Can Kyoto’s Buddhist Cuisine Teach us All to Eat Better?

Meet the monks tending to Japan’s temples of the seasons Enjoying a transcendent meal is a little like having a wedding or a car accident—time slows to a crawl. That’s the sensation I had in Kyoto while I negotiated biting into an umeboshi plum sheathed in translucent tempura batter, a dish so lovely that I nearly…

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