairy-replacement options. Supreme Master Ching Hai explained during The Real Love in 2011: “You see, eating animal flesh, meaning we are decreasing our love in our being, from our structure, holy structure. We are born from God, we were holy, we were true humans, we were true children of God. But if we eat the animals, then the mixing of blood types and genetic code between humans and animals makes us lose our status as the crown of creation, as true humans. As pure humans, the children of God, we are under direct connection with the Light, with the mighty Master power of the commanding center of the universe. We have absolute command over all under Heaven, because we were pure, and we’re children of God.” With all the research work done, it’s now time to take action. First of all, you want to clean out your refrigerator. Throw away any animal products like meat, eggs, dairy, honey, and any condiments that have animal products. Next, fill it with health-friendly foods like fresh legumes, vegetables, fruits, some meat and dairy alternatives, and so on. Make a trip to your local fruiterer or farmers market for the freshest and healthiest supplies!
Veganisme: Cara Hidup Mulia
2020-11-17   350 Tontonan
Veganisme: Cara Hidup Mulia
2020-11-17

The Kind Bowl Vegan Café’s Singaporean Fusion Cuisine, Part 1 of 2 – Fried Banana Blossoms and Vegan Krab Rice Noodles

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The Kind Bowl Vegan Café’s Singaporean Fusion Cuisine, Part 1 of 2 – Fried Banana Blossoms and Vegan Krab Rice Noodles

Chef Hannah Nguyen, the owner of The Kind Bowl, opened the vegan café in June 2020 in Singapore to fulfill her passion for sharing quality plant-based foods with the world. Today, we are pleased to have Chef Hannah share with us some fun and exciting vegan fusion recipes. “The first dish is Fried Banana Blossoms, which is very similar to the traditional vegan fried fish fillet, only healthier.” “In a medium bowl, combine the seasonings and let the banana blossoms soak for two hours in the seasoning mixture. The ingredients are: 250 grams of banana blossoms (canned), one tablespoon of table salt, one tablespoon of mushroom seasoning, one teaspoon of pepper, one teaspoon of oregano, one tablespoon of lemon juice, half-liter of water [at] room temperature, and one standard square sheet of seaweed (Nori).” “For the dill dressing recipe, we have: one cup of vegan mayonnaise, one teaspoon of freshly squeezed lemon juice, four teaspoons of fresh dill, a quarter teaspoon of sea salt, a quarter teaspoon of black pepper, and lastly, one green parsley finely chopped. To make the dill dressing, place all ingredients in a small bowl and whisk to combine.” “Combine all the ingredients for the flour mixture into another bowl and stir it evenly. For the flour mixture, we have: half teaspoon of turmeric powder, 175 grams of (vegan) tempura mixed flour, one teaspoon of salt, one teaspoon of mushroom seasoning, and one teaspoon of chili powder, and lastly, 333 grams of cold water. Now coat the banana blossoms with the flour mixture. Then fry the blossoms on medium heat and then high heat until golden brown and crispy. The first dish is now complete.” “Beautiful viewers, the next dish that we are going to present is Vegan Krab Noodles, an iconic and enjoyable dish to Singaporeans.” “In a large pot filled with two liters of water, add the apples, pears, daikon radish, jicama, and simmer on low heat for at least one hour. When the broth is ready, discard the fruits.” “Heat up the frying pan and add the olive oil and chili padi and sliced ginger. Then fry the chili and the sliced ginger until a golden color. Once the sliced ginger and chili padi are golden, add the tomatoes, and fry the tomatoes and let it simmer for about five minutes. After the tomatoes have been cooked for about five minutes, we’ll add the pineapples in and the mushrooms, and we just let the ingredients cook on medium heat and simmer for about 10 to 15 minutes.”
Veganisme: Cara Hidup Mulia
2020-11-15   1157 Tontonan
Veganisme: Cara Hidup Mulia
2020-11-15

Going Vegan - The Only Pandemic-Free Diet - in 21 Days, Part 1 of 2

00:14:36

Going Vegan - The Only Pandemic-Free Diet - in 21 Days, Part 1 of 2

On today’s episode, we’ll show you how easy it is to become vegan within 21 days using “the 21-day Vegan Kickstart program”. Why 21 days? Twenty-one days is all it takes to create a new habit – or drop an old one! To change a habit, such as eating meat, fish, eggs, or dairy, the Benevolent Supreme Master Ching Hai has given the following sage advice: “Any habit you can break in twenty-one days. So you know why Shakyamuni Buddha went to sit under the bodhi tree for forty-nine days. He just made sure. Jesus also went to the desert, for forty-nine days. Why forty-nine days? Seven-seven or seven-three. Remember God made the World in seven days?” The 21-day Vegan Kickstart program was masterminded by Dr. Neal Barnard, one of the leading health advocates in the United States and President of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM). “In this program, what I’d like to show you is how you can get foods working for you, and I’ll also show you an easy 3-week immersion program that we call the Kickstart. Just give healthy foods a try right now. Let’s kickstart your weight loss, kickstart your health. We can conquer those less than healthy habits. Your body really can heal.” The old adage that “we are what we eat” is true. You can immediately tell the difference if you stay on a healthy wholesome plant-based diet and stay away from animal products for a few days. Thus, having “meat” from a dead body can turn your own body into a piece of dead meat sooner than you think. A study of the 21-day Vegan Kickstart program was conducted on healthy people in 2017, when Joanne Evans made a presentation to colleagues at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, about the health benefits of adopting a vegan diet. Nineteen nurses joined the study, eager to testify to science. After being on the plant-based diet for 21 days, 86% of participants lost weight and had an average drop of 24 points in cholesterol with 8 participants dropping 31 to 59 points in the 3 weeks. This study was published in the March 2017 issue of the American Journal of Nursing.
Veganisme: Cara Hidup Mulia
2020-11-10   825 Tontonan
Veganisme: Cara Hidup Mulia
2020-11-10

Traditional Indonesian Savory Snack: Crispy Fried Vegan Pastel

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Traditional Indonesian Savory Snack: Crispy Fried Vegan Pastel

Welcome to today’s show, where we will show you how to make a traditional Indonesian snack, crispy fried pastel. Pastel is a delicious savory snack that is sold by street vendors and in markets throughout Indonesia. It consists of a thin pie crust filled with vegetables and then deep-fried. “Today, I invite all of you to join me in making one of Indonesia’s favorite snacks called pastel. When making pastels, we will go through two processes. The first is making the outer dough, and the second process is making the filling.” “We will dice the potato into small pieces like cubes. Next, we are going to cut the carrot.” “Next, we’re going to cut the celery.” “The ingredients for the filling are ready now. We will then make the dough for the skin. First we will use 500 grams of flour. Then we will put 100 grams of (vegan) margarine. Next, we will also add one teaspoon of salt. After that, we’ll add water a little at a time while stirring. We’ll keep kneading it until it becomes a smooth paste, and there’s no leftover flour.” “Then we leave it. We cover it with a cloth. While waiting, we will make the filling. Next, we’re going to cook all of these together.” “We’ve already let our dough rest for 20 minutes; it has become bigger like this.” “And then we divide it into several portions. We are going to shape it into a round ball. We flatten it more or less like this and then we fill it.” “First, we fold it like this, and we seal the edges tightly. Then from one end, we crimp the edges like a rainbow.” “I will put oil in the pan. We pour the oil to fill half of the pan. OK. We can turn on the fire.“ “We will now put one into the oil, and it starts frying, then we can put some more. We leave them, but we also can’t let them stick together. So we need to separate them and then let them continue frying. And we can reduce the fire when it looks slightly golden brown like this, then we can try to flip it.” “Tadaa! This is one of our very delicious Indonesian snacks, pastels. Thank you for watching.”
Veganisme: Cara Hidup Mulia
2020-10-28   467 Tontonan
Veganisme: Cara Hidup Mulia
2020-10-28
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