Arini Annisa, 21 y old, F. Bandung Institute of Technology. Illustrator.



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Do you want to cook something as beautiful as this? It’s easier than you think, and Madhu Arora can show you how! Madhu will be presenting Ma Indian Cooking Classes at the 2014 Cruelty Free Festival. We caught up with her to talk about her demonstration and cruelty free take on Indian cuisine. 

CFF: What is the most important thing about cooking for you?
MA: Cooking is a beautiful art. Food serves not only to nourish, but to bring individuals, families and societies together. Furthermore, our food choices have direct implications not only for our own wellbeing, but for that of other animals and our environment. Cooking is therefore a wonderful skill, to enable one to live a kinder life. For me, teaching the art of compassionate cooking, has been my way of spreading the message and raising awareness of the impact of our food choices.

CFF: What is the best thing about Indian vegan food?
MA: The best thing about vegan food, is what it stands for. Vegan food symbolizes compassion – for humans, animals, and of course our planet. The beauty of Indian vegan food is being able create compassionate food, infused with such a wonderful array of spices, herbs and flavours. Each of the several regions within India has its very own unique style of cuisine, making for incredible diversity when it comes to Indian vegan cooking.

CFF: Who should come and watch your cooking demonstration?
MA: Anyone wanting to celebrate the joy of delicious vegan food!

CFF: Is your demonstration suitable for people of all cooking abilities and backgrounds?
MA: Absolutely. The aim of Ma Indian Cooking Classes has always been to equip people with the skills to make compassionate, wholesome food. During the cooking demonstration at the Cruelty Free Festival, I’d like to continue to inspire people’s passion for delicious vegan food. 

Thank you Madhu for your time, and we look forward to seeing you in action on the day! :)

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(Source: crueltyfreefestival)

mapsofindiainfo:

Keema Kaleji - This non-vegetarian dish is a great alternative to the usual chicken and mutton dishes, and goes well with any Indian bread. Keema Kaleji is a rich curry dish prepared with two basic ingredients, keema which is minced meat and kaleji which is the liver part of the meat.

mapsofindiainfo:

Keema Kaleji - This non-vegetarian dish is a great alternative to the usual chicken and mutton dishes, and goes well with any Indian bread. Keema Kaleji is a rich curry dish prepared with two basic ingredients, keema which is minced meat and kaleji which is the liver part of the meat.

Under your spell again.
I can’t say no to you.
Crave my heart and it’s bleeding in your hand.
I can’t say no to you.

Shouldn’t let you torture me so sweetly.
Now I can’t let go of this dream.
I can’t breathe but I feel…

Good enough,
I feel good enough for you.

Drink up sweet decadence.
I can’t say no to you,
And I’ve completely lost myself, and I don’t mind.
I can’t say no to you.

Shouldn’t let you conquer me completely.
Now I can’t let go of this dream.
Can’t believe that I feel…

Good enough,
I feel good enough.
It’s been such a long time coming, but I feel good.

And I’m still waiting for the rain to fall.
Pour real life down on me.
'Cause I can't hold on to anything this good enough.
Am I good enough for you to love me too?

Good Enough- Evanesence.

once-upon-a-january:

When I first saw the trailers for Frozen, I could have cared less about who ended up with who. I just thought it looked like an appealing movie. Then I watched it, and I thought, Oh, Kristoff and Anna are cute, whatever. I was rooting for Hans and Anna, but you know, Hans is a shit face (#sorrynotsorry). But after watching it a few more times, and reading peoples’ reviews, thoughts, ideas, and alternatives, I started to wonder, Why didn’t Kristoff and Elsa end up together?

Kristoff sees the beauty in her powers when others saw danger and fear. He admires her powers, and would probably encourage her to use them and be proud of them, instead of teaching her to hide and fear them, like her parents did. (I’m sorry, did the trolls NOT say fear would be her enemy? Honestly, it’s like her parents weren’t even listening.) Kristoff and Elsa also have similar views, like “you can’t marry a man you just met” or “people who run into the mountains want to be alone”. (These are just two examples, I’m sure there are probably a few more). He also encouraged Anna to leave when he realized that Elsa was uncomfortable with their presence. Kristoff respects Elsa’s space and feelings. He also understands Elsa’s perspectives, and he usually shares them. Since they’re both the same age (I read that they’re both 21) their maturity level is pretty much equal, and they’re slightly more Collected? Sensible? Levelheaded? Serious?  than Anna. (Not that Anna can’t be any of these things when she needs to be). I feel like Anna’s bubbly, energetic, sort of look-after-you-leap personality would sometimes annoy Kristoff, and sometimes, he would enjoy talking to Elsa a wee bit more because she’s a little more poised and composed. 

Basically, after reading a bunch of character analyses, restlessly seeking fanfiction (not a lot for this pair, sadly), watching cute youtube videos like the one above, and obsessing over amazing manips, I am proud to say I ship Kristelsa. Don’t get me wrong, Kristanna is adorable, and Anna is a super kind and sweet princess who doesn’t deserve any less love than Elsa, but I just feel more strength from this pair. I’m sorry, but I’m not sorry. 

P.S. Please DO NOT come to my blog and start giving me bullshit for supporting Kristelsa, instead of Kristanna, Jelsa, Helsa, Hiccelsa, Elsanna (Ok, I don’t get that one. They’re sisters, isn’t that incest?), and any other ship. I don’t have to ship your ship, just like you don’t have to ship mine. You can respectfully share your opinions, or you can please stay away from my blog. Thanks.

Seringkali kita disibukkan dengan sesuatu yang bernafaskan “apa kata orang”…

Sedangkan “apa kata orang” itu belum tentu hal yang benar sesuai dengan “apa kata Allah”

refleksi (via faldomaldini)