8 Class Series: Essential Macrobiotic Dishes with Warren Kramer


Essential Macrobiotic Dishes for Health, Healing and Satisfaction with Warren Kramer
8 class series


Essential Macrobiotic Dishes for Health, Healing and Satisfaction
with Warren Kramer
8 class series

The Food Series returns! Back by popular demand, we have an exciting, essential and most informative subject for you.
Day to day home cooking requires the knowledge of how to cook the dishes that provide us the most vitality and nourishment for our health. In this powerful course Warren explains what the essential dishes are, how to exactly prepare them, why they are primary dishes, how we benefit from them, the variations on each dish and an exciting look at the energetic properties of each style.
This hard to find information is essential for you to grow your own practice. This was what Warren did day to day in his own cooking. We also included a meal planning class!

Dishes covered include: blanch, steam, saute, nishime, kinpira, soup, raw, pickle, press, deep fry/tempura, pressure cook and baking.

Class Schedule:
Class 1: Blanche and Long Boil (soup)
Class 2: Steam and Nishime
Class 3: Saute and Kinpira
Class 4: Pressed and Raw
Class 5: Pressure cook and Bake
Class 6: Pickle and Fermentation (amasake, rice vinegar, ume vinegar, tempeh, miso, natto, shoyu)
Class 7: Tempura and Deep Fry
Class 8: Meal Planning

$120 for the full series of 8 classes.
At least two delicious recipes are included with each class.
Each of the classes are about 60 minutes in length and include time at the end for questions.

I will send you links to the recording, recipes, recommended resources and chat notes within 24 hours of purchase. The recordings will be available to view or download for 30 days from purchase. Links and other information are for one purchaser only. Please do not share.

Individual classes are $25 each. Contact me to purchase.

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.