Revue de presse
"Extraordinarily comprehensive." (Vegetarian Times)
"It's the Tao of Cooking: 200 recipes for eating in health with emphasis on the grains, going sparingly on animal products. Must read." (Today's Books, August 2000)
Présentation de l'éditeur
• Includes over 200 recipes, many appearing for the first time, as well as seasonal menu suggestions.
• Answers the questions that too often obscure macrobiotic practices.
• Revised, expanded, and newly illustrated edition of Practically Macrobiotic.
In the latest edition of this unique cookbook, internationally acclaimed actor Keith Michell draws aside the curtain of mystery that too often obscures macrobiotics. With an inimitable and entertaining style, Michell shows that being practically macrobiotic doesn't have to mean a life of food denial and strict diets, but instead can provide a way to enjoy eating heathily from the vast variety of foods that nature supplies.
With the understanding of someone who has taken to heart a new way of life, Keith Michell explains just what macrobiotics is all about. He has painstakingly sought answers to the many questions commonly asked about the macrobiotic diet. Practically macrobiotic in both senses of the expression, Michell is able to offer us refreshing and appealing explanations of the principles behind this lifestyle and way of eating. With over 200 delicious recipes--many of them appearing here for the first time--and original color illustrations by the author himself, Keith Michell's Practically Macrobiotic Cookbook gives full creative expression to a man who is always a star, whether on stage or in the kitchen.