Buddha Bowl 3 WAYS

We enjoy these yoga bowls because of how it lets you invent and create so many imaginative different meals. We always have something left over in the fridge that we can use as a base and then add what we need on top. The possibilities are endless. Let us know below your favourite Buddha Bowl ingredients.

Sorry we don’t have a written recipe for this! We’re currently working on an updated and improved version which will feature in our new book (to be launched in Spring 2018)… So please bear with us until then!

All the best,
Dave & Steve.

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  1. Debra Wallin says:

    Love all three!

  2. Sometimes I feel like you two are within 5 seconds of strangling each other haha!

  3. GOH BOMBA says:

    Thanks for the infos

  4. Thanks to you guys, Im trying my first buddha bowls this week. I get the concept but I'll have to rub some of my own love on it.

  5. Tom S says:

    am trying to go more plant based. but why the different carbs/starched on 1 plate . this would be diner bowls

  6. 縣美衣 says:

    I love your videos especially 5 min ones because a lot of vegan recipes take time. It is pretty hard to be vegetarian in Japan but you guys are helping me a lot. Thank you so much! I really hope you guys will come to Japan. I can be your translator 😀 hehe

  7. Seriously! Annoying and fake, be yourself, appears the food is secondary since you guys are trying so hard to be cute and funny, and your not. The main ingredient here is your narcissism!

  8. Nagy2kan says:

    First discovered Kabocha when I was studying abroad in Japan 🙂 It's Japanese for "pumpkin!" I was like "whooaa this is what pumpkin tastes like?? Why don't we use it in stir fries in america??"

  9. ASMR Nurse says:

    Does a Buddha bowl has to be stricktly vegan? Or could you also make it vegetarian? I'm a vegetarian myself, I just can't skip my cheeses out of my diet… I'm thinking of a crumbled feta cheese topping for example or tiny mozzarella balls 🙂 love easy, quick and dynamic videos boys! You are a huge sorce of inspiration! Lots of love all the way from Belgium, hope to hear your opion on vegetarian Buddha bowls

  10. Love the combinations. I'm a no oil person but the vinegar on top…mmmm. I make one dish meals that are very similar but, you gave me some new ideas and reminded me of some I haven't had in a while. Thanks. Lynn

  11. great ideas as always! love u2 and your foods 🙂

  12. Mars Violet says:

    The fuck? Kimchi isn't suppoed to be red. It's more of an orange.

  13. kumbucha squash is also called buttercup squash

  14. Dolly Perry says:

    Can you do some of these for those of us watching our weight? I love the idea…but I'm afraid of too many calories.

  15. Happy Chinese New Year this weekend guys.

  16. oh…u're really handsome…

  17. asliuf says:

    hey Dave and Steve! Love your channel, I'm on my third week of being vegan and have learned a lot from you guys. I'm wondering why you use oil sometimes though? My understanding is it can be just as bad for your heart health as some meat and dairy! please let me know if i'm wrong! 🙂

  18. Yummy! Thanks for helping me figure out what to have for dinner tonight. 😀 ~:>

  19. Very nice 😀 Where does buddha bowl name come from? i also did a bowl video recently but only one way 🙂

  20. Ellie A. says:

    I really love your food choices- nutritious, filling, tasty, and easy to make, with plenty of eye-appeal. I also love that you use fairly common ingredients that are easy to find without feeling like I have to travel to Tibet on the back of a Llama! I LOVE IT! You guys rock! Your vids are highly inspirational too. Keep up the good work.
    8- )

  21. tralijn tje says:

    made an autumn budha bowl ,potato mash with raw endive(dutch),  roasted uchiki kuri pumpkin,roasted chestnuts, mushrooms,clementine and sprinkel of peanut and pumlkin seeds

  22. Lis Nikoliqi says:

    That Sauerkraut looks pasteurized. What's the point?

  23. Please post the recipe in the comments. Keep up the good work!

  24. keyeshanlon says:

    OMG I LOVE you guys. Vegans with an Irish accent. Seriously I can't believe it. I'm an expat living in the States for almost 30 years and just found you. So Happy 🙂 Know what I'm going to binge watch for the next few days 🙂 Buíochas mór. Beir bua 🙂

  25. This gave me such a good idea! I'm going to try this with leftovers. Thanks 🙂

  26. Gorgeous bowls. Thanks for all the ingredient ideas.

  27. 'Buddha would be very prou.' He sure would. These look unreal

  28. Vegan Love says:

    Im so excited Ive found your channel!! 🙂

  29. So would it be 1 bowl per person or to share?

  30. Check out http://www.sobuddhalicious.com – so many great Buddha bowls! I love this style meal:)

  31. Karla Dweik says:

    That pumpkin looks amazing. Great job, guys.

  32. what can i say! i am so in love with your channel!Much  love from south korea.  oh by the way, i love how often you guys incorporate kimchi to your dish!  i usually bring my kind of buhhda bowl to my work. we call it "bibimbap" here in korea, literally meaning mixed(bibim)+ rice(bap). ye i put kimchi, steamed bean sprout, steamed sweet potato, cucumber, carrot, steamed spinich with korean red pepper paste as a sauce! It's  always 100 out of 100. yam~ I should definetely incorporate quino instead of my brown rice. well the only downside of quino is that it is so expensive in korea…..

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