With Gratitude for Life and Prayers for Peace
Temple food refers to the food eaten daily at Buddhist temples.
At Buddhist temples, everything is considered a part of practice.
Characteristics of Korean Temple Food
Food As Practice ㆍ Natural Food ㆍ Preserved Food Fermented Food ㆍ Eco-Friendly Health Food
AND PRACTIVE OF
History of Korean Temple Food
A BARU FILLED WITH BUDDHA'S COMPASSION
3H MEAL CAMPAIGN
3H meal Practice
In the corner of the temple's yard
few grains of rice are placed on top of a small stone altar.
During barugongyang, monks took small bites of their food
to share with squirrels and birds.
All sentient beings share together.