Thursday, October 18, 2007

Vegetarian

It is once again the time of the year for the vegetarians' fest in observation of the Nine Emperor Gods Festival which I have blogged about last year here
I was back in KL (YEAY!) and Mum practised this 9-day vegetarian observation whereby the whole family will sort of join her for her meals:)
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In Penang, you will see most vegetarian stalls flagged with yellow cloths to signify they are safe to eat and are meant for the festival. Mum says they are pretty strict during this month as this is a religious abstinence.
In KL, you will need to make do with Vegetarian stalls marked Vegetarian:p

Assam Vege Fish
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Beancurd dish
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Tapioca leaves in Belacan
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Interesting?:D Stay tune for more Vegetarian pics...:)

14 comments:

  1. don't forget to invite us, we also want to eat vegeterian food!!

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  2. The vegetarian food looks ok but I hardly take vegetarian food. Prefer both meat and veggie I guess! :)

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  3. Thanks for stopping by my foodie blog!

    Hey those first two pictures. Isn't that the Assam Pedas Fish that Rasa Malaysia made? Looks so ga ga good! :)~

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  4. Love your blog and all the vegetarian dishes, and can't wait to see more!
    And thank you for dropping by my blog. :)

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  5. I enjoy eating vegetarian food once in a while too.

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  6. was observing the 9 days vegetarian festival too... :) now had ended... :) will go for good food!!! :D

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  7. i always wanna try to be vegan but the lure of meat always win.. especially the introduction of Kobe/wagyu beef

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  8. Tapioca leaves in belacan? What kind of belacan is it?

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  9. I'm not a vegetarian but those dishes look delicious.

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  10. Hey BBO, OF COURSE!!:D I will;)

    wenching&eesiong, you should try once in a while, they are getting more and more creative:D

    jadeone, no problem! Nice blog you have!:D
    I think Rasa Malaysia made the Assam "real" fish..haha, this is just the vegetarian fish:p

    east meets west, Thanks thanks! Hope to see you here more often too:D

    paw paw, then I shall recommend you more interesting ones:)

    new kid, haha!!:D It was fun also right to go for the vegetarian:D

    docchef, trust me, with the creativity and innovation in vegetarian, you can't tell the difference somtimes, between real and vege meat:D

    celine, I think they just made some normal chilli paste and add a little flavour to make it taste salty like real belacan:)

    kelly, they are...and I have more vegetarian pics coming up!:D

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  11. actually.. i miss good vegetarian food.... it's not easy to find a good one!

    thanks for coming over.. your blog looks great!

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  12. Hi hi Daphne, welcome welcome too:D

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  13. I am always interested in new vegetarian dishes. Actually that's the topic for me next column. Thanks for the ideas.

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  14. Hey Cynthia,no problem...let me know if you need any pics:D

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