In her cookbook Baru, Buddhist nun Jeong Kwan explains how Korean temple food can enrich the body and mind. Photo: Xiaomei Chen In her cookbook Baru, Buddhist nun Jeong Kwan explains how Korean temple food can enrich the body and mind. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
In her cookbook Baru, Buddhist nun Jeong Kwan explains how Korean temple food can enrich the body and mind. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Korean temple food and how to make it – Netflix star and Buddhist nun Jeong Kwan celebrates its healing powers

  • In her vegetarian cookbook Baru, Jeong Kwan says food has a deeper purpose that can enrich the body and mind
  • Her recipes include bibimbap for Buddha’s Birthday, cold lettuce soup, and rice with tofu, burdock and shiitake mushrooms

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In her cookbook Baru, Buddhist nun Jeong Kwan explains how Korean temple food can enrich the body and mind. Photo: Xiaomei Chen In her cookbook Baru, Buddhist nun Jeong Kwan explains how Korean temple food can enrich the body and mind. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
In her cookbook Baru, Buddhist nun Jeong Kwan explains how Korean temple food can enrich the body and mind. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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