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A basic how-to for the process of transforming edible matter into edible spirit.

"Artificial 'counseling' for the spiritually blind so that they can rush headlong toward death with a ludicrous 'inner peace' is not the solution to the problem of evil."

How about vegetarianism? Veganism? Lacto-vegetarianism? Raw food-ism? Juice fasting? Should we just do whatever feels good?

Festivals honoring the founder of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness.

A handy FAQ, confirming that the most important element in preparing, serving and offering food is to act with love for Krishna.

People often ask this world-famous chef, "Why don't you eat garlic and onions?" Here's his short answer.

"Watching mother cow and father bull become man’s meat—horrible as it was—left no doubt about the connection between slaughter(houses) and war."

Advocates of doctor-assisted suicide say its purpose is to end the pain that often comes with diseases like terminal cancer. But does it really end the pain?

"Krishna" is the ultimate source of all energies. "Hare" means Krishna's energies. So, when you say "Hare Krishna," you've said everything.

When we set out to use others as instruments for our own enjoyment, we change them into objects. In the process, we depersonalize ourselves.

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