The Macrobiotic Community Cookbook

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Penguin, 2003 - Cooking - 212 pages
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From wholesome breakfasts and hearty breads to flavorful entrees and delicious desserts, the Macrobiotic Community Cookbook includes dozens of recipes for a more nutritious and balanced way of eating. Andrea Bliss-Lerman, an expert chef and macrobiotic cooking teacher, has assembled a collection of original and tasty recipes by leading macrobiotic practitioners. Featuring contributions from natural-foods restaurants and macrobiotic centers across the country as well as many of Andrea Bliss-Lerman's own inventive recipes, this invaluable resource is a true reflection of the macrobiotic community.

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Breakfast
19
Soup
31
Grain
49
Tofu and Tempeh
69
Seitan
87
Vegetables
95
Fish
125
Salads Pickles Dressings and Spreads
133
Desserts
157
10 Beverages
189
Appendix Menu Plans
195
Glossary
198
Resources
205
Index
207
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About the author (2003)

Andrea Bliss-Lerman has been involved in the field of natural foods cookery for more than three decades.

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