Adding Richness to Miso Soup

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There are times, especially in the cooler months, when I crave a hearty, richer miso soup. A basic miso soup is mostly broth, with bits of wakame, maybe a few slices of daikon, shiitake mushroom, miso and a scallion garnish. … Continued

Winter Dishes for Celebration

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We are heading into a season of shared meals, celebration and getting cozy. Here are some of my tried and true dishes that are great additions to cooler weather and feeling nourished among friends and loved ones. I have included … Continued

Increasing Efficiency in the Kitchen: Batch Cooking

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I am so grateful for the plant-based movement. Many times I have read a book by Dr Fuhrman or listened to an interview with Dr. Klaper or Dr. Doug Lisle and gained incredible insight that I incorporate into my macrobiotic … Continued

Osteoporosis Stew

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I first made this bean soup for a friend about a year ago. We were looking for dishes to support bone health and this stew, with delicious black soy beans, sea vegetables and winter squash, is lovely and super nourishing. … Continued

Plant-Based Macrobiotic Workshop April 26-29, 2018 Seattle, WA

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Internationally renowned macrobiotic teacher, Warren Kramer, will be in Seattle April 26-29 for a lively spring workshop and individual health consultations. These classes are just in time to help us support our bodies as we transition from spring into summer. … Continued

Daikon Rounds with Mirin

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A few days ago I was craving daikon and looking for inspiration. I looked through a few of my cookbooks and noticed a recipe in Alicia Silverstone’s book The Kind Diet that looked perfect. I have made a few changes to reduce the … Continued

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