Monday, May 6, 2013

[Food] Get the chance to experience Buddhist temple food

Temple food, refers to what monks and visitors eat at temples, is basically vegetarian and prepared with natural ingredients without artificial seasoning. There are 5 ingredients never allowed in temple, chives, leeks, garlic, onion and scallion since they are causing interruption for cultivating monk's mind and spirit.

For this reason some people might think that it has unimpressive taste as its own recipe for low salt and spicelss food.

But thanks to this special strick rule in temple and also public's increasing interest to healther taste, lower calories, temple food and recipe have been getting greater attention in home and abroad thesedays.

The city of Daegu will hold a 'Buddhist temple food fair' to promote Korean traditional food culture to the foreigners including foreign professors and executive workers who live in Daegu.

In this fair, people will be able to experiece Korean culture and Buddhist temple food!

  • Date: May 9th(Thur) 2013 18:00~20:30
  • Place: Suh-bong temple(Buddhist cultural center main building)
  • Fixed number of people: 150 invitation only
  • About: Introducing Buddhist temple food
                  Traditional cultural performance
                  Experiencing temple food and tea

How can I get there?

This is the address of Suh-bong temple:
대구광역시 남구 이천동 438-7
438-7 Icheon-dong, Nam-gu, Daegu, Korea

It's near the 'Waterworks Headquaters Daegu Metropolitan City' and you can take bus 414-1, 402, 509, 509, 704, 400-1, 414, 400, 427, 730

and this one is street view !


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