Instructions on how to use an Oryoki, cooking in Buddhism, videos and recipees.
Cooking in Buddhism
In Present-Day Society We Need to Make Eating Our Practice
The Form of the Dharma that Appears in the Etiquette of Oryoki
Shojin Ryori is a way of cooking food that is used in Zen monasteries all across Japan. As an introduction to Shojin Ryori we have prepared a few recipes, that are simple and quick to do, as well as being healthy.
Vol. 1: Okayu
The person in charge of cooking in a Zen temple is called the Tenzo.
Vol. 2: A Meal Given with Warm Consideration towards Others
Preparing the monks' daily meals is an important practice of the tenzo (temple cook)