Korean Temples & Food
Jung Lee
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Language:English
Product Made In:South Korea
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Paperback: 368 pages.
Dimensions(in inches): 1.06X0.16X8.78
Author: Jung Lee
Publisher: YeinArt
Weight(g): 1540g

Are human beings affected in their mind and spirit, as well as their bodies, by what they eat? Yes, they are, and very much so, according to Buddhist monks. Thatí»s why five herbs of garlic, chives, leeks, onions and asafetida are avoided in temple food. These vegetables are believed by the hermits in the mountain to sway the peacefulness of the mind and arouse sexual desire. "Korean Temples & Food" introduces culinary highlights of 77 high-profile temples across the country. Pictures and recipes of the food are provided, with beautiful pictures of the temples acting as "side dishes." The author is a professional photographer and teaches at Kaywon School of the Arts and Design and at KukMin University. , Are human beings affected in their mind and spirit, as well as their bodies, by what they eat? Yes, they are, and very much so, according to Buddhist monks. That

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