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Chef LeeZ

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TA #1 since 2011! Try our free Vegan Thai cuisine recipes at http://ChefLeeZ.com. or our Android optimizd site http://ThaiCookingSchoolBKK.com. "WHERE IT ABOUT YOU, OUR STUDENT"
Veg Status:
Mostly Vegetarian
Location:
Bangkok,Thailand
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Joined:
07 Jan 2013
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Religion/Path:
Muslim
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Fav Place:
Thailand
Fav Books:
Cooking Books
Fav Music:
80's & 90's
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My Website:
http://www. ChefLeeZ.com
Last Login:
24 May 2013
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Reasons why I prefer to eat vegetarian or vegan:

It ensures I have sufficient vegetable matter in my diet. I believe to actually improve the care of animals one must be politically active for same. Animal care won't change because I was selective as to which animals i do and do not eat.

I joined HappyCow Members Community because:

Chef Leez ... Thai Cooking School BKK ... is Thailand TA #1 culinary arts school since 2011. We wish to extend our services to the Happy Cow community.

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Some of my favorite veg*n foods include:

Thai Mushroom Salad, Tom Yum Soup, Pad Thai, See the free vegan recipes at http://chefleez.com

Here are some books, movies, magazines, and my favorites that I would recommend to other HappyCow members:

Cook Books, Fruit sculpture books, vegetable carving books

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Chef LeeZ

Posted on 29 Jan 2013

All vegans - vegetarians should know there are very few vegetarians in Thailand. This means if restaurants were to attempt to keep their business meat free it would be almost impossible to staff. Just so you know ... Thai national vegetarians are extremely rare .. making near impossible to place meat free staff in a vegetarian-vegan restaurant in Thailand and this means a meat free restaurant probably doesn't exist ... and there is even a less chance of cooking schools being meat free ... SO don't be sucked in by glossy pictures and sales generating print and check us out on Trip Advisor (as happy Cow has no category for us) #1 Thailand culinary arts cooking school since 2011 http://ChefLeeZ.com, and get the truth, then go!

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