The Wonderful World of Whole Wheat

As the holidays simmer down and monastery guests reduce the monks return to their crafts as carpenters, astrologers, morphological plant-lovers, zymologists, inter-web-code transformationers, fruit pickers and pressers, fromageres, dorodangerists and bakers. We small band of brothers take care of this and that seeing that we shape the outer along with the inner.

Today we take quick look at a few creations from our bakers and enjoy the final product of wheat mixed with water mixed with yeast and thrown around the kitchen.


11 Responses to “The Wonderful World of Whole Wheat”

  1. Holly Young says:

    Delightful!

  2. Roshan says:

    immmmmmm………….Yummmmmyyyyyyyy………..
    Thank you Sadhaka.

  3. Kent Salisbury says:

    Wow! A daily blog! Is there anything the Kauai Aadheenam can’t do??

  4. Easan says:

    What a beautiful spiritual essay on bread and life.
    Inquiring intellects want to know: what is a durodangerist ?

  5. admin says:

    Dorodangerist: One who creates dorodangos.
    himalayanacademy.com/blog/taka/2016/12/22/the-wailua-home-of-contemplative-arts/

  6. Amma Paulette says:

    Wonderful commentary to reflect on, especially as I bake my bread, too!

  7. lutcheemee Curpen says:

    Breadmaking experience in our family will now have a new meaning. Beautiful! Aum

  8. Tina D. says:

    Metaphorically and delightfully, a beautiful message! Our Gurudev Bodhinatha and Monks teach us how to live life and spiritual striving by example. The creations look so yummy.

  9. Lorraine says:

    Like prose with relevant images…I love it. This is so brilliant! 🙂

  10. Ramai Santhirapala says:

    I had not realised wheat, flour, yeast and water could be so mystical – many mahalos for this beautiful post! The breads look delicious and delightful and the message speaks deep to the heart – another amazing TAKA journey, nandri.

  11. Hema says:

    Mouth watering..but wait..some important life lessons while baking, thank you. Brilliant!! Aum.

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