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Plant-based Egg Fried Rice

4 tbsp cooking oil (I always use avocado oil), divided
1 block (14 oz) of firm tofu, smashed
1 tsp turmeric
1 tsp smoked paprika or paprika
1 tsp India black salt (Kala Namak), optional (You can substitute with regular salt)
1/2 tsp garlic powder
1/2 tsp onion powder
Pinch of salt & pepper
3 to 5 cloves garlic, chopped
1 tsp chopped ginger
3 to 5 green onion, chopped, separate white/light green part & dark green part
1/4 cup small diced carrot
1/4 cup small diced asparagus, green beans or peas
3 cups cooked and cold brown or white Jasmin rice (you can substitute with any grain you prefer)
3 tbsp soy sauce
1 tsp Yondu, Korean fermented vegetable extract, optional
Pinch of msg, optional
Sesame seeds





  1. You worked so hard editing and making your delicious recipes in your past videos, all the wonderful trips to Korea and educating us… It would be such a waste to delete your past videos. Totally respect your decision to go plant based, but so many of us still enjoy watching your old videos as well as your new ones. I eat lots of veggies but still enjoy my meat once in awhile. So please keep the old videos . Thank you! ❤️😍🥰

  2. Totally respect your decision to go plant based, but PLEASE DON’T DELETE your old videos. I’ve been watching you for years and subscribed to you, because of your wonderful recipes. Your past videos are fun to watch and it’s your past. Your authentic Korean recipes including meat are priceless. Please don’t delete. ❤️

  3. Wow, I support you whole heartedly but I'm not ready to go vegan yet. Although, I have cut down eating meat a lot and have eliminated pork altogether. So, I will still watch the previous videos. Also, I have cooked a lot of korean dishes without meat. Thanks

  4. I would also request that you don't delete your past videos. It is your journey, and therefore your choice, however I would like suggest that you may inspire someone on their journey to choose a similar path to yours. Personally, I have learned a lot about Korean cooking from your channel and have tried a number of your recipes. I'm lucky that it's easy to get the ingredients here in Hawaii. Take care and keep up your awesome videos!

  5. I vote to please keep the old videos up 💚 I just substitute plant based food for the animal products! But that’s just my vote. 💚 making decisions on your channel without asking us isn’t “selfish” it’s your channel, do what feels right for you 🥰💚

  6. Im lacto vegetarian but I have always enjoyed watching you cook . I think its a part of your past that you shouldn’t be ashamed of besides those are real authentic recipes that you worked so hard to develop. please don’t delete your old vids those are so fun to watch and even back then you’d always say thing like you can always make it vegan. If you want you add in thumbnail vegan recipe is available or so, but please don’t delete old recipes