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RECIPES

Here are a variety of free recipes that typically make up a macrobiotic diet. You can start a macrobiotic diet by making simple changes to your existing diet. I would suggest the first change is to make about half your daily intake of food vegetables.

This will help you become more alkaline and over time you will the benefits of numerous biological changes that will take place in your body.

In addition you could introduce a daily miso soup to your macrobiotic diet. Miso soup is full of helpful enzymes that can have a beneficial influence on our digestive system. It is rich in vitamins and minerals and highly alkaline forming.

JUICES

Vegetable and fruit juices

SOUPS

Miso soup

Sweet, warming soup

PICKLES

Pressed salad

VEGETABLES

Blanched salad

Kimpira

Steamed Vegetables

Salads

GRAINS

Boiled or pressure cooked brown rice

Macrobiotic maki / sushi rolls

Brown Rice Balls Plain or Fried

Macrobiotic Indian Millet Fusion

BEANS

Natto

Fried Tofu

ONE POT MEALS

Macrobiotic Japanese Nabe dish

DESERTS

Couscous cake

Stewed Fruit

Baked Pears

TEAS

Grean and herb teas

Simon can help you with macrobiotic cooking classes so you can learn new skills and ways to create your own macrobiotic diet.

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