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Macrobiotic Cooking Classes

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One of the most important questions is, where do I go for macrobiotic cooking classes? You want the most experienced teacher you can find. At Atlanta Macrobiotics we are lucky bringing Warren Kramer 4 times a year, and cooking with Warren and his delightful wife, Fatim, during the week they are in Atlanta. So what’s […]

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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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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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Jet Lag Drink

Summertime, and traveling other time zones may be on your agenda! Want to enjoy every vacation moment and eliminate jet lag? Sometimes a week ahead  of traveling to Europe we get to bed by 8 pm and awaken at 4 or 5 am so we’ll already be on European time. But this isn’t always easy, […]

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Where’s the Beans??? Tempeh, Tofu, the GMO Scoop!

We’ve come a long way from Wendy’s 1984 commercial & Clara Peller asking, where’s the beef? But  are co-workers wondering if you omitted protein from lunch today? Are you concerned about eating sufficient protein while selecting vegan and vegetarian dishes at restaurants? What about meal-planning for your family and yourself at home? Are you concerned […]

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Basic Macrobiotic Foods to Have on Hand

Here is a handy list of some basic foods that will be helpful to have on hand for your macrobiotic lifestyle.  Organic is best for nutrients & avoiding pesticides.  Produce Ready to use from Whole Foods or Dekalb Farmer’s Market Broccoli Carrot Collard Celery Kale Granny Smith Apple Lemon Lettuce Parsley Litelife Tempeh  Tofu, Whole Foods, […]

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