The following macrobiotic bean recipes will help incorporate beans into a healthy diet. These recipes come from Susan Waxman, acclaimed chef and macrobiotics expert at the Strengthening Health Institute.
This barley bean stew recipe was created by Susan Waxman, and was also featured in our latest newsletter. So, sign up to receive more recipes! This one is easy and delicious for those of you looking for a macrobiotic meal to make. It will be an instant classic if you are not already making something similar!
Macrobiotic grain recipes have been prepared by Susan Waxman, acclaimed macrobiotic chef at the Strengthening Health Institute. We have 3 macrobiotic grain recipes to share with you. Couscous Vegetable Salad, Vegetable Fried Rice and Fried Rice with Fresh Herbs and Vegetables.
Susan Waxman has dedicated herself to helping clients feel better and teaching students how to cook healthy meals. Try her amazing sweet vegetable and millet recipe. Enjoy!
This macrobiotic salad is a great dish to add your meal. A salad is meant to accompany the rest of the meal in a way that brings excitement to the dish.
My goal as a macrobiotic teacher is to inspire my students to cook at home. So here are 7 simple tips on how to make macrobiotic cooking fun and painless!
A macrobiotic dinner does not have to be complicated. Here are the tips to get dinner on the table.
Strong health means a strong gut. The gut is central to the strength of the immune system, mental sharpness, and ability to synthesize and absorb nutrients.
Miso soup is an important part of the macrobiotic diet. Here is a simple and easy macrobiotic miso soup recipe by Chef Susan Waxman to make right at home.
If you are looking for a vegan burrito recipe––here you go! Check out this delicious and satisfying recipe for a macrobiotic burrito by Susan Waxman.
Susan Waxman, a macrobiotic expert chef, shares a traditional Ukrainian kasha recipe.
As the weather cools down, it becomes the perfect time to start making soup. So here you go! A step-by-step recipe of cauliflower corn chowder from Susan Waxman.
Susan Waxman has dedicated herself to creating healthy meal plans and teaching macrobiotic recipes to students. This is her recipe of a easy, refreshing, and light arugula salad with a macrobiotic salad dressing.
The following is a nishime recipe that is light and refreshing for the start of warm weather. Prepared by Susan Waxman, acclaimed chef and macrobiotics expert at the SHI Macrobiotics.
In this article, we will teach you why you should eat brown rice, best pot for cooking brown rice, how to cook brown rice, and variations on brown rice recipes.
The following macrobiotic recipes have been prepared by Susan Waxman, acclaimed macrobiotic chef at the Strengthening Health Institute. no matter your mood, you should be able to find one of these 8 dishes will help you to make an easy, fun, and most importantly… healthy meal!
Tihs Peruvian Quinoa dish prepared by Susan Waxman includes an ingredient list and cooking instructions for a fantastic gluten free dish! We hope you enjoy this macrobiotic recipe that is easy and tasty!
This award-winning Azuki Bean Stew recipe was featured in our most recent newsletter. This is a good dish for balancing blood sugar and caring for hypoglycemia/diabetes, a topic which we’ll explore MORE at our Discovery Macrobiotic Seminar on May 16th!