The egg custard tart was Aang’s favorite food.
He’s definitely a favorite. And he has great taste in food. The place he took Korra was a Southern Water Tribe restaurant in the Little Water Tribe section of Republic City called Narook’s Seaweed Noodlery. He treated her to a meal of seaweed noodles, a common and delicious Southern Water Tribe dish.
Since they are based on Tibetan monks they were likely vegetarian. Budhist monks (and not just from Tibet) are all vegetarian. The only exemptions are when they requre eating meat due to healh related issues.
Air Nomads. Air Nomad cuisine consists of strictly vegetarian meals. Much of the culinary traditions of the Air Nomads were lost after their civilization was nearly wiped out at the beginning of the Hundred Year War.
|Bending element||Airbending (native) Waterbending Earthbending Firebending Energybending|
|Age||112 in Avatar: The Last Airbender 114–116 in Comics|
|Hair color||Dark brown (generally shaven)|
|Eye color||Gray or Brown (varies by episode)|
Speaking of a healthy lifestyle, Aang is a vegetarian. His beliefs on the equality of life learned from the Air Temple monks mean that Aang is against taking lives, even for food.
When Aang noted that he did not eat meat, the fisherman declared that fish was not meat. After bickering some more with his wife, the fisherman approached Aang and acknowledged that he would not have been there if it were not for him, and officially thanked him for saving his life.
Avatar: The Last Airbender, commonly referred to as ATLA, takes place in a world of four nations: the Water Tribes, Earth Kingdom, Fire Nation, and the Air Nomads, which are based on Inuit, Chinese, Japanese, and Tibetan cultures respectively.
Maybe Aang was a bad dad because characters in Avatar are written to have strong natural flaws to their personalities. His personality is opposite of Katara and Aang and has nothing in common. Oh sure he has Sokka, but unlike Aang and Katara, Sokka could only be there so much for Bumi.
And in The Blue Spirit, Aang the vegetarian was the only one in the gaang not to get sick. And Sokka the meat man always complained about being hungry, not Aang. With Uncle Sokka around Idk that Tenzin is definitely a vegetarian.
Believing all life to be precious, the Air Nomads were strict vegetarians, though they were not against eating eggs or dairy products, as Aang was willing to eat an egg custard tart.