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His mother Diane is a macrobiotic cook who has worked as a personal chef and nutritionist for decades for stars including Phil Donahue, Michelle Pfeiffer and director Ridley Scott.
The oblique cut is actually a classic technique used in macrobiotic cooking (her guiding theory, which prioritizes balance and wholesomeness), to derive the most nutrients out of an ingredient.
This macrobiotic food site has a wide variety of premium Japanese ingredients, mostly from the Ohsawa brand, and comes highly recommended by Nancy Singleton Hachisu, author of Preserving the Japanese Way.
The 800-some guests dined on a macrobiotic salad served with poached shrimp that was followed by boneless brined mushroom and truffle short rib and a chocolate-raspberry tart before dancing to music provided by the symphony and Tracksuit Wedding.
The Dragon Bowl is a macrobiotic classic that sounds horrible in theory but has always seemed like comfort food to me.
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: consisting of mainly whole grains and vegetables
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