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Vietnam AN CHAY
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: December 19, 2015 02:33AM

In this wonderful country, An Chay means go vegan. On the 1st and 15th of every lunar month most people in this country forgo eating of flesh and fish. Many buudist here 100 percent vegan. I was thinking how could we start a movement to forgo the same here in America? 300 million people if there is a way to intoduce
this concept it could be a start in the direction the world has to go to slow global warmings. ANY IDEAS? Im thinking on this and looking for thoughts
Peace RHB

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Re: Vietnam AN CHAY
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: December 19, 2015 02:42AM

Vegetarian food is everywhere in Vietnam.
If you haven’t graduated to talking to non-English speaking waiters about modifying dishes to meet your dietary restrictions, fear not: the word “chay” can be seen on signage all over the place. Vegetarian restaurants — from the aluminum pots of a hole-in-the-wall to the five-star-pinkies-up kind — are incredibly commonplace in Vietnam, mainly thanks to its large Buddhist population. You’ll see signs for chay restaurants, and traditional restaurants that have optional chay menus. Toto, you’re not in Texas anymore. This place is an animal-lover’s utopia.

The next time you stumble upon some blog by an angry vegetarian Westerner who had trouble meeting his or her culinary guidelines in Vietnam, just know that they were doing something wrong. Chay is everywhere

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