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Topic: Prasadam, see also Spiritual food

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Savory Chickpeas in Tomato Glaze: out of this world. In this material world, all living beings are part of a food chain; one is food for another. Of all the links in that chain, humans uniquely have the developed consciousness required to question life's purpose, explore life's spiritual dimension, make educated moral and ethical choices, conduct research into the existence of a Supreme Being,...
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My spiritual master, Srila Prabhupada, would always close his letters to his disciples with the phrase “Hoping this meets you in good health….” Of course, everyone wishes good health to those they love. But what actually constitutes good health? There are many different opinions. For years Americans have heard that a balanced diet must include meat. The National Academy of Sciences has long...
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I have never published a blog about mushrooms, but I am asked about them constantly. Since the Hare Krishna diet appears to be almost identical with many classic Buddhist vegetarian diets where mushrooms are used profusely, people usually presume that mushrooms would be acceptable. And why are there no mushroom recipes in my books? The reason is that in the ancient culinary bhakti-yoga tradition...