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Taking care of yourself is taking care of the world 
What the next generation will eat depends on how we eat today  




Food touches our deepest identity, that mystery which from the earth to the ancestors embodies the life that runs through us.


Learning to cook in alignment with flavours, textures and colours is to reconnect with our intertwined nature in order to enter into the universal alchemy and let life happen within us.


At the crossroads of deep ecology, permaculture and contemplative activism, the kitchen of benevolence is an actualization of the Shôjin Ryôri, (the Zen practice of food) of the Soto tradition.


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