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  • in case you are wondering...
    on Nov 16, 2009 in news
    I'm pregnant...making thinking, cooking, planning, writing, talking about food a touchy subject. All of the above makes me queasy. I will be writing off and on for a little while. Also I'm pretty busy making bracelets and birthcharts...www.astrologi...
  • trick or TREAT-pumpkin face mask!
    on Oct 29, 2009 in beauty round vegetables autumn
    No this isn't the spooky kind of mask, this is the make you glowing and smell like pumpkin bread kinda mask. I love the fall, like Halloween*, but I do not look forward to carving that darned pumpkin. It was fine when all was expected was just triang...
  • apricot couscous cake
    on Oct 23, 2009 in kids fruit grains dessert autumn
    I made a delicately sweet dessert this week that is another classic macrobiotic dish. Warning though: Ladies, do not tell your husband to "get ready for cake", as it sets up particular expectations that will not be met, (I don't know why he would exp...
  • Another autumnal dinner-sweet potato style!sweet potato with a little olive oil and cinnamonlong grain rice and sweetcornpinto beanscarrot and onion nishimetahini basil salad dressing/saucetahini basil dressing/sauce (from the self-healing cookbook by Kristina Turner): 3 T sesame tahini1 T le...
  • guilt free chewy ginger cookies..mmmm
    on Oct 18, 2009 in kids dessert autumn
    I'm not a baker. I don't own cookie cutters or a rolling pin. I guess I haven't been a domestic goddess long enough.But I made cookies...and good ones....versatile ones! They took no time to make. They are a great, middle of the day snack, after dinn...
  • guilt free ginger cookies..mmmm
    on Oct 18, 2009 in kids dessert autumn
    I'm not a baker. I don't own cookie cutters or a rolling pin. I guess I haven't been a domestic goddess long enough.But I made cookies...and good ones....versatile ones! They took no time to make. They are a great, middle of the day snack, after dinn...
  • brown rice pilaf with mushrooms and apricots
    on Oct 17, 2009 in fruit grains autumn
    This tasty vegan dish is perfect paired with a salad, and a vegetable side. I prepared it for my sister after a late night at a football game. I had left over rice, so it took no time to make. She had it with some brussel sprouts, and a mixed greens...
  • rad and amazing tofu dippers
    on Oct 14, 2009 in appetizers kids beans snacks tofu
    Sylvie likes to dip anything in everything. Her grandma Jane taught her this handy trick while at a visit to Sylvie's favorite restaurant, Pomodoro. At Pomodoro ,Sylvie dips warm bread in a pesto sauce, no more than three times each bite, a favorite...
  • Verne Varona's top ten sugar craving strategies
    on Oct 14, 2009 in macrobiotics
    The following could be individual or collective reasons for sugar cravings. Read each suggestion and notice how it applies to your eating or lifestyle. Reducing your desire or addiction for sugar should not require Herculean will power. Becoming cons...
  • "true health" according to philosopher George Ohsawa
    on Oct 13, 2009 in macrobiotics
    George Ohsawa the Japanese philosopher, rejected the definition of health as solely the absence of disease, instead he maintained that health is a multidimensional condition including both physical and psychological aspects. True health according to...
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