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Fail to Succeed

I’ve been reading a lot lately and this one little quote I found really hit things home for me and I think it’s so applicable to people who are learning how to cook: Seth Godin said, “Test lots of things. Fail often.” I’ve been seeing this theme come up all over the place so it’s helping […]

Things I Love: Lemongrass

What is it about this plant, lemongrass, that is rocking my world right now?! I can’t seem to get enough of this delicious flavor, especially in soup.  While sipping my homemade Thai-style vegan Tom-Yum, I decided to look up the health benefits out of curiosity. It’s power packed with goodness!  Here’s what a couple of […]

Macrobiotic Hawaii Mission Statement

My goals are to: •       build community by providing a forum for people to meet, share, and exchange information and ideas as equal human beings through healthy discussions. •       cook healthy food of the best possible quality available with positive energy. Organic ingredients (such as grains, beans, and leafy greens) are my priority, and I […]

Osechi Ryori (Photos & Recipes)

I’ve put together a set of recipes that I’ve never shared before, until now, that highlight some of the deliciousness I learned during my macrobiotic studies in Japan. Some of the dishes are pictured here.  I explain what the symbolism is for certain ingredients as well as recipes.  The dishes eaten during the first few days […]

Hidden Costs of Eating “Cheap Food”

Health Scientific studies are now starting to implicate genetically modified foods to infertility Studies show conventionally grown food has lower nutrient value High fat and sugar diets lead to obesity, hypoglycemia and diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, digestive distress, among many other common lifestyle related illnesses (Plant-based diets prevent and reverse the same ailments.) There are […]