Food Drawn from Zen Buddhism

Plant based macrobiotic chef Hyang-Mi Lee tells us a bit about her fully “woke” diet + lifestyle

When I started practicing macrobiotics (largely due to my inquisitive nature), I braced myself for a bland, stoic and boring diet-but I was surprised and very pleased to find that it was far from what I pictured it to be. Yes, eating macrobiotically is healthy and natural. At the same time, it is a truly unique lifestyle that constantly evolves as you gain better insight into your body, own nature and surrounding environment. Macrobiotics is a great practice that allows you to find more balance and happiness in your life in its truest sense.

[ What is macrobiotics? ]

The term macrobiotics comes from Ancient Greek, meaning “large/great” (macro) and “life” (bios). It is “...a way of life that guides one's choices in nutrition, activity, and lifestyle. A system of principles and practices of harmony to benefit the body, mind, and planet”* (This is the the most current and accurate definition agreed upon by the International Macrobiotic Conference 2017 in Berlin, with 45 macrobiotic teachers, along with GOMF, SHI, Macrobiotic Association, IMP, IME, Chi Energy, IMS, and other schools, institutes, and organizations.)

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Join us October 5th 6-10pm for First Friday!

Featuring 20% off any service booked

6-9 Plant based macrobiotic offerings by chef Hyang-Mi Lee

6-10 Junebug Botanical’s Dandelion and Ginger Root "Scarlet Sangria

7-10 Tarot Readings with Daughter of Wands

7-9 Sound Journeying Through the Chakras

Danielle White