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LESSON 3613 Sat 6 Mar 2021 Vegan Instant noodles,chilli, mac&cheese
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LESSON 3613 Sat 6 Mar 2021 Vegan Instant noodles,chilli, mac&cheese


Kushinara
Nibbana Bhumi Pagoda wishes to be working partner with All
Philonthraphists  to train the mind to attain Nibbana the Eternal Bliss
as Final Goal
from
White Home,
No. 668, 5 ‘A’ Main Road, 8th Cross, HAL 3rd Stage,
Puniya Bhumi Bengaluru,
Magadhi Karnataka,
Prabuddha Bharat International


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The Power Of A Kind Word | Javabird

“What, monks, is the truth of suffering? Birth is suffering, decay,
sickness and death are suffering. To be separated from what you like is
suffering. To want something and not get it is suffering. In short, the
human personality, liable as it is to clinging and attachment brings
suffering.”

Buddha’s Word: The Eightfold Path

“This is the noble eightfold way, namely, right understanding, right
intention, right speech, right action, right livelihood, right
attention, right concentration, and right meditation.” — Shakyamuni
Buddha at Deerpark







Buddha’s First Teaching at Deer Park


These two extremes, monks, are not to be practiced
by one who has gone forth from the world.
What are the two?


That joined with the passions and luxury—
low, vulgar, common, ignoble, and useless,
and that joined with self-torture—
painful, ignoble, and useless.


Avoiding these two extremes the one who has thus come
has gained the enlightenment of the middle path,
which produces insight and knowledge,
and leads to peace, wisdom, enlightenment, and nirvana.


And what, monks, is the middle path, by which
the one who has thus come has gained enlightenment,
which produces knowledge and insight,
and leads to peace, wisdom, enlightenment, and nirvana?


This is the noble eightfold way, namely,
right understanding, right intention,
right speech, right action, right livelihood,
right attention, right concentration,
and right meditation.


This, monks, is the middle path, by which
the one who has thus come has gained enlightenment,
which produces insight and knowledge,
and leads to peace, wisdom, enlightenment, and nirvana.


Now this, monks, is the noble truth of pain:
birth is painful; old age is painful;
sickness is painful; death is painful;
sorrow, lamentation, dejection, and despair are painful.
Contact with unpleasant things is painful;
not getting what one wishes is painful.
In short the five groups of grasping are painful.


Now this, monks, is the noble truth of the cause of pain:
the craving, which leads to rebirth,
combined with pleasure and lust,
finding pleasure here and there,
namely the craving for passion,
the craving for existence,
and the craving for non-existence.


Now this, monks, is the noble truth
of the cessation of pain:
the cessation without a remainder of craving,
the abandonment, forsaking, release, and non-attachment.


Now this, monks, is the noble truth
of the way that leads to the cessation of pain:
this is the noble eightfold way, namely,
correct understanding, correct intention,
correct speech, correct action, correct livelihood,
correct attention, correct concentration,
and correct meditation.


“This is the noble truth of pain”:
Thus, monks, among doctrines unheard before,
in me insight, wisdom, knowledge, and light arose.


“This noble truth of pain must be comprehended.”
Thus, monks, among doctrines unheard before,
in me insight, wisdom, knowledge, and light arose.


“It has been comprehended.”
Thus, monks, among doctrines unheard before,
in me insight, wisdom, knowledge, and light arose.


“This is the noble truth of the cause of pain”:
Thus, monks, among doctrines unheard before,
in me insight, wisdom, knowledge, and light arose.


“The cause of pain must be abandoned.”
Thus, monks, among doctrines unheard before,
in me insight, wisdom, knowledge, and light arose.


“It has been abandoned.”
Thus, monks, among doctrines unheard before,
in me insight, wisdom, knowledge, and light arose.


“This is the noble truth of the cessation of pain”:
Thus, monks, among doctrines unheard before,
in me insight, wisdom, knowledge, and light arose.


“The cessation of pain must be realized.”
Thus, monks, among doctrines unheard before,
in me insight, wisdom, knowledge, and light arose.


“It has been realized.”
Thus, monks, among doctrines unheard before,
in me insight, wisdom, knowledge, and light arose.


“This is the noble truth
of the way that leads to the cessation of pain”:
Thus, monks, among doctrines unheard before,
in me insight, wisdom, knowledge, and light arose.


“The way must be practiced.”
Thus, monks, among doctrines unheard before,
in me insight, wisdom, knowledge, and light arose.


“It has been practiced.”
Thus, monks, among doctrines unheard before,
in me insight, wisdom, knowledge, and light arose.


As long as in these four noble truths
my due knowledge and insight
with the three sections and twelve divisions
was not well purified, even so long, monks,
in the world with its gods, Mara, Brahma,
its beings with ascetics, priests, gods, and men,
I had not attained the highest complete enlightenment.
This I recognized.


And when, monks, in these four noble truths
my due knowledge and insight
with its three sections and twelve divisions
was well purified, then monks,
in the world with its gods, Mara, Brahma,
its beings with ascetics, priests, gods, and men,
I had attained the highest complete enlightenment.
This I recognized.


Knowledge arose in me;
insight arose that the release of my mind is unshakable:
this is my last existence;

now there is no rebirth.



The necessity to replenish our body with food due to fulfilling hunger is a problem and as the
Buddha said, “Hunger is the worst illness”.
All other illness can be cured in time, but hunger is incurable!

A hungry man is capable of doing anything when hungry…


Sujata Temple, Bodh Gaya, Bihar, Sujata Ka Mandir, Bodhgaya, Bihar, India
Focus Story
Sujata, also Sujātā, was a milkmaid, who is said to have fed Gautama Buddha a
bowl of kheer, a milk-rice pudding, ending his six years of asceticism.

Such
was his emaciated appearance that she wrongly believed him to be a
tree-spirit that had granted her wish of having a child.

The
gift provided him enough strength to cultivate the Middle Path, develop
jhana, and attain Bodhi, thereafter becoming known as the Buddha.

The
village of Bakraur near Bodh Gaya is believed to be her home. The
Sujata Stupa was dedicated to her there in the 2nd century BCE.


Walking
about the place, Manimekala meets the goddess Tivatilaki who recounts
her own experiences. ” On the high peak of Samanta Kuta, in the
adjoining Island of Ratnadipa, there are the footprints of the Buddha.

After
offering worship to the footprints, I came to this Island long ago.
Since then, I have remained here keeping guard over this seat under the
orders of Indra. My name is Tiva-tilaki, the Light of the Island.

Those
who follow the Dhamma of the Buddha strictly and offering worship to
this Buddha seat will gain knowledge of their previous birth.”

In
front of this seat there is a little pond full of cool water overgrown
with lotuses. From that pond will appear a never failing alms bowl, by
name Amrita Surabhi (Endless Nectar). The bowl once belonged to Aputra
and appears every year on the full moon day in the month of Rishabha, in
the fourteenth asterism, the day on which the Buddha himself was born.
That day and hour are near. That bowl will presently come into your
hand. Food put into it by a pure one will be inexhaustible. You will
learn all about it from Aravana Adigal, who lives in your own city.”

Circumambulating the pond, the bowl emerges from the water and reaches her hands.


Delighted
at this, Manimekala chants praises of the Buddha. The last line of the
chant alludes to the Buddha’s services to the Nagas : ” Hail holy feet
of Him who rid the Nagas of their woes.”

Therefore it is necessary today to have a Vegan Amrita Surabhi (Endless Nectar) for
The necessity to replenish our body with food due to fulfilling hunger is a problem and as the
Buddha said, “Hunger is the worst illness”.



 DO GOOD PURIFY MIND with HEALTH AND WEALTH  

To be Happy, Well and Secure!
With Calm, Quiet, Alert, Attentive and Equanimity Mind with
Clear Understanding that Everything is Changing!
And Attain Eternal Bliss as Final Goal!
Kushinara Nibbana Bhumi Pagoda-

Free Online Analytical Research and Practice University
for “Discovery of the Awakened One with Awareness Universe”
in 116 Classical Languages.

3D 360 Degree Circle Vision Meditation Lab.
White Home,
668, 5A Main Road, 8th Cross
HAL III Stage,
Puniya Bhumi Bengaluru,
Magadhi karnataka State,
Prabuddha Bharat International.
Friends



All
that we are is the result of what we have thought. It is founded on our
thoughts. It is made up of our thoughts. If one speaks or acts with an
evil thought, pain follows one, as the wheel follows the foot of the ox
that draws the wagon.

All
that we are is the result of what we have thought. It is founded on our
thoughts. It is made up of our thoughts. If one speaks or acts with a
pure thought, happiness follows one, like a shadow that never leaves.

(Dhammapada 1-2 / Müller & Maguire, 2002.)


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These Four Noble Truths, monks,
are actual, unerring, not otherwise. Therefore, they are called noble
truths.  (Samyutta Nikaya 56.27)

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Friends
Work out your own salvation. Do not depend on others. Budd

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10 of the cheapest vegan meals

8) Instant noodles



 



A classic. But did you know that own brand noodles in supermarkets like
Lidl and Sainsbury’s are generally cheaper and vegan-friendly? There
you can find noodles for 20-30p each compared to Batchelor’s (non-vegan)
Super Noodles costing at least 50p.



You could also use these noodles to make a stir fry. Most supermarkets sell packets of ’stir-fry veg’ for around £1 
(and they’re more than 1 serving) so you could fry these with the cooked noodles, and add a stir fry sauce too!




9) Vegan chilli


Vegan Chilli



You can make your own
vegan chilli from scratch with cheap ingredients, or you can even buy a
can of mixed beans in chilli sauce from the supermarket for around 65p.
You can add soya mince (£1.25 for a large bag compared to £2 for beef
mince) to the bean chilli if you wish, and serve with rice.




10) Vegan mac and cheese


Vegan Mac and Cheese



Simply cook some macaroni pasta (or any pasta you wish) and add homemaade vegan cheese sauce!
Who knew you could make a cheesey sauce out of just vegetable and nutritional yeast? Healthy,

delicous, and cheap!



Need more tips? A favourite trick of budgeting vegans is to head to the
fruit and veg stall at the local market just before closing, or a local
supermarket at about 8pm to pillage the reduced section of the veg
isle, and typically get a week’s worth of food for under a tenner.
Really strapped for cash students have also been known to bin-dive.
Happy [vegan bargain] hunting!


By Ali Ryland and Jimmy Pierce


Are you a non-vegan student, or know someone who is? Why not follow Fresher’s Week with our 30 Day Vegan Pledge for daily emails of advice, information and some delicious, affordable recipes. Don’t forget to check out our ‘Quick and easy‘ and ‘On a budget’ recipe sections for more ideas too, as well as our budget blog.




Footnotes



[1] Study conducted by www.VoucherCodesPro.co.uk, polling 2,196 respondents



[2] Price average for mid-range product from the leading supermarkets



The views expressed by our bloggers are not necessarily the views of The Vegan Society.



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Dahl

Making
your own dahl is quick, easy and cheap! Sautee garlic and cumin seeds
in a little bit of water. Add rinsed red lentils and water and some
broth powder or cube (vegan, of course). Add in diced tomatoes and some
kale or other green leafy veg. Add salt if needed. Once the lentils are
soft, about 20 minutes, you are good to eat. Enjoy with brown or white
rice, or pita. One of my go-to meals that I serve to company.



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LESSON 3612 Fri 5 Mar 2021 Vegan Veggie burgers
Filed under: General, Vinaya Pitaka, Sutta Pitaka, Abhidhamma Pitaka, Tipiṭaka KUSHINARA NIBBANA BHUMI PAGODA
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LESSON 3612 Fri 5 Mar 2021 Vegan  Veggie burgers


Kushinara
Nibbana Bhumi Pagoda wishes to be working partner with All
Philonthraphists  to train the mind to attain Nibbana the Eternal Bliss
as Final Goal
from
White Home,
No. 668, 5 ‘A’ Main Road, 8th Cross, HAL 3rd Stage,
Puniya Bhumi Bengaluru,
Magadhi Karnataka,
Prabuddha Bharat International


The necessity to replenish our body with food due to fulfilling hunger is a problem and as the
Buddha said, “Hunger is the worst illness”.
All other illness can be cured in time, but hunger is incurable!

A hungry man is capable of doing anything when hungry…


Sujata Temple, Bodh Gaya, Bihar, Sujata Ka Mandir, Bodhgaya, Bihar, India
Focus Story
Sujata, also Sujātā, was a milkmaid, who is said to have fed Gautama Buddha a
bowl of kheer, a milk-rice pudding, ending his six years of asceticism.

Such
was his emaciated appearance that she wrongly believed him to be a
tree-spirit that had granted her wish of having a child.

The
gift provided him enough strength to cultivate the Middle Path, develop
jhana, and attain Bodhi, thereafter becoming known as the Buddha.

The
village of Bakraur near Bodh Gaya is believed to be her home. The
Sujata Stupa was dedicated to her there in the 2nd century BCE.


Walking
about the place, Manimekala meets the goddess Tivatilaki who recounts
her own experiences. ” On the high peak of Samanta Kuta, in the
adjoining Island of Ratnadipa, there are the footprints of the Buddha.

After
offering worship to the footprints, I came to this Island long ago.
Since then, I have remained here keeping guard over this seat under the
orders of Indra. My name is Tiva-tilaki, the Light of the Island.

Those
who follow the Dhamma of the Buddha strictly and offering worship to
this Buddha seat will gain knowledge of their previous birth.”

In
front of this seat there is a little pond full of cool water overgrown
with lotuses. From that pond will appear a never failing alms bowl, by
name Amrita Surabhi (Endless Nectar). The bowl once belonged to Aputra
and appears every year on the full moon day in the month of Rishabha, in
the fourteenth asterism, the day on which the Buddha himself was born.
That day and hour are near. That bowl will presently come into your
hand. Food put into it by a pure one will be inexhaustible. You will
learn all about it from Aravana Adigal, who lives in your own city.”

Circumambulating the pond, the bowl emerges from the water and reaches her hands.


Delighted
at this, Manimekala chants praises of the Buddha. The last line of the
chant alludes to the Buddha’s services to the Nagas : ” Hail holy feet
of Him who rid the Nagas of their woes.”

Therefore it is necessary today to have a Vegan Amrita Surabhi (Endless Nectar) for
The necessity to replenish our body with food due to fulfilling hunger is a problem and as the
Buddha said, “Hunger is the worst illness”.



 DO GOOD PURIFY MIND with HEALTH AND WEALTH  

To be Happy, Well and Secure!
With Calm, Quiet, Alert, Attentive and Equanimity Mind with
Clear Understanding that Everything is Changing!
And Attain Eternal Bliss as Final Goal!
Kushinara Nibbana Bhumi Pagoda-

Free Online Analytical Research and Practice University
for “Discovery of the Awakened One with Awareness Universe”
in 116 Classical Languages.

3D 360 Degree Circle Vision Meditation Lab.
White Home,
668, 5A Main Road, 8th Cross
HAL III Stage,
Puniya Bhumi Bengaluru,
Magadhi karnataka State,
Prabuddha Bharat International.
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7) Veggie burgers


When buying straight from the supermarket shelves, veggie burgers
out-compete quarter pounders not just in ethics, but in price:
£1.50-1.70 for a pack of 4, compared to £2.65. 



Making them yourself is cheap and cheerful too: get the recipe here.

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The best vegan burger

The best vegan burger



Chickpeas, sweetcorn, herbs & spices




“Packed with flavour, these
vegan corn burgers are healthy and seriously satisfying. ”
Serves 4
Cooks In30 minutes plus chilling
DifficultyNot too tricky





Nutrition per serving

  • Calories


    417


    21%

  • Fat


    7.1g


    10%

  • Saturates


    1g


    5%

  • Sugars


    6.1g


    7%

  • Salt


    1.3g


    22%

  • Protein


    18.1g


    36%

  • Carbs


    74.6g


    29%

  • Fibre


    11.7g


    -

Of an adult’s reference intake


Ingredients

  • 1 x 400

    g tin of

    chickpeas

  • 1 x 340

    g tin of

    sweetcorn

  • ½

    a bunch of

    fresh coriander

    , (15g)

  • ½

    teaspoon

    paprika

  • ½

    teaspoon

    ground coriander

  • ½

    teaspoon

    ground cumin

  • 1

    lemon

  • 3

    heaped tablespoons

    plain flour

    , plus extra for dusting

  • rapeseed oil

  • 1

    small

    round lettuce

  • 2

    large

    ripe tomatoes

  • tomato ketchup

  • 4

    wholemeal

    burger buns

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Method

  1. Drain
    the chickpeas and sweetcorn, then tip into a food processor. Pick the
    coriander leaves, adding half the leaves and all the stalks to the
    processor.
  2. Add the spices, flour and a pinch of sea salt,
    finely grate in the lemon zest, then pulse until combined, but not
    smooth – you want to retain a bit of texture.
  3. On a flour-dusted
    surface, divide and shape the mixture into 4 equal-sized patties,
    roughly 2cm thick. Place in the fridge for 30 minutes to firm up.
  4. Heat
    a splash of oil in a large frying pan over a medium heat, add the
    patties and cook for 10 minutes, or until golden and cooked through,
    turning halfway.
  5. Meanwhile, click off, wash and spin-dry four nice lettuce leaves, then finely slice the tomatoes horizontally.
  6. Squeeze
    a large dollop of ketchup onto the base of each bun (toast them if you
    like), then top with the burgers. Layer over a couple of slices of
    tomato, a lettuce leaf, a few coriander leaves and finally the burger
    tops. Delicious served with a fresh green salad.
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