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  • Orville A Knudsen
    The Zen of shojin cuisine http://www.yomiuri.co.jp/newse/20021130woc9.htm No meat, neither flesh nor fowl. No fish. No dairy or eggs. Even garlic and onions
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      The Zen of shojin cuisine
      http://www.yomiuri.co.jp/newse/20021130woc9.htm

      "No meat, neither flesh nor fowl. No fish. No dairy or eggs. Even garlic
      and onions are verboten. And just forget about those ready-made meat
      substitutes. The ingredients used in shojin Japanese Zen Buddhist
      vegetarian cuisine are extremely limited--and yet, one bite and you will
      be stunned by the profound deliciousness of these humble vegetable
      dishes."

      --
      http://www.waste.org/~oak/
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