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"Peaceful Cuisine" Is the Most Relaxing Cooking Show You've Never Heard Of - Food TV

"Peaceful Cuisine" Is the Most Relaxing Cooking Show You've Never Heard Of - Food TV
From The Kitchn - October 12, 2017

What do you do when you need to unwind? Maybe you take a hot bath orget a massage. Maybe you make a double-batch of bolognese sauce or whip up a chocolate cake, frost it just so, and then eat it. My recharge routine? I binge-watch beautifully shot vegan cooking videos paired with gentle music.

If you have been on the hunt for a blissed-out culinary experience bound to drop your blood pressure, it's time to sit back and binge watch "Peaceful Cuisine."

What Is "Peaceful Cuisine?"

Peaceful Cuisine is the YouTube channel of Japan-based chef Ryoya Takashima and it is filled with gentle vegan cooking videos.

Recipe instructions slowly flash across the screen, outlining each step and ingredient. While the recipe unfurls, the camera lingers on oil trickling over a puffy mountain of flour, the soft flesh of two split dates tumbling into a food processor, or blueberries resting on a handful of raw cashews. Every shot is cinematic, delivered in a pale, dewy gray light that evokes a cozy fall afternoon, or the hazy, softly lit hours as the day starts and ends.

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