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Jessica Porter is a macrobiotic chef, cooking instructor, and hypnotist. She completed her macrobiotic training at the Kushi Institute in Beckett, Massachusetts. She hosts a weekly radio show in Portland, Maine, has written and appeared in her own one-woman show, Zen Comedy, and has been featured in Simon Doonan’s recent book, Wacky Chicks: Life Lessons from Fearlessly Inappropriate and Fabulously Eccentric Women.
This was an interesting book. Although, I don't see myself going totally macro, with the help of this book I can introduce some of the principles to I tour lives. Read morePublished 1 month ago by <3
Yep! By month 8 it was gone... It makes sense, since Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease and this is so nourishing and healing.....Published 2 months ago by Julia S. Finnegan
I'm exploring the macrobiotic diet and most of the books are SO grim ! This one is funny and enjoyable but I still am not completely sold on the diet.Published 7 months ago by eve
Through my health journey I've read some really awesome materials. Porter's book on Macrobiotics is my new favorite resource. It's a fun read with humour and great advice. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Sarah-Jayne
Fine tune your practice.
Useful chart for water to grain ratios in cooking.
Introduced hato mugi to me.
Enjoying this book. A light hearted approach to the topic and a realization that MB is NOT a diet but, rather, a lifestyle. Interesting. Lots of recipes.Published 11 months ago by E. Stanford
This is book is a complete waste of my money and time! It's is more like a cult belief than a book on nutrition. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Amazon Customer
I did flip through this book but as yet have not made any of the dishes. It seems very easy to follow and her light delivery is something rare in books on macrobiotics.Published 13 months ago by satine mullen
This is the kind of book that gives ideas and information without making me feel bad about the other kinds of food I want to eat. Great way to get healthy bookPublished 15 months ago by Rose Jones