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Moss "Green Burger <Teriyaki>" Main ingredients are vegetables and grains, no animal ingredients

 
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Five kinds of vegetables with strong odor (leeks, scallions, garlic, garlic, onions) are five kinds of vegetables, which are prohibited in Buddhism.
 

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Prohibition food

Prohibition food(Kinkunshoku) isBuddhismBased on the idea ofVegetarianKind of.Vegetarian foodThere are roughly two types of foods that should be avoided. One is an animal food called Sanen, and the other is a genus Allium called Gokun. It is a vegetable to be[1][2].

The treatment of five 葷 differs depending on the times and regions[1].

Mahayana Buddhism,TaoismThen,KillingBeasts, fish, and birds called Sanen for the purpose of prohibitingAnimalIt was forbidden to eat sex foods.It was also avoided to eat vegetables with a strong odor called "salmon".Often mainlyAlliumPlantLeek,Rakkyo,garlic,onion,LeekIt is a feature to avoid such things[3]..Allium plants of the family AlliumAllyl sulfideIt has a lot of ingredients, which is the source of the odor. "Discourse] Is "葷" as "Smell Naya.CanopyAs explained as (the sound is the military), it originally pointed to a plant of the genus Allium,NamagusaReadingTo do the currentChineseThen, mainly "elementary" (so)AntonymAs a result, the meaning has changed to refer to animal foods.

Zen BuddhismSuch asTempleWhen you go to, there are often stone monuments engraved with "Unforgivable Sake Iriyamamon" or "Unforgivable Meat Iriyamamon".This is read as "Do not allow you to enter the mountain gate of sake (meat)" and eat meat and fishy vegetablesliqueurIt means that those who drank are not allowed to enter because they are not suitable for training.

Buddhism

The plants included in the parivyaya are garlic, onion, green onion, garlic, scallions, and in "", "garlic, scallions, scallions"Agi), Welsh onion (shallot), Allium victorialis (Gyoja garlic) ”Is listed, and“Sutra』In the name of" five spicy "" green onion (green onion)Leek), Scallions (Rakkyo),leek(Leek), Garlic, Kodori (Agi : Asafoetida) ”Is 5 types of“Lankavatara sutra』Also called" five spicy "," garlic (garlic), allium victorialis (gyoja garlic), shallot (eshallot), orchid (garlic chives), Kodori (Agi) ".Of these, only AgiAeri familyAllium is a plant of the genus Allium in the family Allium.

Sankei refers to beasts, birds, and seafood, and refers to all animal products.

Taoism

Parivyaya in BuddhismChugokuIndigenous religionTaoismIt was also incorporated into the ritual (called "Domonzen").One of the concrete methods of Taoist ritual is "Morning Shingi", which includes green onions, scallions, garlic chives, and garlic.cheeseIt is written that you should not eat etc.[4].HerbsToTaoistAlthough it is a sect, "small scallions (scallions), garlic (garlic), garlic chives (garlic chives), mustards (蕓 薹)Oilseed rape), Coriander (coriander) ”Is described as“ five 葷 ”. "Mustard" isBrassicaceae, "Coriander"Aeri familyPlant."Food" that eats only clean foodSai", By dieting coarsely and saving food,"Five visceraIt is believed that "cleanliness" can be maintained.

Unlike Buddhism, Sankei is one of the birds.Geese, Of the beastdog, Of the fish, mullet (ボ ラ) Or turtle (Turtle)[5].

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  1. ^ a b "Why you shouldn't use "garlic" in shōjin ryō”. NHK text view (NHK Publishing). October 2015th, 7Browse.
  2. ^ Aoe Kakuho 2012, p. 2.
  3. ^ Shoyo Yoshimura 2014, pp. 30–33.
  4. ^ 鍾 肇 Peng 2001, p. 224.
  5. ^ Zhu Guo Guo "A small piece of spring.XNUMX 卷 XNUMX."Ji-Ji-Ki" "Ten-Kou, Ji-Ku-Ku, Mizu-Kai-Kuyo.

References

  • Aoe Kakuho "Temple Rice: Recipes for Temples You Can Make at Home 99" Discover Twenty One, 2012.ISBN 9784799312483.
  • Shoyo Yoshimura, "Eat porridge when your heart is tired: Zen teachings to eat abundantly and live politely," Gentosha, 2014.ISBN 9784344026254.
  • 鍾 肇 Peng, ed (2001) (Chinese). Taoist dictionaryReligious Dictionary Series. Shanghai: Shanghai Lexicographical Publisher. ISBN 7-53260734-8 

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