Mostly Macro: A Guide to Healthy Cuisine for the Discriminating Palate
More than thirty years ago George Ohsawa introduced the principles of macrobiotics, a diet based on whole grains, vegetables, and fresh foods. Now, Lisa Turner summarizes these principles and provides practical information on how to use natural ingredients to plan healthy meals. One hundred twenty palate-pleasing dishes use the best macrobiotic principles adapted to our Western lifestyle and taste.
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Modern Life and the Macrobiotic Mandates
More on Macro Basic practices
Getting Started Stocking the Kitchen
Cooking Techniques and Traditions
Forbidden Foods The Traditional Approach
Eating out and Entertaining
Meatless Main Dishes and Fish
Vegetables and side Dishes
Dressings and Sauces
Glossary of Terms and Ingredients
Grocery Shopping List
Mail Order Guide and Resource List