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Vegan Bread & Butter Pudding

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Today, we joyfully present Supreme Master Ching Hai’s “Vegan Bread & Butter Pudding.” “You know, sometimes we have a lot of bread leftover, either French bread, French baguette or just normal sliced bread which you don’t want anymore because it’s old and it’s hard. You don’t have to throw it away. You can make it into a (vegan) bread and butter pudding. OK, I’m going to show you how. This is the second layer, (I’m going to sprinkle) the dry fruits on it. Like two handfuls. You can put as much as you want; there’s no rules. Just about this much would be fine, or you can put more, of course. And then, we stir the mixture with (soya) milk, sugar, flour, and (soya) yogurt. Stir it up, and then we shower the mixture on top of it again, so that the bread becomes softer a little bit before baking. And it soaks in the liquid so that it tastes good. Make sure all of them have enough drink. Otherwise, they’ll be thirsty in the oven, no? Nobody will give them a drink in the oven. So right now, I set it on, like 45 minutes, and you have to watch it. After 45 minutes, if you see all the liquid becomes dry already and becomes like a pudding substance, and the top is golden brown, then you can turn the oven off. Because after the oven is turned off, it’s still warm, so you can leave it for another couple of minutes. And then, you can bring it out and serve with soya whipped cream or alone as is. Or you can sprinkle some cinnamon on top, and you enjoy. OK, have a good look. This is how it looks after you baked it. It’s golden brown like this, and all the liquid has turned into the consistency of a pudding. That’s nice, soft, but not liquid, then it’s good. And you let it cool off for just maybe a minute. Let it cool off. And then after that, you use a knife to gently separate the edge. It peels off very easily. So, this is the final product. This is a (vegan) bread and butter pudding. It's very nice when it's raining outside. And you just watch some nice program on Supreme Master Television.”
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