On this plate is a collection of the best things I have ever put in my mouth.
I know - it looks like your average salad plate but it was so. good. I ordered the roasted potato, aubergine and tomato bake with ‘all the salads’ which included some couscous dish that was sweet and tangy and is the answer to life itself, a coleslaw that I think had apple in? I usually hate coleslaw as I detest mayo, but again, this was lovely. There was also some cucumbers in a tzatziki type dressing, a garlicky pasta salad, some balsamic, peppery tomatoes and a little bit of crisp romaine.
I wolfed this down as if it was the sweet nectar of the gods.
My dad also had their chocolate cake (which is vegan) and loved it! Soon I’ll convert him, mwa ha ha.
(This is all from the Blue Moon Cafe - the vegetarian/vegan haven of Sheffield!)
Dilgo Khyentse Yangsi Rinpoche, a 17 year old Tibetan lama, puts over one thousand lobsters who were going to be boiled alive and eaten, back into the ocean.
The same lama, while visiting eastern Tibet, similarly saved over 2000 yaks from being slaughtered.