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Pirello says, "Macrobiotics is an understanding that that food is energy, that everything we eat becomes part of us and helps create who we become." With this philosophy in mind, she advises how to plan menus, shop for quality ingredients, and combine foods for optimum energy. She then jumps right into her collection of more than 500 recipes, among them Fresh Corn Chowder, Béchamel Sauce, and Chocolate Hazelnut Torte. They should appeal to entire families; beans, tofu, and sea vegetables do figure prominently in many dishes, but rarely have these much-maligned ingredients sounded so tantalizing. Pirello's sassiness, adventuring spirit, and lust for life are readily apparent in these recipes, and her book should certainly help make the transition to a whole-foods lifestyle a smooth one. --Erica Jorgensen
Her cookbooks are fantastic - this one is a gift for my friend.Published 9 months ago by Phyllis Euler
This is my bible. Whenever I'm stumped for a new idea on cooking, I look for this book. It has become my standby now for over 3 years since attending cooking school. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Coyote smiling
I've watched Christina on Create TV and I ordered her book to try some of the recipes...but there are so many wonky ingredients that I do not have in my kitchen. Read morePublished 22 months ago by perezlin
More of a "how to become a vegetarian" book than a cook book. Yes there are recipes but not much variety. More of an encyclopedia type book.Published on November 5, 2013 by Julie Moser
Loved it. Christina makes learning about cooking assorted vegetable intersting.She has crediblitly in my book. It seems like agreat plan to tryPublished on May 17, 2013 by Judy Schwarz
This book was a good intro to a macrobiotic lifestyle/diet. There are tons of recipes, and even though I'm not planning on going full on vegan/macro, I plan on using the recipes... Read morePublished on April 23, 2013 by Amazon Customer
Was looking for a macrobiotic based cookbook to give me more ideas and I am very satisfied with this book.Published on December 13, 2012 by momsneighborhood
At least I think it is the same book?? Stupid me. Bought the second "Cooking the whole foods way" because I love the carmen miranda ish cover. Read morePublished on December 9, 2012 by B Andrews