A Monastery's Approach to Food and Spiritual Well Being
Wok Wisely presents not only a collection of nourishing, flavorful recipes, but information on how to keep the body in balance. Originally assembled in Chinese for a Buddhist monastery, this English version was done under the guidance of an American Buddhist nun. In addition to recipes and tips on keeping the body in balance, the book presents quotes by about vegetarianism from well known people. The book also covers the use of natural cleaning products in the home.
A Buddhist monastery has taken the “you are what you eat” adage one step further by suggesting that inner peace starts with what you put in your mouth. Looking for a recipe for Wishing-You-Well Soybean Sprouts with Licorice-Flavored Water? You should be. In Buddhism, food is known as...