Embracing the Yin (Lightness) in Our Cooking to Stay Light, Upbeat, Energized and Empowered
Given that change is a fact of life, it is imperative that adjustments are made in our food choices, cooking styles and the dishes we choose to prepare. For a long time there has been a lack of light freshness in macrobiotic cooking. This heaviness in food and preparation can make us depressed, lethargic, unmotivated and leads to increased cravings for extreme foods. We will look specifically at what foods and dishes we should be preparing to create the best you during these unusual times.
Lecture is about 80 minutes.
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Warren Kramer was a senior macrobiotic counselor and teacher with over 30 years of experience. To learn more about Warren you can go to his website Macrobiotics of New England.