WHOLEFOODS IN MACROBIOTICS
Wholefoods in Macrobiotics
A complete macrobiotic meal comprises:
- Whole grains.
- Source of mainly vegetable protein (fish only on request, for medicinal purposes): beans and pulses.
- Green vegetables.
Round/above ground vegetables.
- Seaweed, sometimes in soups.
- Pickles or pressed salad, fermented foods.
- Seeds, maybe nuts, and good quality oils.
- Fruit and natural mild sweeteners (rice syrup, barley malt if gluten allowed).
|Foods are as unrefined and organic as possible. Local and seasonal products are preferably sourced.|
| Allergies are welcomed and celebrated as a challenge to trying new dishes!
Gluten-free-vegan-sugar-free-no spices-no nuts-no oats-low fibre-no soya AVAILABLE ON DEMAND
Modern Macrobiotics evolved from the yin-yang theories, spread from Japan by George Ohsawa and Michio Kushi in the 20th century, and based in Traditional Chinese Medicine.
The philosophy behind it believes in a balance through food and lifestyle, to achieve a stable health and happiness.