Monthly Archives: March 2013

Macrobiotic Meals to Go!

Macrobiotic Meals in Atlanta is very easy! Freshly cooked meals prepared daily, ready for you, using the highest quality macrobiotic and organic ingredients, centrally located in Dunwoody, Georgia, near GA 400. Usually ready by noon, each meal contains a home-made soup, grain dish and several vegetable dishes, including many amazing macrobiotic specialty dishes, all designed […]

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Macrobiotic Leftovers Class

Sometimes we purposely want ‘em, and sometimes they just show up by mistake, but we all have leftover’s sometimes. No matter how carefully we plan our recipes and cooking quantities. Now the trick, especially when cooking for ultimate health, and even to overcome a serious illness, is learning to deliciously prepare leftovers! My Creative Use […]

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Try the Macrobiotic Diet before Stomach Reduction Surgery

Just a note about stomach reduction surgery. This surgery is a very drastic and permanent measure for what very well may be a temporary and reversible situation. The people I personally know who have had this surgery were originally told it could be reversed whenever they would elect to do so, only to later find out they were not […]

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Macrobiotic Cooking Classes

We have clients study the Macrobiotic Diet with us from around the world. South Africa, Japan, Holland, Dubais – and we may be in your backyard right here in Georgia! So take advantage of our Macrobiotic Diet Cooking Classes, both private and group classes. Have a busy schedule? We tailor our classes to your availability. […]

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Learn Nabe Cooking!

That’s perfectly right! This awesome Nabe Cooking is just as Gluten-Free as you wanna make it! So, if you’ve been enchanted by the idea of vegan or macrobiotic cooking directly at your table, for 2 or company, and gluten-free is a criteria for you – look no more! Call it Nabe, Hooto, Shabu-Shabu, we’ll cover it […]

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Kids Jump All Aboard a Fun Macrobiotic Kitchen Ride

Let me tell you about our daughter Karyn. When our granddaughter, Brittany, was 18 months old, Karyn called me saying, I just gave Brittany her first macrobiotic cooking lesson! She cut the vegetables, stirred the food, measured the water, added the rice, and made gomashio! Music to my ears. With all the love we have […]

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Kids and Macrobiotic Diet

In every macrobiotic cooking class when kids are still within the home, my clients ask, what do I feed my children? It’s a huge concern. Young women diagnosed with breast and other cancers, and researching alternative cancer treatments, invariably worry this dilemma. Realizing they want to change their eating, but not wanting to make waves […]

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Heart Drink

Doesn’t everyone take their copy of the newest macrobiotic diet book to their cardiologist’s visit? Or do you just take the coumadin they suggest, and be done with it? Last month once again my husband and I were ever so grateful for our knowledge and 17 year long practice of following the macrobiotic diet and […]

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Eating Out, Eating Right

Our macrobiotic counselor Warren Kramer says balance is the most important part of our macrobiotic diet. We eat in, we eat out. And believe it or not, this can be a difficult part of practicing macrobiotics. Why eat out, we ask? Our food at home is organic, top quality Mitoku products, cooked exactly as we […]

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Out to Eat in Atlanta

When dining out in restaurants here are guidelines to maintain a healthy macrobiotic diet. When you frequent restaurants you can fax this list ahead or call in advance, and simplify your ordering at the table. We cover this information more in depth in our macrobiotic cooking classes. AVOID THESE FOODS Please omit these foods and […]

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