What About Snacks?

In traditional macrobiotics there’s a pretty big emphasis on eating three meals a day at regular meal times, breakfast, lunch and dinner. But many of us get a little hungry mid-afternoon and it’s not quite time for dinner. Or we … Continued

Making Bitter Greens Tasty

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Sometimes I love bitter greens straight up; blanched, steamed, sauteed, it doesn’t matter. Other times I need a little help. Some greens definitely taste more bitter than others and this is one place where freshness is really noticeable. Vegetables tend … Continued

What I Have Learned About Sleep

Let’s talk about sleep. Some of us fall asleep easily, sleep through the night and wake feeling completely rested and refreshed. Every night.Then there are those of us who lay awake in bed, wake up several times a night to … Continued

Green Monster Soup

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I developed this soup out of a desire to create a healing dish that is packed with minerals, deeply nourishing and relaxing; supportive of both the kidneys and liver. I am thrilled with the result. Enjoy! Black lentils are a … Continued

Go Vegan: Marlene Watson-Tara’s New Book!

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There is no reason why the foods that are proven to contribute most profoundly to our health cannot be prepared to provide delicious meals. We should expect it. -Marlene Watson-Tara Marlene Watson-Tara is a plant-based, macrobiotic, vegan teacher, chef and … Continued

The Effect of Our Home Environment on Habit Change

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Our home environment has a huge impact on our health. Whether we are trying to implement habits that support our health, or eliminate habits that detract from our health, making small changes to your environment can make a big difference. … Continued

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