This is not just a bunch of recipes, though it has some good ones.
The book is wonderfully written and you don't feel as if you're reading a cook book or recipe book - it all flows together so seamlessly.
This book brings back the joy of cooking not just as an art form but as nurturing as mother earth is.
Was looking for a book on shōjin ryōri cooking. This book is Hollywood Zen recipes not true Zen monastery cooking.Published 3 months ago by Puma
This is a lovely book with a lot of insight into life at an American Zen monastery. Unfortunately, I haven't found the recipes themselves to work for our family, due to both sizing... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Dakini
I had great expectations of 3 Bowls, when a friend recommended the book as a great trove of vegetarian recipes. Read morePublished 9 months ago by MS
Good Recipes. I love all the non food Dharma inputs. I appreciate the tips and stories to help me be mindful while cooking / eating / existing. I love this book.Published 11 months ago by Scott E. James
I love to cook and I have recently found out that I am highly allergic to preservatives and hormones in food. Read morePublished 16 months ago by April Hughes-Spann
We purchased this book after spending time at the Buddhist monastery in upstate New York. The food served there was simple yet phenomenal. Read morePublished on July 11, 2012 by yoginime
The reason I bought this book back in 2003 was because we were simple living mode and wanted simple but delicious meals. And we are huge fans of soup. Read morePublished on October 9, 2011 by Beth DeRoos
I had to beg my late husband to allow me to purchase this book (because we attend a conservative Christian fellowship and he didn't like the idea of the spiritual stories in the... Read morePublished on October 22, 2010 by J. Anderson
I grew up in Wisconsin where every meal had red meat. Yep, that is right, three times a day 21 times a week.
I went to this monastery for 10 days. Read more