We’ve all been told that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and macrobiotic breakfasts are no exception. Most of us have experienced the “crash” from either eating poorly or not at all in the morning. The following menu suggestions should help you get started on nourishing yourself in the morning, and setting your body up for an energized day.
All macrobiotic cooking can be considered whole food, but not all whole food is macrobiotic. What are the differences? How are macrobiotic and whole foods cooking similar? How can we adapt a standard Western diet to one -or both- of these lifestyles?
Zucchini Spaghetti - one of my favorite things to do with zucchini. You need a mandoline to cut such long perfect strips. Add fresh shaved parmesan and marinara sauce for a spectacular low calorie, high fiber summer meal.