shojin mandala - shojin-ryori, the entirely vegetarian Buddhist cuisine first introduced to Kyoto monasteries from China in the 7th and 8th centuries
Today's recipe is " Shojin Ryori, Miso-Oden". "Shojin Ryori" is Japanese vegetarian cuisine. ...
Shojin Ryori: The Art of Japanese Vegetarian Cuisine: Danny Chu: 9789814516280: Amazon.com: Books
Kenchinjiru (建長汁) was originally a type of shojin ryori eaten by buddhist monks. Made with a flavorful vegan stock and plenty of crumbled tofu and vegetables.
shojin ryori | Japanese Buddhist cooking, or shojin ryori, uses no animal products, garlic or onions
Goma Tofu--sesame tofu from shojin ryori cuisine. I took the photo from Bittersweet, but the link goes straight to the recipe she links.
How To Eat Like A Japanese Buddhist Monk, Part 1: What Is Shojin Ryori?
The Healthy Japanese Buddhist Cuisine, Shojin Ryori / Tokyo Pic
Shojin ryori - simple sesame dressing over blanched vegetables
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