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Kyo-zuke is the distinctive pickling culture of Kyoto, where seasonal vegetables are preserved using a variety of methods and eaten as condiments to rice. The pickle known as Takuan, long associated with Zen training, provides an important source of salt in the monk's sparse, vegetarian diet.


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