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.
    Root 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!
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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.