How Can Jains Avoid Eating Sabudana?

"Instead of eating sabudana, Jains can substitute items that are suitable for their dietary needs. This is because sabudana is often made using methods that go against Jain principles of non-violence and minimising harm to living beings. Substitutes for sabudana include palm stem saag and cereals like amaranth and quinoa, as well as millet. Not only do these alternatives meet Jain dietary requirements, but they also offer similar culinary flexibility, so Jains can enjoy traditional cuisines without compromising their ethics and religious beliefs.

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