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Sesame dressing tops an elegant salad of thinly-sliced Romaine lettuce, brown rice and diced Fuji apples. ©M-J de Mesterton 2007 For more of M-J's elegant macrobiotic dishes, please visit the Elegant Macrobiotics page.
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M-J's Macrobiotic Pie, Ready to Bake--the Ingredients are as Follows: Filling: Raw Apples, Cinnamon and a Little Brown Rice Syrup; Crust: Organic Whole Wheat Flour, Organic Rolled Oats (OPTIONAL), Safflower Oil, Sea Salt, Cold Water or Green Tea[
Use more whole wheat flour than oats for the pie-crust. You must use more oil than water or tea, otherwise your crust will be hard.
Elegant Simplicity: M-J's Macrobiotic Apple Pie
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Chopped Fuji Apples, Shredded Lettuce and Room-Temperature Brown Rice, Dressed with Organic Sesame Oil and Apple Cider Vinegar
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A simple recipe, inspired by macrobiotic cookbook author Aveline Kushi, for baked fruit desserts: cut the cores from apples and pears, fill the apples with cinnamon and brown rice syrup, and insert finely-chopped ginger root and brown rice syrup into the pears. Bake the fruits in a covered dish or pot for an hour or longer, at a medium-hot temperature. The fruits will be soft enough to eat with a fork or spoon and without removing the skins. I used a six-quart Le Creuset stockpot, with a thin layer of sesame oil to prevent sticking on the bottom, to bake these apples and pears.
©M-J de Mesterton 2012
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Marinated in Soy Sauce or Miso, Dusted with Soy Flour, then Fried in Safflower and Sesame OIls, This Tofu Makes an Hors d'Oeuvre or a Meal
©M-J de Mesterton 2012
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Blue Diamond Growers of Sacramento, California have produced some delicious new low-carb, gluten-free crackers and a line of almond milks that are very low-carbohydrate and dairy-free.
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