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Religion requires alimentation. You could say it’s necessary for your daily bread. But that is asking. There is also the ritual itself, which is giving. In complex written religions there is always food at some point, partly because regular celebrations are ‘feasts’, requiring the special preparations on an annual or weekly basis.
Various Buddhists are sometimes given credit for the discovery of tea.
A centuries-old tradition of Buddhist cuisine, with strict bars on foods linked to lust or anger, is enjoying a revival in South Korea, one of Asia’s most high-stress societies.
Are all Buddhists vegetarians? No. The First Precept admonishes us to refrain from killing, but meat eating is not regarded as an instance of killing, and it is not forbidden in the scriptures. (We are speaking here mainly of the Pali scriptures.
More Mongolians are going vegetarian as people seek healthier diets and restaurateurs seize the initiative. Vegetables remain unpopular, though; menus tend to feature traditional meat dishes made with soy
Made with vegetables, meat, or tofu, then steamed, fried, or boiled in soup, the dumplings are a centuries-old tradition in South Korea.
Il ne faut pas confondre le soja jaune avec le haricot mungo, uniquement cultivé pour ses pousses dénommées à tort « pousses de soja » puisque cette espèce n’a rien à voir avec le soja. De nombreux produits sont commercialisés sous cette appellation : soyons clair, il ne s’agit pas de soja !
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A mystical perception of the wheat spiritual nature that transcends it death and be reborn from its grain. A powerful symbol of life