Introducing Macrobiotic Cooking A Primer And Cookbook (Paperback)
|Author: Wendy/ Kushi Esko|
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|Whether you are a new or long-time follower of the macrobiotic lifestyle, Introducing Macrobiotic Cooking is the first place to turn for information about macrobiotics, recipes, and cooking techniques. Fully illustrated, it covers all the basics of homestyle macrobiotic cooking. It includes guidelines for setting up a macrobiotic kitchen, selection of proper cookware and utensils; shopping for the highest-quality natural ingredients; and planning balanced meals. Over 200 easy-to-follow recipes are arranged according to food type, including sections on preparing whole grain, bean, vegetable, and sea vegetable dishes, as well as baking whole grain breads. There is a section on preparing soy foods like tofu and tempeh, and using products such as miso, tamari, umeboshi, and amazake. Rounding out the recipes are special guidelines for preparing pickles, salads, seafood, and sugar-free natural desserts. Never has it been easier to adapt macrobiotic cooking to today's lifestyles.|
From the Publisher:
Since it first appeared, Introducing Macrobiotic Cooking has become a classic in the field as a practical guide and an essential cookbook. Written by two worldrenowned
macrobiotic cooking instructors, this book has been used by thousands of people who are looking for a healthier approach to preparing meals. Whether you are a new or long-time follower of the macrobiotic lifestyle, Introducing Macrobiotic Cooking is the first place to turn for information on macrobiotics, as well as for recipes and cooking techniques.
This illustrated book includes guidelines for setting up a macrobiotic kitchen, shopping for ingredients, and planning balanced meals. Then over 200 recipes are arranged according to food type, including sections on preparing whole grain, bean, vegetable, and sea vegetable dishes; baking whole grain breads; and preparing soyfoods. With Introducing Macrobiotic Cooking, balance, tradition, and common sense will easily find a place in your kitchen.