We do Fun, interesting and diverse events in both Los Angeles County, Orange County and the Inland Empire. I really, really, really like dill, but unfortunately many of the people I’m likely to cook for really, really, really dislike dill.
Tofuture, a small UK business run by tofu devotees Susanna and Adam, recently sent me a sample of their tofu maker and press to try out. When I landed in Japan I knew I had no concrete plans save my initial nights booked at a hostel in Kyoto. The post Vegan in Hiroshima, Osaka, and Takayama + Vegan Okonomiyaki Recipe appeared first on Messy Vegetarian Cook.
Recent experiments with aquafaba have left me with a glut of chickpeas and my partner has indicated a preference for not cleaning up small round foods I launch spitball style across the room for the cats to chase.
The post Easy chickpea stew with garlicky tahini and vegan yoghurt appeared first on Messy Vegetarian Cook. Found on each table at every noodle-hawking stall in Thailand is a caddy of condiments, seasonings to add flavour balance based on a diner’s personal tastes. The post Nam Som Prik Dong: Thai Chillies Pickled in Vinegar (?????????????) appeared first on Messy Vegetarian Cook.
I recently stumbled across Madame Huang’s Kitchen, a blog written by Carolyn Phillips, a Chinese translator and food writer with a passion for Chinese cuisine.
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The post Vegan in Kyoto + recipe for fried tofu and nori parcels appeared first on Messy Vegetarian Cook. The post Vegan in Tokyo + Vegan Japanese Curry Recipe appeared first on Messy Vegetarian Cook.
In order to make Chinese style fermented tofu, firm bean curd is cut into cubes, inoculated with a mould, left to ferment, and then covered in brine. There are a few types of cookie that look pretty enough to dupe people into thinking they are difficult to make.
I’ve been away for a few months and am slowly replacing the freezer burned leftovers my partner failed to spot with new easy meals my partner will fail to spot. The post Restaurant Review: The Gate Vegetarian Restaurant, Hammersmith appeared first on Messy Vegetarian Cook. After years of visiting Thailand, writing about its food and the annual vegetarian festival, I decided it was time to try to learn some of the language. The post Seven Thai vegan foods to try in bpra theet thai (Thailand) appeared first on Messy Vegetarian Cook. Over the summer I had the great pleasure to attend a shojin ryori inspired Japanese supper club hosted by London based Pureism (very much worth checking out if you are interested in Japanese temple cuisine). The post When Rice Ferments: Mikawa Mirin Production in Japan appeared first on Messy Vegetarian Cook.
The post Crispy Marmite Battered Chickpea Fritters appeared first on Messy Vegetarian Cook. Despite a common belief by many Westerners that vegetarianism is impossible to communicate in Thailand, and that fish sauce goes in everything, the Thai language has a word to indicate veganism that is universally understood. The post Vegan Black Eyed Pea Stew with Faux Feta and Gari appeared first on Messy Vegetarian Cook.
I received a bag of hemp seeds a sample once and it was one of those ingredients that I kept intending to use but every time I looked at it I though “yeaaaaaah, no” and deep fried something instead. The post Easy Home Made Pecan Hemp Matcha Milk Shake appeared first on Messy Vegetarian Cook. The post Vegan in Clerkenwell: Grain Store Unleashed appeared first on Messy Vegetarian Cook. In my home I am mostly in charge of all food related activities, with a couple of exceptions.
The post Warm Sweet and New Potato Salad with Smoked Paprika appeared first on Messy Vegetarian Cook. I chose to adopt a vegetarian diet at the age of 12, but there was one ingredient I would not touch: tofu. The post Spicy Chargrilled Vegan Israeli Couscous Salad appeared first on Messy Vegetarian Cook. Following my write up on vegan food in Taipei, I want to cover some of the options outside of the city centre. Springtime is one of my favourite seasons in the UK, and that’s mostly down to that brief window of time when asparagus is harvested locally. The post Chargrilled Asparagus with Lemon & Sea Salt appeared first on Messy Vegetarian Cook.
I landed in Taipei convinced I would spend a few days there before moving on to visit other cities on the island, but instead spent a full two weeks planted firmly in one place. A popular dish served in various ways throughout the country, this is a simplified version of a sticky noodle dish I enjoyed at Shan restaurants throughout Myanmar. Aside from their lack of mushy peas, one of my favourite comfort meals in London is the vegan fish and chips at the Coach and Horses pub in Soho.
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A few times a year I take a holiday weekend in sunny The North, where I mostly drink wine and sit under a blanket at my friend Liz’s house while she cooks for me and I avoid being gutted by her laser eyes cat.
If you love Ethiopian food as much as I do, or even if you’ve never had it before, you need this cookbook. The post SugarSin Covent Garden vegan candy options appeared first on Messy Vegetarian Cook. The post The Moveable Feast Vegetarian Pop Up at London Bridge appeared first on Messy Vegetarian Cook. Veg Bar vegbar.co.uk 45 Tulse Hill Brixton London, SW2 2TJ England Hey, go check this place out!
I recently joined the ambassador program for Froothie UK and the company kindly sent me an Optimum 9200 blender to review and play around with. The post Optimum 9200A Blender Review + Oreo Cookie Butter Recipe appeared first on Messy Vegetarian Cook.
Previously I’ve made garlic lime mayonnaise (which is ace on banh mi), but the combination of vegan mayonnaise flavours seems endless. The post Gochujang and Smoky Horseradish Vegan Mayonnaises appeared first on Messy Vegetarian Cook.
It’s already the beginning of March, and only a few weeks from that glorious weekend when the clocks change and we get an extra hour of sunlight in the evening. The post Upmarket Raw Vegan Dining at L’elephant Vert Luang Prabang appeared first on Messy Vegetarian Cook. I have so many opinions about everything, but I’m still unclear on how I feel about okra. I’m trying so hard to refrain from talking about how great Luang Prabang was eleven years ago. The post Tamarind’s Vegan Cooking Class in Luang Prabang appeared first on Messy Vegetarian Cook. My most recent visit to Vientiane was in 2003, and I recall little more than a delicious sandwich shop followed by the days of severe food poisoning that ensued for my travel companion. I first tried this stir fry in Phuket after randomly pointing to a few items on a vegan buffet so large that my decision-making gears nearly broke (and they barely function to begin with). The post Stir Fried Pickled Mustard Greens With Tofu appeared first on Messy Vegetarian Cook. Part of the TREE Alliance, a group focussed on hands-on training for young people to give them employable skills in the hospitality industry, Makphet Restaurant in Vientiane is hit and miss for vegans but most definitely worth a visit.
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Sometimes a place has wonderful things to see and do, but I don’t gel with the overall vibe and that’s the Mandalay I met. After an eventful bus trip from Nyaungshwe (outdoor toilet break, cloth for door, massive hole in cloth, enough said) that involved many hours literally (hey look, this is how you use that word) sitting in the middle of the road while a broken down lorry was fixed, I arrived in Bagan.
The post Vegan Around Inle Lake Myanmar + Sev Recipe appeared first on Messy Vegetarian Cook. After a surprisingly comfortable overnight bus from Yangon I woke up caught unaware by that thing where it’s too early and not only are people talking to me but I am expected to say words back to them. But we have this treasure in jars of clay, to show that the surpassing power belongs to God and not to us.
In New Zealand, as in Australia, Britain and Europe, we’re still a long way from multiplying movements of disciples and churches. The biggest barrier to the spread of the gospel, resulting in new disciples and multiplying streams of churches, is our unwillingness to share the gospel up front and early and teach new disciples how to obey Christ. Theirs is the story of gospel advance as Phil is facing a life and death struggle with cancer.


Phil and Monika Clark talk with Steve Addison about their story of pioneering movements in New Zealand. Last time we checked in Russell Godward was out searching for houses of peace in Gisambi, Kenya.
If you want your Mondays to be different maybe we could come and train with you, your church or a group of churches in your town?
I got comfortable and settled in to switch off and watch a movie before the busy two weeks ahead and noticed an older Asian man sitting next to me.
Part way though the flight (at and my movie!) the gentleman next to me tapped me on the shoulder.
I talked about how in the Koran it says Jesus was sinless, born of a virgin and did miracles. So, there, at 30,000 feet we prayed and Salim from Sri Lanka asked Jesus to forgive his sins and said he wanted to follow Him. Please pray that the seed that has been planted in Salim’s heart will grow and that he will become a strong follower of Christ. David Broodryk talks to Steve Addison about the place of groups, gatherings and teams in pioneering movements in urban environments.
God assumed from the beginning that the wise of the world would view Christians as fools…and He has not been disappointed. But if influence reduces merely to terms of human flourishing and the Common Good, we are not preaching the gospel. According to Pew Research, among Christians women are more religious than men, but among Muslims women are rarely more religious than men. The poll, published in the liberal daily L’Unita, challenges long-held perceptions that Italy is a ”Catholic” country, despite the popularity of Pope Francis and the historic role of the Vatican City State in the heart of Rome.
Of the 1,500 respondents, 4 percent said they were Orthodox or Protestant, 2 percent were Buddhist, 1 percent were Jewish and 1 percent were Muslim. A surprising 20 percent said they were atheist, while 8 percent said they were religiously unaffiliated.
Italy has witnessed a weakening of religious faith over the past 20 years and a growing trend toward personal spiritual inquiry. Over the next four decades, Christians will remain the largest religious group, but Islam will grow faster than any other major religion, mostly because Muslims are younger and have more children than any other religious group globally.
Its ancient cities are cradles of Christian art and learning, and Catholicism is in many ways the country’s raison d’etre. But Belgium’s devout heritage has been traded for secularism and Islam has stepped into the void. Among all respondents, levels of active adherence to Catholicism seemed to diminish dramatically with age, while the practice of Islam increased correspondingly. The percentage of avowedly “practising Catholics” far exceeds the numbers who actually turn up at mass, as any cleric will confirm. Chuck Wood discusses what it takes to move beyond making disciples to multiplying churches. When Jesus announced the arrival of the kingdom of God, he was announcing the beginning of the end times. Somehow people think that because the kingdom has arrived in the person of Jesus, his death and resurrection, the world will be transformed in this age.
The one thing he did promise was that repentance for the forgiveness of sins will be preached in his name to all nations, beginning at Jerusalem (Luke 24:47). This month Mission Frontiers magazine published an extract from book on Pioneering Movements. The Jim Muir’s extensive report on the rise of ISIS and why it’s not going away anytime soon. Articles by Jeff Sundell, Nathan Shank, Troy Cooper, Stan Parks, David Watson, Fred Campbell and some bloke called Steve Addison. UPDATE: you can download the whole edition free, but some of the articles online are web only.
Convictions: They were motivated by inner convictions that compelled them to share the gospel.
Experiences: They saw God at work — people coming to faith, or the experience of the Holy Spirit in sharing.
My last question to Ray Vaughn was on how God prepared him for the challenge of reaching a city of 6.5 million. I can feel rather overwhelmed with a city that’s a large as Houston but I think what’s prepared me is being in Columbia being in a smaller realm and in all honesty the thing that’s prepared me the most is failing. The reality of learning to persevere through churches that get started and then flop, learning to persevere through teams that feel like are forming and then they don’t, learning to persevere through being in a city and feeling like you’re the only person who really wants this (even though you’re not but you just haven’t met those people yet) learning to persevere through loneliness, through I have no idea what to do next or through getting to 2nd generation church and then it all flops, or to 3rd generation and wondering how do we get to 4th or 5th generation church? Learning to persevere has helped me to realize it comes with the territory of trying to get to movement and no place left. So we start training at Sugar Creek, we meet this guy named Otis, he’s maybe in his 50s, really sweet African-American guy with a real good heart for the Lord but has been in the church for about thirty years.
I’m training at Woods’ Edge and all of a sudden this young guy comes out of the training, Angelo and his wife Brianna. So you get this general type, the ones God’s already got…now we’re giving Angelo lots of time, even outside of training, because it’s not classroom, it’s relationship.
Woods Edge Community Church recently is getting on board where they’ve already learned a lot of these tools, with multiple trainings at their church, but now since we’ve come alongside them we’ve been able to capture more progress and help them go through more consistency of training.
Then we have some through this ministry called Hip Hop Hope through Guy Caskey and his network, it’s been a great connection working with Guy and pre-existing leaders in other networks.
Most weeks in Houston there’s a church somewhere training their people and going out into the harvest. Between 2012 and 2014, the proportion of Britons identifying themselves as Anglican dropped from 21% to 17%–a fall of about 1.7 million people. Previously the church hoped to turn the decline around within five years. Now it’s 30 years — at least. The Church of England is facing at least another 30 years of decline according to internal projections revealed for the first time. Even if it sees an influx of young people to services, the sheer numbers of older worshippers dying in the next few decades mean it is unlikely to see any overall growth in attendances until the middle of this century, officials now believe. The stark calculations were revealed during discussions at the Church’s decision-making General Synod, which has been meeting in London, about ambitious plans to tackle declining numbers.
It is preparing to pump ?72 million into a “reform and renewal” drive which includes plans to ordain 6,000 more clergy in the 2020s to build a younger priesthood which is less male dominated and less white.
So approaching the year 2050, after generations of decline, the Anglican church will somehow spring back to life. Join us for an upcoming event, including picnics, hikes, dinners, movies, volleyball, museums, music and more! I have approximately zero interest in gadgets like these, so found myself pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed this product.
Hiroshima, Osaka, and Takayama were all last minute, uncoordinated decisions that were erratic at best. I’ve been working full time on the internet for 12 years now, and engaging in blogging side projects for nearly as long.
The process typically takes at least a couple of months, but as with cheese-making longer aging tends to produce a more flavoursome and umami rich product.
Each year a nine day vegetarian festival is held across the country, more pronounced in some areas than others, that celebrates a je diet.
Mom, I love you and the effort you made to support my choice, but those mushy tofu and frozen vegetable stir fries you made when I was a teenager were the worst.
The best version I tried utilised dates against a backdrop of rich tomato and berbere gravy soaked injera. At the class I learned how to make a simple jiew, a dip to be eaten with sticky rice, that contained little more than a few chargrilled grilled vegetables, salt and a pinch of monosodium glutamate.
Transportation in Taiwan is efficient, reliable, and fast enough to make day trips easily, so while I was in Taipei I visited a few outlying towns and cities. Everyone goes mad for it, and with good reason, but what confuses me is how dull its preparations often are. Typically it is not vegetarian, but is easy to prepare without traditional meat ingredients and fish sauce. Also, yes, I still call sweets candy (but I say sweets when I’m pretending in my head that I live in an English Seaside town in like 1887). London, SE1 9RY England The Moveable Feast is a vegetarian popup just next to London Bridge station, under The Shard (come out of the station at the bus stop, go left and down the escalators, then around the corner). Veg Bar is a new vegetarian restaurant just five minutes by bus from Brixton tube, toward Tulse Hill. One of my favourite condiments for spice and wow factor is gochujang, a Korean chilli paste, so when considering the next mayo variation this seemed an obvious choice. That means there’s a lot more upmarket eating, which is sometimes disappointing and sometimes wonderful, but usually exciting.


I don’t want to sound like that tourist, sorry, I mean traveller, who waxes lyrical over how cool they are for going to a place before most people heard about that place. Vegan food was available, as everywhere in the country, and the one wholly vegetarian restaurant I tried was pretty good.
The next day I woke up in Nyaungshwe (Northern Burma) bright and early to spend the day in a boat. We pray together as a young 19 year old guy turns his life over to following Jesus, and we make plans to start meeting to disciple him! Broken people are not put back together overnight, but why would you want to do anything else?
The Spirit stirred him, then a slow realisation showed on his face and he acknowledged that Jesus must be greater. Salim’s son-in-law in Sri Lanka is a Christian and when he returns to Sri Lanka he is looking forward to talking with him. A flourishing culture that likes the trappings and benefits of Christianity, but not its kernel, isn’t biblical Christianity.
Here’s the inspiring story of how disciple making movements are spreading in the prison system. Of those, some said they believed in destiny, horoscopes, reincarnation, Tarot readings and miracle cures. All other faiths, except Islam, have plateaued or are declining in their percentage share of the world’s growing population. When it was created in 1830, the kingdom offered a political home to Catholic Dutch-speakers who preferred to unite with French-speaking co-religionists than with Protestants with whom they had a common tongue. Among respondents in the city, practising Catholics amounted to 12% and non-practising ones to 28%. Thus among respondents aged 55 and over, practising Catholics amounted to 30% and practising Muslims to less than 1%; but among those aged between 18 and 34, active adherence to Islam (14%) exceeded the practice of Catholicism (12%). You’ve got to help people build in support structures and patterns that sustain obedience to the Great Commission.
Learning to persevere through hardships with pastors that don’t share your view on church or leadership or baptism. By embracing that role and vision and call I need to expect and say yes all these other hardships.
We trained about who to share with and what to say, with lots of repetitions and practicing the 3Circles gospel presentation. They come to me and say hey, we already have a group in our home, in fact when we moved into this complex we knocked on every door.
We want to make sure Angelo really gets it, and he’s got it so we’re giving him and his wife a lot more time.
Turn local churches into training and centres that mobilise ordinary believers to do extraordinary things.
One is with Sugar Creek Baptist Church where we got started, and now there’s a team that got raised up there in Sugar Creek that’s doing all the training every month. They’ve committed to the third Saturday of every month and are also giving us some short term missions into Houston that are tied to the training. They’ve tightened up some of their Lesson 1 and they’ve seen lots of generations and some fruit. The secret got out about Dalston years ago, but the good news about the trendy vibe is there are plentiful vegan options. The firfir recipe below, although not exactly the same (sometimes location is half of the flavour), is in memory of that dish. What’s not to love about the idea of eating that every day? I joked for a long time about visiting Ethiopia because how cool would that be? Even more, God is glorified that whether Phil lives or dies, Phil and Monika live in Christ. He needs to leave, but before he does Dapo asks him if we can meet again to share some more? We begin to share more with him; we ask if he feels near or far from God and he talks a little about this.
I love that the explosion of Christianity led to a revolution in human dignity; in hospitals and university.
A true gospel will be met with resistance because it overturns the accepted patterns of the world. Some 19% were active Muslims and another 4% were of Muslim identity without practising the faith. If anything holds Belgium together through its third century of existence, Catholicism will not be the glue.
David Milne (above) has done the research on the factors that influence whether a person follows through.
Paul commends or validates his work as an apostle, more than any other way, through perseverance. He’s got every hour of his week mapped out, he knows exactly what he’s doing but he has no idea what process to go by, how to multiply. Now he’s identifying that group in his home as church and putting 3Thirds into that and now they’re going out sharing every week and getting now an idea of how to multiply.
We’re looking for who’s obeying so we can help them start churches and groups that are multiplying.
The first one is in March, they’ll be taking them out among internationals, with lots of repetitions in the harvest, and then they’re coming back to their Saturday training. From that they’ve taken inner city urban poor, folks coming out of prisons, and are plugging them a network of folks really going after church-planting and making disciples to 4th, 5th, 6th generation. I want a renaissance of high culture that produces aesthetic wonders emanating from Christianity. New Testament Christianity assumes that a follower of Christ is well acquainted with scorn (2 Tim. But if this trend continues, practitioners of Islam may soon comfortably exceed devout Catholics not just in cosmopolitan Brussels, as is the case already, but across the whole of Belgium’s southern half. Constantly he is reminding us look I’m not a false apostle because I’ve suffered through hardship, beating, shipwreck, trial, constantly I have the burden of the church. He ends up leading ten of his family members to the Lord, baptizes four out of the ten, trains them and now some of them have actually led two others to the Lord and possibly getting baptized in the next month. Now we’re guiding them more in the areas of Fields 3 and 4 (making disciples, forming churches). They have a training center maybe two times a month where they have new folks from different churches that are being trained. If I have brought any message today, it is this: Have the courage to have your wisdom regarded as stupidity. Any false apostle or somebody who’s not really called to this type of work is not going to persevere through those type of things. They meet now in a church in their home; Otis is leading a church with that family and some of his friends every other week, and they’re committed to planting more churches. At that moment the guy changes, the bravado falls away and he visibly warms to the idea of prayer.
As a result of this training we’re finding guys like this Otis and just want to release and equip them. They have teams that go out every week, sharing the gospel is starting to become part of their DNA as a church and they have members that are already training folks downstream. It’s getting dark and cold, so we head around the area to prayer walk before heading home. Their faithfulness has prepared the way for movements of disciples and churches across New Zealand.
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