Shojin ryori, the food of Buddhist monks 精進料理

At the Buddhist table

A special vegetarian, often vegan, diet is followed by monks and believers in areas influenced by Chinese Buddhism. It is called shojin ryori in Japanese, which can be translated as "food of devotion".

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