The following is a nishime recipe that is light and refreshing for the start of warm weather. This nishime recipe comes from Susan Waxman, acclaimed chef and macrobiotics expert at the SHI Macrobiotics. Susan modifies traditional recipes to increase nutritional benefits and ensure proper cooking.
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Author: Susan WaxmanSusan Waxman, the director and executive chef of SHI Macrobiotics, has dedicated her life to understanding the energetic nature of foods, cooking styles, and creating dynamic, healthful meal plans. This has allowed her to merge teaching and macrobiotic cooking that provides healthy, tasteful options for many clients looking to improve their health and perspective on life.
What is macrobiotics? Macrobiotics is a system of holistic principles and dynamic practices that guides choices in nutrition, activity, and lifestyle for physical, emotional, mental, social, and environmental health.
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