Vegetables For A Long Life

--By Upasika Kuo Chou Betty Baur


5 cups rolled oats      1-cup sunflower seeds

1 cup soy flour         1 cup sesame seeds

1 cup powdered milk     2 cups wheat germ

1 cup shredded coconut  1-cup oil

1 cup sliced almonds    1/2 cup honey (or 1 cup if prefer sweeter)


Mix together all dry ingredients. Add honey and oil, mixing by hand. Spread mixture on baking sheets and bake at 200 degrees for 1 hour, stirring every 10 minutes. Cool and store in a covered container.

      This recipe makes approximately two #2 coffee cansful. Good to nibble on or to eat as a dry cereal with milk.

Names of those who have generously supported the Triple Jewel

Upasika Kuo Tun Schweig             $100.00

Upasaka Kuo Hsien Farraley            15.00

Bhiksu Heng Ch’ien                    25.00

Bhiksu Heng Shou                      17.00

Upasika Tan Kuo Shih                  10.00

Upasika Kuo Hsu Saario              110.00

Upasaka Wong T’ai Sheng               40.00

Upasika Hsu I-chin                    10.00

Upasika Hsieh Ping-ying               10.00

Anonymous Upasaka                     80.00

Upasaka Kuo Fu Laughton               25.00

Mr. Douglas C. Nicholson            100.00

Upasaka Kuo Kuang King                10.00

Upasaka Kuo Tai Dana                  10.00

Upasika Kuo Ming Dorney               25.00

Upasika Ho Kuo Ho                     28.00

Upasaka Kuo Hui Weber               325.41

Climb Gold Mountain

During the 1973 summer the Sino-American Buddhist Association, Vajra Bodhi Sea Publications, and Gold Mountain Dhyana Monastery will jointly- sponsor three five week Sutra Study and Meditation Sessions. During these sessions daily explanations of important Buddhist Sutras will complement approximately five hours of meditation in addition to sutra and mantra chanting. The final week of each session will be devoted solely to the practice of a single dharma, either Ch'an meditation or recitation of the Buddha's name. The dates for the sessions are:

First Session—June 3rd through July 7th;

Second Session—July 8th through August 11th;

Third Session—-August 12th through Sept. 15th.

You may attend one, two, or all three of the sessions. The closing date for registration for the first session is May 26th, 1973. There is no better way to introduce yourself to Buddhism and the path of cultivation than by attending one of these sessions. For further information, call or write the Sino-American Buddhist Association, 1731 15th St. CA, USA. (415) 6215202.