Warren Kramer Advanced Macrobiotic Weekend July 2016 Seattle, WA

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Internationally renowned macrobiotic teacher and counselor, Warren Kramer, is coming to Seattle, WA, July 7-10, to teach Advanced Macrobiotic Study: The Pillars of a Solid Macrobiotic Practice. If you are ready to deepen your own practice and participate in the new wave of macrobiotics, get this … Continued

Refreshing Tangerine Pudding

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A slightly less tangy variation of my lemon pudding, this is a wonderful dessert to add to your mild, sweet dessert rotation. Fruit puddings are a wonderful, relaxing way to satisfy your cravings for sweet while still prioritizing your health. We … Continued

Clearing Stagnation

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The tricky thing about stagnation is that it’s sneaky. One day we do something new, say oatmeal for breakfast. Yum. So we do it again the next day. Then the next. Pretty soon it might be two years later and … Continued

Super Simple Tofu Ricotta

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I recently shared one of my favorite dishes, Pressed Salad with Tofu Ricotta, at a potluck for our Seattle Macrobiotic Meetup. Pressed salad is delicious and health promoting in numerous ways. I have talked about it several times in earlier posts. … Continued

Kinpira Soup

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Kinpira soup is very strengthening. It is often recommended when someone needs deep nourishment and to build and strengthen their blood. It delivers an incredible plant-based boost in energy. The burdock, carrot and lotus root can be cut into either matchstick … Continued

Making Millet Amasake

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I love making amasake. I think it is super easy and so much more delicious than any store bought ones I have tried. When I make amasake myself, I decide the quality of flavor I want depending on how much rice koji … Continued

Beet and Onion Nishime

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I grew up on beets and kohlrabi from my parent’s garden. It was so much fun having a deep red color juicing up the plate at dinnertime. I don’t eat kohlrabi as often as I did as a child, but I … Continued

Summer Style Kinpira

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Kinpira, a dish utilizing a combination of saute, steam and simmer, perfectly illustrates how the same cooking technique can be tailored for warmer or cooler weather. During warmer weather, our bodies need lighter, more cooling dishes. Cutting vegetables smaller and cooking … Continued

Crave Eat Heal: Cookbook Giveaway and Recipe

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One of the many surprises of blogging is meeting people from all over the world. One sweet connection I have made is Annie Oliverio the creative powerhouse over at An Unrefined Vegan. Fun, tasty, inventive recipes and gorgeous photographs taken by … Continued

Nori Condiment

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It’s about time I gave you a recipe for one of my favorite condiments! Especially delicious on pressure cooked rice and garbanzo beans, nori condiment can be spooned on top of just about any grain. Try it on millet with … Continued

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