NUESTRA HISTORIA | OUR STORY

Iniciada por el chef australiano Siddhisvari, nuestra visión budista transforma todas las áreas de nuestra vida, incluido lo que comemos. ¡Y como resultado, comemos alimentos deliciosos y nutritivos!________________________________________________

Started by Australian chef Siddhisvari, our Buddhist vision transforms all areas of our life, including what we eat. And as a result, we eat delicious and nutritious food!

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Sobre Veganismo | About veganism | Seitan

Nuestro estilo de vida está orientado a nada más que a lograr una identificación y transformación imaginativas en uno mismo y en el mundo: nuestro discurso, acciones, cómo trabajamos, qué comemos. El vegetarianismo y el veganismo están poniendo en práctica este principio.

Todo lo que hacemos es un reflejo de lo que creemos.

Vivir y trabajar con personas de ideas afines es lo más agradable y satisfactorio del mundo. Este estilo de vida no solo tiene un impacto leve en el medio ambiente, sino que los alimentos que elaboramos son nutritivos, equilibrados, promueven un cuerpo y una mente saludables y tienen un sabor delicioso. ¿Quieres comprar uno?

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Our lifestyle is geared to nothing other than to bring about an imaginative identification and transformation in self and world: our speech, actions, how we work, what we eat. Vegetarianism and veganism is putting this principle into practice. 

Everything we do is a reflection of what we believe.

living and working with like-minded people is the most enjoyable and satisfying thing in the world. Not only does this lifestyle have a light impact on the environment, The food we make is nutritious, balanced, it promotes a healthy body and mind and happens to taste delicious. Wanna buy one!? 

Seitan It is an ancient food especially popular with Buddhists and Buddhist cooking called Shojin ryōri, Japan. The origins of Seitan are said to date back to the 6th Century CE. The word seitan is of Japanese origin and was coined in 1961 by George Ohsawa, a Japanese advocate of the macrobiotic diet.

Seitan is said to be high in protein but only when mixed with foods high in lysine. We cook our seitan with chickpeas or adzuki (red) beans that are high in lysine. Seitan contains roughly the same amount of protein as animal meat and is a good source of several minerals. It is also low in carbohydrates and fats. Seitan is not for those with gluten allergy or intolerance. I’d go vegan for seitan!