Macro (large) biotics (life) is a holistic practice that guides choices in nutrition and lifestyle, promoting health as individual responsibility. Originating in Japan, macrobiotics combines the “super foods” of Japanese cuisine such as tamari, miso, umeboshi, sea vegetables, pickles and dashi, with seasonal and local whole grains, beans, fruits and vegetables. Dairy-free with little if… continue reading
Take a break! Whether it’s with alcohol or not, the complexity of taste in drinks needs to be built on, because that is one of the important attributes that commands our attention. An easy solution is bitters and soda over ice for a nonalcoholic option. Here’s a few other drink ideas….
Here’s a few dishes we made during our 2020 holiday classes
Here’s some dishes we made during the Thanksgiving season.
Enjoy a cook-along session with kid-approved recipes that make dinner a group effort. Here’s some dishes we have done.
Both topics could use a whole hour of explanation and recipes if not more, but we combine into one class which focuses on Keto and introduces fasting. I am not a big keto fan, but believe the practice can teach us a lot about how we eat. It is a good short term experiment that… continue reading
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Stuck at home this Covid season? Nothing on the grocery store shelves? Learn some new ideas with foods already in your kitchen.
The current trend and best way of eating is plant-forward, building your meals with plant foods and adding meat (if at all) as a condiment or side dish. Plants feed the microbiome that live in our gut and help keep our digestive system working well. Plants help keep our skin looking bright and our eyes… continue reading
“How many of you suffer from inflammation?” This is the first question asked to students of the class, Inflammation be Gone. There are over 100 different types of inflammation, including the most common inflammatory arthritis. Since we all have different reactions to outside influences such as food, and different triggers to pain, it’s hard for… continue reading