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A Dharma heir of Sojun Mel Weitsman, in 1971 Brown studied under Shunryu Suzuki. He edited Suzuki’s book “Not Always So” in 2002, after Suzuki’s death in 1971.

Brown helped to found Greens Restaurant in San Francisco. He and founding chef Deborah Madison wrote The Greens Cookbook in 1987.

He wrote The Tassajara Bread Book in 1970, which is now a home cooking classic. From the mid -1960s to the mid – 1980s, Brown lived, cooked, taught or was manager at the Tassajara Zen Mountain Center, Green Gulch Farm Zen Center, and the San Francisco Zen Center.

Now he leads morning meditation for an online sangha, helping them find peace, compassion and humor in these unusual times.

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