• Phuket Vegetarian Festival 2014, Thailand - Up Close เทศกาลกินเจ

    New Thailand videos every Wednesday. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/darrenb3. Up close at the 2014 Phuket Vegetarian Festival, Thailand. เทศกาลกินเจ The Vegetarian Festival is held annually in Phuket, Krabi and many other parts of Southern Thailand. I filmed this when people from one of the Chinese Temples were getting ready for a parade in Krabi Town. Many types of objects are used in these piercings, I've seen people pierced with beach umbrellas, garden tools, flowers, palm leaves, swords and many other things. Seeing this live gives a fascinating insight into Thai culture and traditions, and you'll certainly remember this part of your Thai holidays. I think it's one of the bloody best things to do in Krabi Thailand. The Vegetarian Festival, also known as the Festival of Nga...

    published: 21 Oct 2014
  • Vegetarian Thai Food: A Guide to Eating Healthy (and Delicious) Thai Food!

    Get your copy of the Vegetarian Thai Food Guide: http://www.eatingthaifood.com/vegetarian-thai-food-guide/ Eating delicious Thai food is the highlight of many people's trips to Thailand, but if you are a vegetarian or vegan, it can be sometimes be difficult to find the right Thai dishes to eat. One of my favorite vegetarian / vegan restaurants in Bangkok is known as Baan Suan Pai, a food court dedicated to eating healthy Thai food. Even though I'm not vegetarian, I love eating vegetarian Thai food here! At Baan Suan Pai vegetarian restaurant in Bangkok, they serve their food food court style - you order you meals and dishes, pay for them, and then find a place to sit. Here's a quick overview of the tasty Thai vegetarian food I ate in this video. 1. Gaeng Phet Fuktong (Vegetarian Thai ...

    published: 13 Feb 2012
  • WHAT I ATE TRAVELLING TO THAILAND | Vegan

    Hi Everyone!! Woohoo, finally on the move to our new home - Thailand! It was a long trip but it was worth it... Here is everything I ate as a label-free vegan whilst travelling! I hope you enjoy.. lots of videos to come! Love and light, Mary xoxo ♢ CONNECT WITH ME ♢ ♡ MY BLOG: www.mantrasandmangos.com (blog posts, vegan themed apparel and loads more) ♡ SUPPORT ME AT: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=898683&ty=h and see what perks I have to offer :) ♡ MY INSTAGRAM: @MantrasAndMangos www.instagram.com/mantrasandmangos ♡ MY EMAIL (business only): marykant_@hotmail.com ♡ MY TUMBLR (for all questions): www.mantrasandmangos.tumblr.com ♡ MY SNAPCHAT: mantrasandmango (no 'S' on the end) ♢HOW MY JOURNEY BEGAN♢ ♡ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TE0CtwI1qkE ♡ My name is Mary and I created this chann...

    published: 17 Feb 2016
  • Vegetarian in Thailand

    A vlog about the Lamai Veggie/Vegan restaurant on the island of koh samui in Thailand. It is just off the main ring road behind the gasoline station next to the daily food market in Lamai. Follow me on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/thegoodfarang/ Music credits go to: https://soundcloud.com/dubmatix https://soundcloud.com/vapour-trail https://soundcloud.com/fai-rynita

    published: 13 Jan 2017
  • Thailand Vegetarian Food Festival (Part 1) - Bangkok 2012 เทศกาลกินเจ

    If you want more delicious vegetarian food, grab a copy of my Vegetarian Thai Food Guide right here: http://www.eatingthaifood.com/vegetarian-thai-food-guide/ And if you prefer meat filled dishes, check out the Eating Thai Food Guide: http://www.eatingthaifood.com/eating-thai-food-guide/ The Thailand Vegetarian Festival (เทศกาลกินเจ) is an annual celebration. The history of the festival dates back to the 1800's when a group of Chinese opera performers were traveling through Thailand. After traveling around the country and performing they eventually made it to southern Thailand in Phuket. This is where they all become sick. After much contemplation and trying figure out just why they had become so ill, they finally decided that it was due to not honoring or showing respect to the Nine Em...

    published: 17 Oct 2012
  • Vegetarian Food in Thailand. Eating Thai Food at a Vegan Restaurant in Thailand Vlog

    New Thailand videos every Wednesday. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/darrenb3. Eating Thai Vegetarian Food at a Vegan Restaurant in Thailand Vlog. This is a Thai restaurant named Hong Ming which is very popular with the locals in Krabi Thailand, selling Thai vegan food. Vegetarian food is popular throughout Thailand. At any Thai vegetarian restaurant in Thailand you’ll find variations of regular authentic Thai food, only cooked with artificial meat and vegetables. The meal in this video cost 120 baht. Suscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/darrenb3 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thailandvideos/ Donate to help me make more videos: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_donations&business=ESL6RHW9ERZ8W&lc=AU&item_name=darrenb3%20Thailand%20Videos¤cy_code=USD&bn=PP%2dDo...

    published: 11 Jun 2016
  • Phuket Vegetarian Festival 2014, Thailand - 2 Crazy Minutes เทศกาลกินเจ

    New Thailand videos every Wednesday. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/darrenb3. 2 crazy minutes at the 2014 Phuket Vegetarian Festival, Thailand. เทศกาลกินเจ I filmed this when people from one of the Chinese Temples were getting ready for a parade in Krabi Town. The festival is held annually in Phuket, Krabi and many other parts of Southern Thailand. Many types of objects are used in these piercings, I've seen people pierced with beach umbrellas, garden tools, flowers, palm leaves, swords and many other things. Seeing this live gives a fascinating insight into Thai culture and traditions, and you'll certainly remember this part of your Thai holidays. I think it's one of the bloody best things to do in Krabi Thailand. The Vegetarian Festival, also known as the Festival of Ngan Kin...

    published: 10 Oct 2014
  • Travelogue - Bangkok Thailand (Vegetarian Food Edition)

    This video will take you through our Bangkok trip 2016: the highlights of our trip, where we ate (vegetarian food), and where we shopped. Comment if you have any questions for us, and we will try our best to answer them! Enjoy the video!! xx ___ Music credits: 1) Santo Rico Santo Rico by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://www.twinmusicom.org/ 2) Venice Beach 3) Happy Alley Happy Alley by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100482 Artist: http://incompetech.com/

    published: 20 Jun 2016
  • Vegetarian Thai Food (& A Little Fake Meat) at Chamlong's Asoke (จำลอง สันติอโศก)

    One of the best places to eat vegetarian Thai food when you're in Bangkok is Chamlong Sandi Asoke (จำลอง สันติอโศก), also known as just Chamlong's Asoke. More details here: http://www.eatingthaifood.com/2011/07/bangkoks-vegetarian-grazing-zone-chamlongs-asoke-all-veg-food-court-at-chatuchak/ If you eat a strict diet of vegetarian of vegan food, traveling in Thailand or living in Bangkok, and eating local food can sometimes be a challenge. Many normal Thai dishes are filled with small amounts of meat, and even if meat isn't actually in the dish, there's often fish sauce or meat broth inside of some dishes - so that just goes to say that it can be a challenge to find good and authentic Thai vegetarian food (more tips in my vegetarian Thai eating guide: http://www.eatingthaifood.com/vegetari...

    published: 22 Jun 2014
  • Vegetarian Thai Food Discussion: Is it easy to be vegetarian in Thailand?

    After two weeks of being vegetarian Mark and Dwight sit down and discuss some common questions from their readers about being vegetarian in Thailand. They discuss the following questions: 1. Is it easy to be a vegetarian in Thailand? 2. As a vegetarian or vegan in Thailand what do you eat everyday? 3. Since you started the vegetarian eating thai food challenge have you lost any weight or began feeling any different? 4. If you love to eat meat, why did you decide to become vegetarians for the month? Take a look and give us your feedback. Remember you can see all the articles we've added in just two weeks of being vegetarian right here: Click Here: http://www.eatingthaifood.com/vegetarian-thai-food/ Thanks for following along and let us know if you have any more questions or sugge...

    published: 18 Jul 2011
  • Eating Vegetarian Thai Food at Jay Jay Restaurant in Bangkok

    Get the Vegetarian Thai Food Guide: http://www.eatingthaifood.com/vegetarian-thai-food-guide/ (Click Here) Jay Jay restaurant specializes in top quality vegetarian Thai food in Bangkok, Thailand. This video is presented by Mark Wiens. Follow him at http://migrationology.com/ and http://eatingthaifood.com/ and subscribe so you don't miss his next videos http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=migrationology

    published: 16 Jul 2011
  • Thai Lesson 26 - I'm a vegetarian

    Here's some more restaurant vocabulary that you will find useful if you have special requests with your food order. For exemple if you don't eat meat or if you don't want sugar in it or maybe you're allergic to carrots. After watching this lesson you will order like a pro and get exactly what you want. Enjoy your meal! Keywords: yàak = want (to do something) yàak dâi = want (to get something) sài = add, apply, put in pɛ́ɛ = lose, be allergic to jee = vegetarian food Example sentences: dì chǎn / pǒm yàak gin kâao pàt = I want to eat fried rice. dì chǎn / pǒm yàak dâi kâao pàt = I want fried rice. dì chǎn / pǒm gin jee = I am a vegetarian (lit. I eat vegetarian food) For more information about Thai language courses please visit: http://www.thai-language-courses...

    published: 31 Jul 2014
  • Pad Thai Vegetarian - Thai Street Food

    Thailand's famous noodle dish, prepared by a master chef without the usual eggs and shrimp. Tasted great! Near Sukhumvit, Soi 5/1

    published: 13 Jul 2009
  • Phuket Vegetarian Festival - Face Piercing

    Warning, graphic video... where do you draw the line with what you would observe, film and respect when confronted by extreme cultural practices?

    published: 28 Sep 2014
  • Vegetarian Thai Green Curry Recipe by Archana's Kitchen

    The Vegetarian Thai Green Curry is close to authentic thai made from homemade green curry paste with the vibrant fresh hot chilli peppers and green coriander leaves, ground with lemon grass, I like to load it with the choicest vegetables making it simply delectable and spicy. I personally like the curry being green, hence I grind some fresh coriander leaves or even Italian parsley, to give it a burst of emerald color. You can see the Full Recipe here - http://www.archanaskitchen.com/recipes/world-recipes/vegetarian-asian-chinese-thai-japanese-recipes/293-video-recipe-vegetarian-thai-green-curry For more easy and delicious recipes SUBSCRIBE to my channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFaHKVsssaoZxM4WZLU0pCA?sub_confirmation=1 You can also follow me on: FACEBOOK: https://www.fac...

    published: 12 Nov 2013
  • Red Thai Curry - Easy To Make Vegetarian Homemade Thai Curry Recipe By Ruchi Bharani

    Learn how to cook Red Thai Curry - Easy To Make Vegetarian Homemade Thai Curry Recipe By Ruchi Bharani If you love Thai food here is treat for your tastebuds. Chef Ruchi Bharani brings an amazing veg red thai curry that goes very well with steamed jasmine rice. Its very simple and easy to make quick vegetarian gravy recipe. Ingredients: 1 tbsp celery, lemon grass (chopped and blended) 1/4 cup water 1.5 tbsp oil 4 - 5 Kaffir lime leaves Few tofu cubes 2 cups coconut Milk 1 cup water 1 tsp soya sauce 1 tsp vinegar 1 tsp sugar Red thai curry paste (http://bit.ly/1hyPDIB) 1.5 tsp salt 1 tbsp cornflour 1.5 cups of chopped vegetables (onion, bell pepper, broccoli, yellow corn, baby corn, mushroom) Method: - Stir fry the vegetables in a wok using some oil in it. - Meanwhile put celery, lemon ...

    published: 07 Apr 2014
  • Vegetarian style: Thai Basil fried potatoes and Broccoli for my dinner

    2 cups of Russell Potatoes 1/2 cup of chop veggies (onion,bell pepper, Red pepper) 1/2 cup of Fresh Thai basil Garlic powder Sea Salt Black Pepper 3 Tbs Olive oil Cooking Time: 25 min Email all question to: HairNailsBeautyTips@yahoo.com

    published: 18 Feb 2014
  • VL2: Vegetarian Thai Noodle Breakfast and Ban Phe Market Part 1

    Dwight explores Rayong eats in Day 2, let's hope for better luck with the weather! --- About Dwight: "Eat well, travel happy, and give back!" Dwight is an American food writer living in Bangkok. He created the hashtag #bkkfatty and later a food blog called Bangkok Fatty encouraging people to share their tastiest food finds. Dwight's charity Courageous Kitchen teaches underserved children to cook. You can find out more or donate to his charity efforts at http://courageouskitchen.org Special Guests: Nisha (Dwight's wife) and the eating team of Xeng, Dao, Mao, & Thaengmo Follow Dwight at @bkkfatty on Instagram and Twitter and on Facebook at http://facebook.com/bkkfatty ---- Flashback Recap of Day 1: Rainy Day Issan Food Or you can watch the full episode here: https://youtu.be/7vMe1iP6A...

    published: 28 Mar 2017
  • Thai Vegetarian Festival - GRAPHIC CONTENT

    Thai Vegetarian Festival - GRAPHIC CONTENT SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/Oc61Hj IN WHAT could be the world's bloodiest vegetarian festival, these grizzly paraders are performing gut-churning rituals as a sign of Taoist devotion to their gods. The Vegetarian Festival in Phuket, Thailand, also known as the Nine Emperor Gods Festival, sees many Thai-Chinese impaling themselves with everything from umbrellas to swords, fire walking on hot coals, and even tying firecrackers to themselves and letting them explode without flinching. In another sign of faithfulness, the participants of the nine-day festival also slash their tongues while in a trance-like state. The celebration begins on the eve of the ninth lunar month of the Chinese calendar. Devotees also abstain from eating meat during the carniva...

    published: 15 Oct 2013
  • The Phuket Vegetarian Festival, Thailand. Thai culture goes wild! เทศกาลกินเจ

    New Thailand videos every Wednesday. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/darrenb3. *** Warning: Contains extreme piercings *** The festival is held in Phuket, Krabi and many other parts of Southern Thailand. This footage is from the 2012 Vegetarian Festival เทศกาลกินเจ (also called the Nine Emperor Gods Festival) in Krabi Town. Every year there is a parade through Krabi Town (about 18 km from Ao Nang) during the week of the Vegetarian Festival, and this video was filmed then. The parade leaves City Hall in Krabi Town at around 1PM and meanders through the streets, finishing outside Vogue Department Store. This video was filmed from outside Good Dream Guest House. Many types of objects are used in these piercings, I saw people pierced with beach umbrellas, garden tools, flowers, palm...

    published: 30 Sep 2013
  • Thailand Vegetarian Festival

    http://shamakern.com Every year Thailand celebrates a 9 day vegetarian festival. Many Thais switch to a vegetarian diet during that time and there is vegetarian food sold everywhere. Here we follow the story of the vegetarian festival in Chiang Mai.

    published: 13 Oct 2010
  • Phuket Vegetarian Festival Food. Food in Thailand

    Food in Thailand. Phuket Vegetarian Festival Food. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/darrenb3. NEW THAILAND VIDEOS EVERY WEDNESDAY. Phuket Thailand Vegetarian Festival 2016. เทศกาลกินเจ Thailand Vlog. The Vegetarian Festival is held annually in Thailand in Phuket, Krabi and many other parts of the south. This video will give you some details about the 2016 Vegetarian Festival, the food, the rituals, the dates and show some scenes I have filmed at the Vegetarian Festival in previous years. For all the schedule and location details of this year's festival in Phuket check out this link here: http://www.phuketvegetarian.com/phuketvegetarian2016.pdf The Vegetarian Festival, also known as the Festival of Ngan Kin Jeh, begins every year, in October, on the first day of the ninth lunar mo...

    published: 03 Oct 2016
  • Eat Cheap - Chinese Vegetarian Festival in Thailand

    Membership site with all the details you need to know and networking with other like minded people available at: http://goo.gl/M0nMT5 Do you like Thai food? How about vegetarian? Well during the Chinese Vegetarian Festival every year you can partake even on a Cat 1 budget. The origins of the Vegetarian Festival are Chinese, a celebration to the nine Emperor Gods, and the festival happens during the ninth Chinese lunar month every year. During the Tesagan Gin Je Festival (Vegetarian Festival) yellow and red flags that signal a shop or stall is selling food in line with the festival regulations can be seen throughout Thailand. You will also spot stickers and signs in shops across the city, from 7-11 to large shopping malls. Vegetarian “meat” is a big part of the Vegetarian Festival. Some o...

    published: 21 Oct 2015
  • Vegan Vegetarian Thai Recipe: Yellow Curry

    Vegetarian Vegan Thai Recipe: Yellow Curry - Gaeng Garee Ingredients 2 cups Potatoes diced 1 cup Kobocha Squash diced 1 red Bell Pepper julienned 1 Onion cut 2-3 tbsp yellow Curry Paste 2 tbsp Curry Powder 1 tbsp Sugar 250 ml Coconut Milk 250 ml Coconut Cream 3 tbsp light Soy Sauce 2 tbsp Oil Music: Jahzzar - So Far So Close

    published: 23 Feb 2015
Phuket Vegetarian Festival 2014, Thailand - Up Close เทศกาลกินเจ

Phuket Vegetarian Festival 2014, Thailand - Up Close เทศกาลกินเจ

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New Thailand videos every Wednesday. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/darrenb3. Up close at the 2014 Phuket Vegetarian Festival, Thailand. เทศกาลกินเจ The Vegetarian Festival is held annually in Phuket, Krabi and many other parts of Southern Thailand. I filmed this when people from one of the Chinese Temples were getting ready for a parade in Krabi Town. Many types of objects are used in these piercings, I've seen people pierced with beach umbrellas, garden tools, flowers, palm leaves, swords and many other things. Seeing this live gives a fascinating insight into Thai culture and traditions, and you'll certainly remember this part of your Thai holidays. I think it's one of the bloody best things to do in Krabi Thailand. The Vegetarian Festival, also known as the Festival of Ngan Kin Jeh, begins every year, in October, on the first day of the ninth lunar month of the Chinese calendar. The event is celebrated by the Chinese-Thai community in many parts of Southern Thailand including Krabi, Songkhla, Trang and Phuket. Despite it's name, vegetarian food is not the central focus for the festival, but the white clothed devotees attending do adhere to a strict vegetarian diet for the 9 days of the event. This practice cleanses the spirit and makes merit. Some participants engage in a number of extraordinary activities such as fire-walking over glowing coals, climbing ladders with rungs made of sharpened blades, piercing different parts of their bodies with various objects, and slicing their tongues with knives and swords. Those participating in the piercings and other activities (mah songs) prepare for the festival by abstaining from meat, alcohol and sex for the previous six days. The mah song say that they feel no pain during their actions, as they are possessed by the spirits of the Nine Emperor Gods, who protect them from any harm or scarring. The mah song are carefully chosen and their role is to bring good luck to, and scare evil spirits away from the community by their fearless acts. The origin of the Vegetarian Festival goes back a century and a half to a time when Phuket was populated by many Chinese people working in the tin mine. To cater to the entertainment needs of the huge Chinese population, Chinese opera performers were hired. During the ninth Chinese lunar month there was an outbreak of an epidemic in Phuket that claimed several lives, and the performers also fell seriously ill. It was eventually reasoned that this outbreak was occurred because the Chinese community had forgotten to pay homage to the Nine Emperor Gods (Kiu Ong Iah) in the first nine days of the month. One of the performers was asked to go back to China and invite the Kiu Ong Iah to Phuket. After completing the appropriate rituals those afflicted with the disease made a complete recovery. The following year, to make sure that there was no repeat of the epidemic of the previous year, and to keep the Gods happy, the Chinese refrained from having meat, alcohol and sex. The epidemic passed and every year since then people in Phuket and other parts of Southern Thailand have continued to celebrate this festival. Subscribe to my channel if you want more videos on what to do in Ao Nang and Krabi, and Thailand in general. New Thailand videos posted regularly about Ao Nang and Krabi hotels, resorts, villas, restaurants, places to see, things to do, shopping, Thai food, Thailand markets, Thai festivals & culture, holidays, accommodation, Thailand tourism and travel. If you're looking into Thailand Hotels have a look at hotels and resorts in Krabi. The islands and beaches of Krabi are famous for Thailand holidays, the movie The Beach was filmed on a Krabi's Koh Phi Phi Island. Krabi is about 2-3 hours from Phuket by land or sea, and has world class accommodation standards comparable to what you find in Phuket hotels and resorts, but in a more relaxed environment.
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Vegetarian Thai Food: A Guide to Eating Healthy (and Delicious) Thai Food!

Vegetarian Thai Food: A Guide to Eating Healthy (and Delicious) Thai Food!

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Get your copy of the Vegetarian Thai Food Guide: http://www.eatingthaifood.com/vegetarian-thai-food-guide/ Eating delicious Thai food is the highlight of many people's trips to Thailand, but if you are a vegetarian or vegan, it can be sometimes be difficult to find the right Thai dishes to eat. One of my favorite vegetarian / vegan restaurants in Bangkok is known as Baan Suan Pai, a food court dedicated to eating healthy Thai food. Even though I'm not vegetarian, I love eating vegetarian Thai food here! At Baan Suan Pai vegetarian restaurant in Bangkok, they serve their food food court style - you order you meals and dishes, pay for them, and then find a place to sit. Here's a quick overview of the tasty Thai vegetarian food I ate in this video. 1. Gaeng Phet Fuktong (Vegetarian Thai Pumpkin Curry) is tasty curry made with chunks of healthy pumpkin stewed in chillies and coconut milk. It had a wonderful mild flavor to it, but it was extremely soothing - I loved it, one of my favorite vegetarian thai food dishes! 2. Gaeng Jued Mala (Bitter Melon Soup) is a bitter soup made with huge chunk of bitter melon and a few other herbs and vegetables. Bitterness can be a hard vegetable to get used to, but if you do enjoy it as a vegetarian or vegan, you'll love this dish at Baan Suan Pai. 3. Puak Tod (Taro Roll) is a loaf of ground up pieces of taro root caked together and fried on the outside. The dish was served with a nice sweet and sour sauce. Along with full plates of rice and mixed toppings, Baan Suan Pai also serves some incredible vegetarian Thai food snacks like this! 4. Kuay Teow Lui Suan (Fresh Noodle Rolls) is a Thai dish that made with fresh rice noodle warpers filled with lettuce, an assortment of Thai herbs, tofu, and mushrooms. The vegetarian roll are delicious when dipped in the sweet and sour sauce provided. 5. Het Hom Ping (Grilled Mushrooms) are my absolute favorite thing to eat when at this vegetarian restaurant in Bangkok. The mushrooms are so delicious that they actually taste like pieces of sirloin steak - but instead are purely vegetarian and vegan. These skewers are absolutely incredible and you don't want to miss them! That wraps up my vegetarian Thai food feast - all dishes were exceptional, especially the pumpkin curry, the fresh noodle rolls and the grilled mushroom skewers. Directions: To get to Baan Suan Pai take the BTS to Ari station, take exit 1 and go down the stairs to your left, walk along Phahon Yothin road for about one hundred meters until you reach a sign that says welcome to banana family park. Turn right into the small cafe alley way, walk all the way to the back past a few coffee shops and a few stores until you can smell the delicious vegetarian food. Hope you enjoyed this video on eating healthy vegetarian Thai food in Bangkok. If you are vegetarian or vegan and want to explore the best Thai food you need to check out the Vegetarian Thai Food Guide: http://www.eatingthaifood.com/vegetarian-thai-food-guide/
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WHAT I ATE TRAVELLING TO THAILAND | Vegan

WHAT I ATE TRAVELLING TO THAILAND | Vegan

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Hi Everyone!! Woohoo, finally on the move to our new home - Thailand! It was a long trip but it was worth it... Here is everything I ate as a label-free vegan whilst travelling! I hope you enjoy.. lots of videos to come! Love and light, Mary xoxo ♢ CONNECT WITH ME ♢ ♡ MY BLOG: www.mantrasandmangos.com (blog posts, vegan themed apparel and loads more) ♡ SUPPORT ME AT: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=898683&ty=h and see what perks I have to offer :) ♡ MY INSTAGRAM: @MantrasAndMangos www.instagram.com/mantrasandmangos ♡ MY EMAIL (business only): marykant_@hotmail.com ♡ MY TUMBLR (for all questions): www.mantrasandmangos.tumblr.com ♡ MY SNAPCHAT: mantrasandmango (no 'S' on the end) ♢HOW MY JOURNEY BEGAN♢ ♡ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TE0CtwI1qkE ♡ My name is Mary and I created this channel to share with you my journey on how I overcame years of struggling with anxiety and an array of eating disorders through a vegan lifestyle and nourished myself back to health - physically, mentally and spiritually. Here I hope to inspire, motivate and help people in any way I can so that you may all become the best versions of yourself. ♢AMAZING PATREONS THAT HELPED PRODUCE THIS VIDEO♢ ♡Nikki RotundaJane GoldBowen Thomas ♢FILMING & EDITING♢ ♡Canon G7XCanon 750D ♡Final Cut Pro X ♡iMovie ♢I DO NOT OWN THE RIGHTS TO THIS MUSIC (BUT THESE AWESOME PEOPLE DO)♢ ♡ THANK YOU FOR WATCHING! I LOVE YOU ALL
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Vegetarian in Thailand

Vegetarian in Thailand

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A vlog about the Lamai Veggie/Vegan restaurant on the island of koh samui in Thailand. It is just off the main ring road behind the gasoline station next to the daily food market in Lamai. Follow me on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/thegoodfarang/ Music credits go to: https://soundcloud.com/dubmatix https://soundcloud.com/vapour-trail https://soundcloud.com/fai-rynita
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Thailand Vegetarian Food Festival (Part 1) - Bangkok 2012 เทศกาลกินเจ

Thailand Vegetarian Food Festival (Part 1) - Bangkok 2012 เทศกาลกินเจ

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If you want more delicious vegetarian food, grab a copy of my Vegetarian Thai Food Guide right here: http://www.eatingthaifood.com/vegetarian-thai-food-guide/ And if you prefer meat filled dishes, check out the Eating Thai Food Guide: http://www.eatingthaifood.com/eating-thai-food-guide/ The Thailand Vegetarian Festival (เทศกาลกินเจ) is an annual celebration. The history of the festival dates back to the 1800's when a group of Chinese opera performers were traveling through Thailand. After traveling around the country and performing they eventually made it to southern Thailand in Phuket. This is where they all become sick. After much contemplation and trying figure out just why they had become so ill, they finally decided that it was due to not honoring or showing respect to the Nine Emperor Gods in the Chinese Doaist belief. In order to get better from their sickness and better honor the gods, they determined it would be necessary to cleanse themselves by partaking in a number of different ceremonies, acts of purity and to eat a strict vegetarian diet for nine days straight. I'm not fully sure how the story turned out, but what we do know is that the Thailand vegetarian festival (เทศกาลกินเจ) is now an annual event that many Thais and foreigners alike participate it. The most prominent festival takes places in the south of Thailand, most famously in Phuket, where there's a large population of Chinese. In the south, one can witness many religious rituals, traditional ceremonies, and the most famous of everything, the self human flagellations. Some participating in the festival choose to mutiliate themselves by slicing and cutting of their bodies. They believe that they are posses by spirits and they are not actually hurting themselves in the process. In Bangkok however, the vegetarian festival is less about self mutilation, but more about a few rituals and lots and lots of vegetarian Thai food that sprawls throughout the entire city. Yaowarat Chinatown, is the home of the most prolific ceremony where you can find some ceremonies of lots of pure vegetarian food. In this video I take to the narrow streets of Yaowarat to eat and explore. In Part 1, I first indulge in a Chinese vegetarian meal that includes tofu, cabbage and stir fried noodles. Then I check out a temple and finally go to eat a delicious sweet snack known as kanom dub dab (ขนมตุ๊บตั๊บ). If you are ever in Thailand for the vegetarian festival celebration, be sure to eat lots of delicious food and catch some of the action! Music used in this video: Song Title: Oriental Trance Author: Rick Clarke (Rickvanman) Website: http://music4yourvids.co.uk/ Direct Link: http://music4yourvids.co.uk/royalty-free-music.html Download Link: http://205.196.122.239/4yed5467dgwg/e48he8aep9wy9rm/Oriental+trance2.MP3 License: http://music4yourvids.co.uk/licence.html Follow my food adventures at http://migrationology.com/ & http://www.eatingthaifood.com/ and find me on Facebok here https://www.facebook.com/migrationology. Also, subscribe so you don't miss the next tasty adventure http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=migrationology. Thank you for watching this video!
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Vegetarian Food in Thailand. Eating Thai Food at a Vegan Restaurant in Thailand Vlog

Vegetarian Food in Thailand. Eating Thai Food at a Vegan Restaurant in Thailand Vlog

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New Thailand videos every Wednesday. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/darrenb3. Eating Thai Vegetarian Food at a Vegan Restaurant in Thailand Vlog. This is a Thai restaurant named Hong Ming which is very popular with the locals in Krabi Thailand, selling Thai vegan food. Vegetarian food is popular throughout Thailand. At any Thai vegetarian restaurant in Thailand you’ll find variations of regular authentic Thai food, only cooked with artificial meat and vegetables. The meal in this video cost 120 baht. Suscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/darrenb3 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thailandvideos/ Donate to help me make more videos: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_donations&business=ESL6RHW9ERZ8W&lc=AU&item_name=darrenb3%20Thailand%20Videos¤cy_code=USD&bn=PP%2dDonationsBF%3abtn_donateCC_LG%2egif%3aNonHosted Check out my channel for more Thai food, Thai recipes, and loads of other Thailand videos. I upload one or more new Thailand video every Wednesday, and often on other days too! You’ll find authentic Thai food recipes, videos about Thai street food, eating Thai food, Thai restaurant, Thailand travel and Thai hotels and resorts. Subscribe to my channel for my latest vlog and new videos on what to do in Thailand and beautiful locations such as Krabi and Phuket. New Thailand videos posted every Wednesday about places to see, things to do, food in Thailand, Thai recipes, weird foods, eating bugs, insects and other bizarre foods, Thailand markets, Thai festivals & culture, Thai street food, testing Thai snacks, hotels, resorts, villas, Krabi restaurants, Thailand holidays, accommodation, tourism & tours and Thailand travel. For some of the best food and restaurants in the world visit Thailand … it’s awesome! Krabi is about 2-3 hours from Phuket by land or sea, and has world class accommodation standards comparable to what you find in Phuket hotels and resorts, but in a more relaxed environment. If you're looking into Thailand Hotels have a look at hotels and resorts in Krabi. The islands and beaches of Krabi are famous for Thailand holidays, the movie The Beach was filmed on Krabi's Koh Phi Phi Island. I do not own the music in this video. The song was provided by NoCopyrightSounds (NCS) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_aEa8K-EOJ3D6gOs7HcyNg The song is Itro and TobuCloud 9 [NCS Release] Tobu: ➞ Spotify http://smarturl.it/Tobu_Spotify ➞ SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/7obu ➞ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/tobuofficial ➞ Twitter https://twitter.com/tobuofficial ➞ YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/tobuoffi... Itro: ➞ Spotify http://open.spotify.com/artist/6fEZjg... ➞ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/officialitro ➞ Twitter https://twitter.com/itromsc ➞ YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/official... ➞ SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/itro Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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Phuket Vegetarian Festival 2014, Thailand - 2 Crazy Minutes เทศกาลกินเจ

Phuket Vegetarian Festival 2014, Thailand - 2 Crazy Minutes เทศกาลกินเจ

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New Thailand videos every Wednesday. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/darrenb3. 2 crazy minutes at the 2014 Phuket Vegetarian Festival, Thailand. เทศกาลกินเจ I filmed this when people from one of the Chinese Temples were getting ready for a parade in Krabi Town. The festival is held annually in Phuket, Krabi and many other parts of Southern Thailand. Many types of objects are used in these piercings, I've seen people pierced with beach umbrellas, garden tools, flowers, palm leaves, swords and many other things. Seeing this live gives a fascinating insight into Thai culture and traditions, and you'll certainly remember this part of your Thai holidays. I think it's one of the bloody best things to do in Krabi Thailand. The Vegetarian Festival, also known as the Festival of Ngan Kin Jeh, begins every year, in October, on the first day of the ninth lunar month of the Chinese calendar. The event is celebrated by the Chinese-Thai community in many parts of Southern Thailand including Krabi, Songkhla, Trang and Phuket. Despite it's name, vegetarian food is not the central focus for the festival, but the white clothed devotees attending do adhere to a strict vegetarian diet for the 9 days of the event. This practice cleanses the spirit and makes merit. Some participants engage in a number of extraordinary activities such as fire-walking over glowing coals, climbing ladders with rungs made of sharpened blades, piercing different parts of their bodies with various objects, and slicing their tongues with knives and swords. Those participating in the piercings and other activities (mah songs) prepare for the festival by abstaining from meat, alcohol and sex for the previous six days. The mah song say that they feel no pain during their actions, as they are possessed by the spirits of the Nine Emperor Gods, who protect them from any harm or scarring. The mah song are carefully chosen and their role is to bring good luck to, and scare evil spirits away from the community by their fearless acts. The origin of the Vegetarian Festival goes back a century and a half to a time when Phuket was populated by many Chinese people working in the tin mine. To cater to the entertainment needs of the huge Chinese population, Chinese opera performers were hired. During the ninth Chinese lunar month there was an outbreak of an epidemic in Phuket that claimed several lives, and the performers also fell seriously ill. It was eventually reasoned that this outbreak was occurred because the Chinese community had forgotten to pay homage to the Nine Emperor Gods (Kiu Ong Iah) in the first nine days of the month. One of the performers was asked to go back to China and invite the Kiu Ong Iah to Phuket. After completing the appropriate rituals those afflicted with the disease made a complete recovery. The following year, to make sure that there was no repeat of the epidemic of the previous year, and to keep the Gods happy, the Chinese refrained from having meat, alcohol and sex. The epidemic passed and every year since then people in Phuket and other parts of Southern Thailand have continued to celebrate this festival. Subscribe to my channel if you want more videos on what to do in Ao Nang and Krabi, and Thailand in general. New Thailand videos posted regularly about Ao Nang and Krabi hotels, resorts, villas, restaurants, places to see, things to do, shopping, Thai food, Thailand markets, Thai festivals & culture, holidays, accommodation, Thailand tourism and travel. If you're looking into Thailand Hotels have a look at hotels and resorts in Krabi. The islands and beaches of Krabi are famous for Thailand holidays, the movie The Beach was filmed on a Krabi's Koh Phi Phi Island. Krabi is about 2-3 hours from Phuket by land or sea, and has world class accommodation standards comparable to what you find in Phuket hotels and resorts, but in a more relaxed environment.
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Travelogue - Bangkok Thailand (Vegetarian Food Edition)

Travelogue - Bangkok Thailand (Vegetarian Food Edition)

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This video will take you through our Bangkok trip 2016: the highlights of our trip, where we ate (vegetarian food), and where we shopped. Comment if you have any questions for us, and we will try our best to answer them! Enjoy the video!! xx ___ Music credits: 1) Santo Rico Santo Rico by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://www.twinmusicom.org/ 2) Venice Beach 3) Happy Alley Happy Alley by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100482 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
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Vegetarian Thai Food (& A Little Fake Meat) at Chamlong's Asoke (จำลอง สันติอโศก)

Vegetarian Thai Food (& A Little Fake Meat) at Chamlong's Asoke (จำลอง สันติอโศก)

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One of the best places to eat vegetarian Thai food when you're in Bangkok is Chamlong Sandi Asoke (จำลอง สันติอโศก), also known as just Chamlong's Asoke. More details here: http://www.eatingthaifood.com/2011/07/bangkoks-vegetarian-grazing-zone-chamlongs-asoke-all-veg-food-court-at-chatuchak/ If you eat a strict diet of vegetarian of vegan food, traveling in Thailand or living in Bangkok, and eating local food can sometimes be a challenge. Many normal Thai dishes are filled with small amounts of meat, and even if meat isn't actually in the dish, there's often fish sauce or meat broth inside of some dishes - so that just goes to say that it can be a challenge to find good and authentic Thai vegetarian food (more tips in my vegetarian Thai eating guide: http://www.eatingthaifood.com/vegetarian-thai-food-guide/) In order to be certain you're getting purely vegan or vegetarian food when you're in Bangkok, you really need to look to some of the exclusive vegetarian restaurants. There are quite a few scattered around the city, but one of my favorites is a restaurant known as Chamlong Sandi Asoke (จำลอง สันติอโศก). It's really more of a food court, where there are a number of stalls where you can choose what to eat and sit down and eat them all. As soon as you arrive at this vegetarian grazing zone, you'll need to exchange your money for some coupons. I usually exchange about 100 baht per person, just to make sure I have enough money to get a few different dishes - believe me you'll want to try a few different things when you eat there. The great news for you, that is if you eat vegetarian, is that everything in the food court is exclusively vegetarian (and vegan), so you don't need to worry or even ask what they put in their cooking. There are many different vegetarian Thai dishes to choose from when you're at Chamlong Sandi Asoke (จำลอง สันติอโศก). There are a couple of places that seem to specialize in fake looking meat, that's really made from protein flakes or things like that, and then there are plenty of other vegetarian dishes. I normally like to start my vegetarian feast with spring rolls, and you can either choose to get the deep fried version or the fresh non-fried version - both are good, depending on how you're feeling for the day. You can then branch out and try some Thai vegetarian curries, or other dishes like grilled mushrooms, vegetarian noodles, or even vegetarian pork skewers (don't worry, even though it may look like meat, it's not real meat). One of my personal favorite vegetarian Thai dishes is tam ponlamai (ส้มตำผลไม้), or fruit salad, and I think they make a really tasty version at Chamlong Sandi Asoke (จำลอง สันติอโศก). The fruit salad includes a mixture of guava, rose apple, dragon fruit, watermelon, and a few other fruits, mixed with soy sauce, lime juice, lots of chilies, and some crushed peanuts. The result is an incredibly refreshing fruit salad that has a beautiful contrast of flavors, including spicy, sweet, and sour - I really enjoy it. If you go to Chamlong Sandi Asoke (จำลอง สันติอโศก), don't forget to try their version of Thai fruit salad. Another interesting vegetarian Thai dish to try is kanom jeen nam prik (ขนมจีนน้ำพริก), or white rice noodles served with a peanut based curry on top. It's rich and creamy, and if you love noodles, you'll probably love this dish. It can be a challenge to find good and authentic Thai vegetarian food, unless you go to the right places. Chamlong Sandi Asoke (จำลอง สันติอโศก) is one of the best restaurants for vegetarian food in Bangkok, and you'll find so many delicious things to try. How to get there: The restaurant is located very near to Chatuchak Weekend Market, and directly behind the IN Square shopping mall. There's a small road to the right hand side of IN Square mall. Walk through that street and at the end hang left and you'll see a small pedestrian gate, enter through the gate and you'll be at the restaurant. Music in this video courtesy of Audio Network Are you interested in more vegetarian Thai food? Check out my "Vegetarian Thai Food Guide" for the serious Thai food lovers: http://www.eatingthaifood.com/vegetarian-thai-food-guide/ T-shirts: http://migrationology.spreadshirt.com/ Eater at: http://migrationology.com/blog & http://www.eatingthaifood.com/blog/ Thank you for watching, and don't forget to subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=migrationology
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Vegetarian Thai Food Discussion: Is it easy to be vegetarian in Thailand?

Vegetarian Thai Food Discussion: Is it easy to be vegetarian in Thailand?

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After two weeks of being vegetarian Mark and Dwight sit down and discuss some common questions from their readers about being vegetarian in Thailand. They discuss the following questions: 1. Is it easy to be a vegetarian in Thailand? 2. As a vegetarian or vegan in Thailand what do you eat everyday? 3. Since you started the vegetarian eating thai food challenge have you lost any weight or began feeling any different? 4. If you love to eat meat, why did you decide to become vegetarians for the month? Take a look and give us your feedback. Remember you can see all the articles we've added in just two weeks of being vegetarian right here: Click Here: http://www.eatingthaifood.com/vegetarian-thai-food/ Thanks for following along and let us know if you have any more questions or suggestions! This video is presented by Mark Wiens. Follow him at http://migrationology.com/ and http://eatingthaifood.com/ and subscribe so you don't miss his next videos http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=migrationology
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Eating Vegetarian Thai Food at Jay Jay Restaurant in Bangkok

Eating Vegetarian Thai Food at Jay Jay Restaurant in Bangkok

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Get the Vegetarian Thai Food Guide: http://www.eatingthaifood.com/vegetarian-thai-food-guide/ (Click Here) Jay Jay restaurant specializes in top quality vegetarian Thai food in Bangkok, Thailand. This video is presented by Mark Wiens. Follow him at http://migrationology.com/ and http://eatingthaifood.com/ and subscribe so you don't miss his next videos http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=migrationology
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Thai Lesson 26 - I'm a vegetarian

Thai Lesson 26 - I'm a vegetarian

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Here's some more restaurant vocabulary that you will find useful if you have special requests with your food order. For exemple if you don't eat meat or if you don't want sugar in it or maybe you're allergic to carrots. After watching this lesson you will order like a pro and get exactly what you want. Enjoy your meal! Keywords: yàak = want (to do something) yàak dâi = want (to get something) sài = add, apply, put in pɛ́ɛ = lose, be allergic to jee = vegetarian food Example sentences: dì chǎn / pǒm yàak gin kâao pàt = I want to eat fried rice. dì chǎn / pǒm yàak dâi kâao pàt = I want fried rice. dì chǎn / pǒm gin jee = I am a vegetarian (lit. I eat vegetarian food) For more information about Thai language courses please visit: http://www.thai-language-courses.com Ying and Paula's blog: http://www.yingandpaula.com Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/lantaschool Check us out on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/LantaInternationalLanguageSchool
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Pad Thai Vegetarian - Thai Street Food

Pad Thai Vegetarian - Thai Street Food

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Thailand's famous noodle dish, prepared by a master chef without the usual eggs and shrimp. Tasted great! Near Sukhumvit, Soi 5/1
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Phuket Vegetarian Festival - Face Piercing

Phuket Vegetarian Festival - Face Piercing

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Warning, graphic video... where do you draw the line with what you would observe, film and respect when confronted by extreme cultural practices?
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Vegetarian Thai Green Curry Recipe by Archana's Kitchen

Vegetarian Thai Green Curry Recipe by Archana's Kitchen

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The Vegetarian Thai Green Curry is close to authentic thai made from homemade green curry paste with the vibrant fresh hot chilli peppers and green coriander leaves, ground with lemon grass, I like to load it with the choicest vegetables making it simply delectable and spicy. I personally like the curry being green, hence I grind some fresh coriander leaves or even Italian parsley, to give it a burst of emerald color. You can see the Full Recipe here - http://www.archanaskitchen.com/recipes/world-recipes/vegetarian-asian-chinese-thai-japanese-recipes/293-video-recipe-vegetarian-thai-green-curry For more easy and delicious recipes SUBSCRIBE to my channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFaHKVsssaoZxM4WZLU0pCA?sub_confirmation=1 You can also follow me on: FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/ArchanasKitchen TWITTER: https://twitter.com/archanaskitchen INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/archanaskitchen WEBSITE: http://www.archanaskitchen.com More party recipes here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?
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Red Thai Curry - Easy To Make Vegetarian Homemade Thai Curry Recipe By Ruchi Bharani

Red Thai Curry - Easy To Make Vegetarian Homemade Thai Curry Recipe By Ruchi Bharani

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Learn how to cook Red Thai Curry - Easy To Make Vegetarian Homemade Thai Curry Recipe By Ruchi Bharani If you love Thai food here is treat for your tastebuds. Chef Ruchi Bharani brings an amazing veg red thai curry that goes very well with steamed jasmine rice. Its very simple and easy to make quick vegetarian gravy recipe. Ingredients: 1 tbsp celery, lemon grass (chopped and blended) 1/4 cup water 1.5 tbsp oil 4 - 5 Kaffir lime leaves Few tofu cubes 2 cups coconut Milk 1 cup water 1 tsp soya sauce 1 tsp vinegar 1 tsp sugar Red thai curry paste (http://bit.ly/1hyPDIB) 1.5 tsp salt 1 tbsp cornflour 1.5 cups of chopped vegetables (onion, bell pepper, broccoli, yellow corn, baby corn, mushroom) Method: - Stir fry the vegetables in a wok using some oil in it. - Meanwhile put celery, lemon grass and water in a mixture and make grind everything well together. - Strain the mixture using a sieve - Keep tossing the vegetables in the meantime. - and drop it on the veggies. - In the mean time, blend together coconut milk, water, lemongrass & celery juice, soya sauce, vinegar, sugar, curry paste, salt, cornflour. - Pour the curry mix on the fried vegetabales and add some tofu as well. - Cook it for about 2 - 3 mins and the curry is ready to be served hot. Director: Neha Sarkar Camera: Jay Nayak, Vaibhav Dhandha Editing: Ravi Varma Creative Head: Kavya Krishnaswamy Producer: Rajjat A. Barjatya Copyrights: Rajshri Entertainment Private Limited Share on Facebook - http://goo.gl/4cuKVz Tweet about this - http://goo.gl/snftNA Subscribe & Stay Tuned - http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=rajshrifood For more videos log onto http://www.youtube.com/rajshrifood Find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/rajshrifood Follow us on google plus https://plus.google.com/+rajshrifood
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Vegetarian style: Thai Basil fried potatoes and Broccoli for my dinner

Vegetarian style: Thai Basil fried potatoes and Broccoli for my dinner

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2 cups of Russell Potatoes 1/2 cup of chop veggies (onion,bell pepper, Red pepper) 1/2 cup of Fresh Thai basil Garlic powder Sea Salt Black Pepper 3 Tbs Olive oil Cooking Time: 25 min Email all question to: HairNailsBeautyTips@yahoo.com
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VL2: Vegetarian Thai Noodle Breakfast and Ban Phe Market Part 1

VL2: Vegetarian Thai Noodle Breakfast and Ban Phe Market Part 1

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Dwight explores Rayong eats in Day 2, let's hope for better luck with the weather! --- About Dwight: "Eat well, travel happy, and give back!" Dwight is an American food writer living in Bangkok. He created the hashtag #bkkfatty and later a food blog called Bangkok Fatty encouraging people to share their tastiest food finds. Dwight's charity Courageous Kitchen teaches underserved children to cook. You can find out more or donate to his charity efforts at http://courageouskitchen.org Special Guests: Nisha (Dwight's wife) and the eating team of Xeng, Dao, Mao, & Thaengmo Follow Dwight at @bkkfatty on Instagram and Twitter and on Facebook at http://facebook.com/bkkfatty ---- Flashback Recap of Day 1: Rainy Day Issan Food Or you can watch the full episode here: https://youtu.be/7vMe1iP6A1w Stop #1 - Jae for Health Restaurant (ร้านอาหารเจ เพื่อสุขภาพ) at 1:47 I have reviewed this restaurant in the past here: http://bkkfatty.com/2014/04/08/one-dollar-vegetarian-buffet-and-noodle-restaurant-in-rayong/ Humble and cheap vegetarian restaurant in the heart of Rayong. We often visit for a quick and healthy breakfast. For the best food, come early. Vegetarian noodles are hard to find, but I think this restaurant does a great job of them and even their fake meat isn't bad with a little seasoning. Rating: 4/5 Pros: Clean, cheap, and they speak a little English Cons: Khao gaeng options can be hit or miss (especially if you're not there before 10am) Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/Vx4Nw1tYDxR2 Stop #2: Ban Phe City at 5:47 We didn't do a whole lot here except walking around. There is a small marina with a few restaurants around. There's an aquarium a little further off, but the largest attractions for visitors to Ban Phe are the beach and the market. If you're curious there's some interesting 70's Thai architecture in the area and hopefully you'll see more of the see in the following episode. Stop #3: Ban Phe Market (ตลาดบ้านเพ) at 6:45 Formerly known as the 'roi sao market' (ตลาดร้อยเสา or hundred vendors market) the latest incarnation of this large market names it the Ban Phe Supermarket (ตลาดบ้านเพ). This is a good place to grab everything from little souvenirs to durian chips, to stinky fermented fish paste. The best thing is it can also make a great stop for lunch or stocking up on snacks before hitting the beach. We particularly enjoyed some of the old time Thai style snacks (the one featured in this episode is called "tong muan oon" or "khao kriap oon" or ข้าวเกรียบอ่อน) and popsicles available in the market. See a little more in the following episode. Rating: 3.5/5 Pros: Large, clean, organized, and friendly Cons: Food court options limited and shrinking Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/Eq7wFZoXYMw Restaurant/Attraction Rating Scale: ⇒ 1-2 Below Average ⇒ 2-3 Average ⇒ 4-5 Exceptional ---- “Eat well, travel happy, and give back!” Don't forget to like, subscribe, and comment on this video! *Equipment List* (Affiliate Links Below) ------- Camera: Panasonic Lumix G7HK Mirrorless 4K - http://ow.ly/WMTi303pYgh Microphone: Rode Video Micro w/ Shock Mount - http://ow.ly/bUEn303pYlP Mini Tripod: Joby GorillaPod SLR - http://ow.ly/Q5po303Td3A ------- All music is licensed, royalty free.
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Thai Vegetarian Festival - GRAPHIC CONTENT

Thai Vegetarian Festival - GRAPHIC CONTENT

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Thai Vegetarian Festival - GRAPHIC CONTENT SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/Oc61Hj IN WHAT could be the world's bloodiest vegetarian festival, these grizzly paraders are performing gut-churning rituals as a sign of Taoist devotion to their gods. The Vegetarian Festival in Phuket, Thailand, also known as the Nine Emperor Gods Festival, sees many Thai-Chinese impaling themselves with everything from umbrellas to swords, fire walking on hot coals, and even tying firecrackers to themselves and letting them explode without flinching. In another sign of faithfulness, the participants of the nine-day festival also slash their tongues while in a trance-like state. The celebration begins on the eve of the ninth lunar month of the Chinese calendar. Devotees also abstain from eating meat during the carnival and chant prayers together. Videographer / Director: Stephen Boitano Editor: Ian Phillips For more amazing footage of the amazing side of life, visit the Barcroft Media website: http://bit.ly/19OYwp Like Barcroft Media on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/RJlaj6 Follow Barcroft Media on Twitter: http://bit.ly/10vFLY9
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The Phuket Vegetarian Festival, Thailand. Thai culture goes wild! เทศกาลกินเจ

The Phuket Vegetarian Festival, Thailand. Thai culture goes wild! เทศกาลกินเจ

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New Thailand videos every Wednesday. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/darrenb3. *** Warning: Contains extreme piercings *** The festival is held in Phuket, Krabi and many other parts of Southern Thailand. This footage is from the 2012 Vegetarian Festival เทศกาลกินเจ (also called the Nine Emperor Gods Festival) in Krabi Town. Every year there is a parade through Krabi Town (about 18 km from Ao Nang) during the week of the Vegetarian Festival, and this video was filmed then. The parade leaves City Hall in Krabi Town at around 1PM and meanders through the streets, finishing outside Vogue Department Store. This video was filmed from outside Good Dream Guest House. Many types of objects are used in these piercings, I saw people pierced with beach umbrellas, garden tools, flowers, palm leaves, swords and many other things. Seeing this live gives a fascinating insight into Thai culture and traditions, and you'll certainly remember this part of your Thai holidays. I think it's one of the bloody best things to do in Krabi Thailand. The Vegetarian Festival, also known as the Festival of Ngan Kin Jeh, begins every year, in October, on the first day of the ninth lunar month of the Chinese calendar. The event is celebrated by the Chinese-Thai community in many parts of Southern Thailand including Krabi, Songkhla, Trang and Phuket. Despite it's name, food does not provide the central focus for the festival, but the white clothed devotees attending do adhere to a strict vegetarian diet for the 9 days of the event. This practice cleanses the spirit and makes merit. Some participants engage in a number of extraordinary activities such as fire-walking over glowing coals, climbing ladders with rungs made of sharpened blades, piercing different parts of their bodies with various objects, and slicing their tongues with knives and swords. Those participating in the piercings and other activities (mah songs) prepare for the festival by abstaining from meat, alcohol and sex for the previous six days. The mah song say that they feel no pain during their actions, as they are possessed by the spirits of the Nine Emperor Gods, who protect them from any harm or scarring. The mah song are carefully chosen and their role is to bring good luck to, and scare evil spirits away from the community by their fearless acts. The origin of the Vegetarian Festival goes back a century and a half to a time when Phuket was populated by many Chinese people working in the tin mine. To cater to the entertainment needs of the huge Chinese population, Chinese opera performers were hired. During the ninth Chinese lunar month there was an outbreak of an epidemic in Phuket that claimed several lives, and the performers also fell seriously ill. It was eventually reasoned that this outbreak was occurred because the Chinese community had forgotten to pay homage to the Nine Emperor Gods (Kiu Ong Iah) in the first nine days of the month. One of the performers was asked to go back to China and invite the Kiu Ong Iah to Phuket. After completing the appropriate rituals those afflicted with the disease made a complete recovery. The following year, to make sure that there was no repeat of the epidemic of the previous year, and to keep the Gods happy, the Chinese refrained from having meat, alcohol and sex. The epidemic passed and every year since then people in Phuket and other parts of Southern Thailand have continued to celebrate this festival. Subscribe to my channel if you want more videos on what to do in Ao Nang and Krabi, and Thailand in general. New Thailand videos posted regularly about Ao Nang and Krabi hotels, resorts, villas and restaurants, places to see, things to do, Thai food, Thailand markets, Thai festivals & culture, holidays, Thailand tourism and travel. If you're looking into Thailand Hotels have a look at hotels and resorts in Krabi. The islands and beaches of Krabi are famous for Thailand holidays, the movie The Beach was filmed on a Krabi's Koh Phi Phi Island. Krabi is about 2-3 hours from Phuket by land or sea, and has world class accommodation standards comparable to what you find in Phuket hotels and resorts, but in a more relaxed environment.
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Thailand Vegetarian Festival

Thailand Vegetarian Festival

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http://shamakern.com Every year Thailand celebrates a 9 day vegetarian festival. Many Thais switch to a vegetarian diet during that time and there is vegetarian food sold everywhere. Here we follow the story of the vegetarian festival in Chiang Mai.
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Phuket Vegetarian Festival Food. Food in Thailand

Phuket Vegetarian Festival Food. Food in Thailand

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  • Updated: 03 Oct 2016
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Food in Thailand. Phuket Vegetarian Festival Food. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/darrenb3. NEW THAILAND VIDEOS EVERY WEDNESDAY. Phuket Thailand Vegetarian Festival 2016. เทศกาลกินเจ Thailand Vlog. The Vegetarian Festival is held annually in Thailand in Phuket, Krabi and many other parts of the south. This video will give you some details about the 2016 Vegetarian Festival, the food, the rituals, the dates and show some scenes I have filmed at the Vegetarian Festival in previous years. For all the schedule and location details of this year's festival in Phuket check out this link here: http://www.phuketvegetarian.com/phuketvegetarian2016.pdf The Vegetarian Festival, also known as the Festival of Ngan Kin Jeh, begins every year, in October, on the first day of the ninth lunar month of the Chinese calendar. The event is celebrated by the Chinese-Thai community in many parts of Southern Thailand including Krabi, Songkhla, Trang and Phuket. Despite it's name, vegetarian food is not the central focus for the festival, but the white clothed devotees attending do adhere to a strict vegetarian diet for the 9 days of the event. This practice cleanses the spirit and makes merit. Some participants engage in a number of extraordinary activities such as fire-walking over glowing coals, climbing ladders with rungs made of sharpened blades, piercing different parts of their bodies with various objects, and slicing their tongues with knives and swords. Those participating in the piercings and other activities (mah songs) prepare for the festival by abstaining from meat, alcohol and sex for the previous six days. The mah song say that they feel no pain during their actions, as they are possessed by the spirits of the Nine Emperor Gods, who protect them from any harm or scarring. The mah song are carefully chosen and their role is to bring good luck to, and scare evil spirits away from the community by their fearless acts. Many types of objects are used in the piercings, I've seen people pierced with beach umbrellas, garden tools, flowers, palm leaves, swords and many other things. Seeing this live gives a fascinating insight into Thai culture and traditions, and you'll certainly remember this part of your Thai holidays. I think it's one of the bloody best things to do in Phuket and Krabi Thailand. The origin of the Vegetarian Festival goes back a century and a half to a time when Phuket was populated by many Chinese people working in the tin mine. To cater to the entertainment needs of the huge Chinese population, Chinese opera performers were hired. During the ninth Chinese lunar month there was an outbreak of an epidemic in Phuket that claimed several lives, and the performers also fell seriously ill. It was eventually reasoned that this outbreak was occurred because the Chinese community had forgotten to pay homage to the Nine Emperor Gods (Kiu Ong Iah) in the first nine days of the month. One of the performers was asked to go back to China and invite the Kiu Ong Iah to Phuket. After completing the appropriate rituals those afflicted with the disease made a complete recovery. The following year, to make sure that there was no repeat of the epidemic of the previous year, and to keep the Gods happy, the Chinese refrained from having meat, alcohol and sex. The epidemic passed and every year since then people in Phuket and other parts of Southern Thailand have continued to celebrate this festival. Subscribe to my channel for my latest vlog and for more videos on what to do in Thailand and what to eat in Thailand. New Thailand videos posted every Wednesday about Thailand: places to see, things to do, tours, Thai food, Thailand markets, Thai festivals & culture, street food, Thai recipes, eating Thai food, hotels, resorts, villas, restaurants, Thailand holidays, tourism, accommodation & Thailand travel, including Phuket, Ao Nang, Krabi and other Thailand destinations. Krabi is about 2-3 hours from Phuket by land or sea, and has world class accommodation standards comparable to what you find in Phuket hotels and resorts, but in a more relaxed environment. If you're looking into Thailand Hotels have a look at hotels and resorts in Krabi. The islands and beaches of Krabi are famous for Thailand holidays, the movie The Beach was filmed on Krabi's Koh Phi Phi Island. I do not own the music in this video. The song was provided by NoCopyrightSounds (NCS) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_aEa8K-EOJ3D6gOs7HcyNg The song is Itro and TobuCloud 9 [NCS Release] Tobu: ➞ Spotify http://smarturl.it/Tobu_Spotify ➞ SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/7obu ➞ YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/tobuoffi... Itro: ➞ Spotify http://open.spotify.com/artist/6fEZjg... ➞ YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/official... ➞ SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/itro Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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Eat Cheap - Chinese Vegetarian Festival in Thailand

Eat Cheap - Chinese Vegetarian Festival in Thailand

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Membership site with all the details you need to know and networking with other like minded people available at: http://goo.gl/M0nMT5 Do you like Thai food? How about vegetarian? Well during the Chinese Vegetarian Festival every year you can partake even on a Cat 1 budget. The origins of the Vegetarian Festival are Chinese, a celebration to the nine Emperor Gods, and the festival happens during the ninth Chinese lunar month every year. During the Tesagan Gin Je Festival (Vegetarian Festival) yellow and red flags that signal a shop or stall is selling food in line with the festival regulations can be seen throughout Thailand. You will also spot stickers and signs in shops across the city, from 7-11 to large shopping malls. Vegetarian “meat” is a big part of the Vegetarian Festival. Some of it looks exactly like real meat and some of it is slightly cartoonish in appearance. From the vege satay sticks to fish and sausages, you will find it all. Because strong smelling foods like garlic and onions are not allowed during the festival, the food is kept pretty simple. Besides the food choices there are other aspects of the festival that devotees adhere to as well. Although it is called the vegetarian festival, the diet is strictly vegan, as the requirements include giving up all fish, dairy, meat and poultry for nine days as a way to cleanse your body. Rules also state that you should wear white from head to toe, but this is not as widely practiced outside temples. Phuket is often seen as the center of Thailand’s Vegetarian Festival, as over 30 percent of the population have Chinese ancestry. Rituals practiced during the height of the festival include tongue slashing and other gory rituals. But today we are only going to check out some food choices and check the prices and see if a Cat 1 RIPper (Retiree In Paradise) can afford to partake in the festival. Please become a friend or subscribe to this channel and you if can, link back to my website I’d appreciate it. For more videos, books on retiring abroad and a Retirement Budget Calculator go check out http://retirecheap.asia
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Vegan Vegetarian Thai Recipe: Yellow Curry

Vegan Vegetarian Thai Recipe: Yellow Curry

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Vegetarian Vegan Thai Recipe: Yellow Curry - Gaeng Garee Ingredients 2 cups Potatoes diced 1 cup Kobocha Squash diced 1 red Bell Pepper julienned 1 Onion cut 2-3 tbsp yellow Curry Paste 2 tbsp Curry Powder 1 tbsp Sugar 250 ml Coconut Milk 250 ml Coconut Cream 3 tbsp light Soy Sauce 2 tbsp Oil Music: Jahzzar - So Far So Close
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