August 4, 2014

Kitchen Utensils

Pressure Cooker A pressure cooker is an essential item in macrobiotic cooking, especially in preparing rice and other grains. Stainless steel is recommended. Cooking Pots Stainless steel and cast iron are recommended, although Pyrex, stoneware, or unshipped enamelware may also be used. Aluminum or Teflon-coated pots are not recommended. Metal Flame Deflectors These are especially …

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“Introducing Essential Ohsawa” George Ohsawa edited by Carl Ferré

Macrobiotics Today, September/October 1994, Vol. 34, No. 5 Foundation of Absolute Happiness For thousands of years, the saints, the wise, and the scholars have attempted to unravel and elucidate the principle of one riddle, that of love. How does one love and behave so as to be loved like small children? When one loves or …

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“What Is Female Energy?” Interview with Dr. Martha Cottrell by Bob Ligon

Macrobiotics Today, March/April 1992, Vol. 32, No. 2 Introduction: Dr. Martha Cottrell is a respected physician who travels extensively lecturing on health promotion and disease prevention. She was Director of Student Health at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York for sixteen years and served as the clinical administrator and medical consultant for an …

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“Macrobiotics Beyond Assumptions” Steve Gagné

 Macrobiotics Today, March/April 1995, Vol. 35, No. 3 As an introduction to macrobiotic education many years ago I was confronted with some powerful words and phrases that were supposed to represent the essence of macrobiotic philosophy. “What has front has a back, everything changes, and the spirit of non credo (don’t believe)” were the foundation …

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“Where Are Your Ancestors From?” Diane Avoli

  Macrobiotics Today, September/October 1994, Vol. 34, No. 5  Macrobiotics in America is still in its infancy. It will take many years to progress through childhood, adolescence, and into adulthood. Like a growing person, macrobiotics will undergo many changes as the years go by. Over the last thirty years macrobiotics has taken shape and form …

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