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Vegan Black Metal Chef : Pad Thai

Pad thai (ผัดไทย), served in Bangkok.
Are you ready for some EXTREME cooking that is totally METAL?!

Well there is a new chef on the block, he goes by the moniker of the

(aka Brian Manowitz.)

This first episode from him is his recipie for none other than the tasty dish of Pad Thai, just "vegan".

Vegan by the way is elimination of any non-human animal products.  So in a vegan diet there is no dairy, no eggs, no fish, no chicken, no pork, etc., period.  Just good ole plant matter in one form or another.  (contrary to popular belief vegan food does not contain vegans, carry on.)

Here is the video! It weighs in at over 14 min and while the black metal riff and menacing vocals are initial unique and entertaining, it can get a bit grating to some, so if you want to skip to the end after a min or two that's perfectly fine!

Now for the video!

Don't forget to subscribe to his youtube channel, visit his website, where he's got the audio up, and to call on the dark arts if your own recipe doesn't turn out! Hehe.

Hope you enjoyed this post and thanks for stopping by!


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