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Perfectly Satiated

A Vegetarian Paradise

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Welcome! Santushhtah means 'perfectly satiated' in Sanskrit.

The great yoga masters through the ages urge us to consider all aspects of our lives and to revere all living things. Yoga addresses the ethical life through a whole range of practices that encourage us to live in harmony with nature, which includes how we treat animals.

The practice of yoga is rooted in the principle of "ahimsa" (non-violence). The great yoga masters teach that "The yogi believes that every creature has as much right to live as he has. He believes he is born to help others and he looks upon creation with the eyes of love." The yogi knows that his life is linked inextricably with other living things. A complete, holistic yoga practice encompasses a way of life that addresses the harm we inflict on animals.
Suza Francina R.Y.T.

This is a vegetarian/vegan recipe community with an emphasis on recipes. When you post, you must include a recipe. This is because this community is intended as a database, rather than just a stream of questions or political rants that so frequently plagues other vegetarian/vegan journals. Please take your political ramblings, lifestyle questions and other personal issues to a different community. They're important, but not as important as a good meal at the end of the day. This community is intended as a database, not a dialogue, so please respect that. Non-recipe posts may be deleted at the discretion of the moderator.

Members are encouraged to try out the recipes suggested by other members and review their experience as a comment to the original post. Please do not post reviews as a journal entry because the reviews will get lost* as time passes.

Please post your entry with lj tags so that we can find it easily.

* not technically 'lost', but certainly difficult to find again.