Macrobiotic Cooking, Recipes, and Tips
By Jen Hoy
Macrobiotic and Whole Foods Cooking: What's the Difference?
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?
This section includes basic grain recipes as well as more involved dishes.
- Steamed or Boiled Brown Rice Recipe
- Macrobiotic Pressure Cooked Brown Rice Recipe
- Basic Millet Pilaf
- Quinoa wih mushrooms and Ginger
- Brown Basmati and Wild Rice Pilaf
Macrobiotic Vegetable Recipes
Steaming, roasting and steam sauté are three common cooking techniques in the macrobiotic kitchen. Tropical and nightshade vegetables are traditionally not used at all.
- Bitter Greens with Broth Reduction
- Macrobiotic Baked Winter Squash Recipe
- Butternut Squash and Brussels Sprouts
- Glazed Beets Recipe
- Roasted Cauliflower with Shallots and Herbs