Thursday, October 27, 2016

Vegan Sweets For Diwali

Diwali - Hindus biggest festival is all about Love,  Non-Violence, Family, Friends and Food. Thanks to growing vegan concept in India, these days you can get "vegan sweets" in many stores!

Terra Earth Food has vegan sweets in Chennai. Here is the link ,

You can also make yummy Vegan Indian sweets without ghee, butter and milk. I'm planning to make vegan almond burfi, carrot halwa , and Kaju Katli for Diwali. The blogs - Vegan Richa , Manjula's Kitchen and Holy Cow are filled with many delicious vegan Indian sweet recipes...

Saturday, October 15, 2016

Date and Almond Shake - Vegan Drink for Kids and Adults

These days it is cold in the morning, and I want to give some warm breakfast for my son before he goes to school. From past few days, I'm making "Date and Almond Shake". I folow Dr. Vasant Lad's recipe, but I replace milk with water.  Here is the recipe...

I soak few almonds and dates in the night. In the morning, I blend it with some water. I add this dates and almond paste to boiling water. In few minutes,  my son relishes nutritious dates and almond shake.  It is really so easy to make in the morning, and I hope you make it for your family...

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Vegan Tomato Omlette - Chickpea flour Pancakes

Indian omlette (Chickpea flour omlette) taste so much like "Regular Omlette". I'm always looking for interesting vegan omlette recipes. Today, I relished awesome Tomato omlette from my favorite blog - saffron trail.

Chickpea flour (Garbanzo flour) omlettes are really so easy to make.  I like to eat them with spicy chutney or tomato sauce. Here are some good vegan omlette recipes...





Sunday, October 2, 2016

October 2 is International Day of Non-Violence

More than a century ago, Mahatma Gandhiji - Greatest leader of India, was born on October 2, 1869. Mahatma Gandhi used Non-Violence to bring freedom to India. Today, millions of people across the world consider Gandhi as their role model. Our world will be in peace and harmony if we try to follow Gandhiji ideas and way of life.

Mahatma Gandhiji led a very simple life. He ate simple, but nutritious food every day. Brown rice along with lentil stew was his staple food. Gandhiji was disgusted with the idea of consuming animal products such as milk. Gandhiji took a vow not to consume cow's milk after he came to know about the cruel procedure - Phooka or Doom dev

Gandhiji had great respect for cows and all other animals. Gandhiji says, "Cow protection to me is not mere protection of the cow. It means protection of that lives and is helpless and weak in the world."

Nearly two decades ago, when I was reading the book - My Experiments With Truth , by Mahatma Gandhiji, I came across a profound sentence. The SENTENCE “To my mind, the life of a lamb is no less precious than that of a human being.” changed my life. I became a vegetarian while reading this amazing book...

To know more about Mahatma Gandhiji - greatest icon in history of mankind,  please visit...