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All About Ghee

Ghee – An Ayurvedic Perspective

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(from http://www.amritaveda.com/learning/articles/ghee.asp)

"The milk of cows is considered to possess the essence or sap of all plants
and Ghee is the essence of milk... When we consider Ghee we are in the company of superlatives.

Grana Padano

grana padano:

If you live in the UK or Europe, then you can order some non-animal rennet vegetarian grana padano cheese from here...

Fast Food

So you reckon you're a fast chapati, poorie or paratha roller?

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Watch this...

Death my Grammar

death my grammar:

Help for a devotee urgently needed

The front and back covers of the book Salted Bread,a book written about the persecution of the early Russian devotees at the hands of the KGB. The title refers not only to the prison camp diet, but also to the material from which they made their chanting beads!

Kurma Cooking DVD sets Special Offer - Last Days of Sale!

My 20-hour, 11-disc Cookery DVD Collection is on special for just $60 for the month of February. This is inclusive of postage and handling, anywhere in Australia. Hurry since stocks are limited!!!

Respond to this post now to take advantage of the great offer! Please note that this offer is only for those residing in Australia.

The Difference between a Kitten and a Pig

Thirty-eight years ago I became a vegetarian. In all this time I have not eaten any dead animals, and I’ve avoided any food ingredients derived from animal body parts. No cows, sheep, pigs; no fish, no chicken – and, specially here in London, no jellied eels. Are you impressed?

The Difference between a Kitten and a Pig

Thirty-eight years ago I became a vegetarian. In all this time I have not eaten any dead animals, and I’ve avoided any food ingredients derived from animal body parts. No cows, sheep, pigs; no fish, no chicken – and, specially here in London, no jellied eels. Are you impressed?

No Eggs for You

Mr Egg:

Haluk Yýlmaz writes:

"I need know why you don't eat eggs".

My answer:

"Well firstly, devotees of Krishna only eat foods that are offerable to God. Eggs cannot be offered to Krishna, along with meat and fish.

Why is this? Well, eggs are a form of flesh and blood - being either embryonic in nature or part of the chicken's menstrual period. Menses can be considered dead flesh.

Latest Temple of the Vedic Planetarium: Conception, Design and Progress

The Temple of the Vedic Planetarium is rapidly taking shape in Mayapura, Bengal. Here is the latest film about its conception and progress, and details of the interior. And a well made film too, I thought. My congratulations to all who are making the temple a reality. Its a triumph of sheer determination.

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