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Aveline Kushi's Complete Guide to Macrobiotic Cooking by Aveline Kushi.
I view the Kushi family as leaders in the Macrobiotic way. I found this to be an excellent and "complete" guide.

Macrobiotic Cooking for Everyone by Edward and Wendy Esko.
Another excellent book with many variations in the meals.

Cooking with Japanese Foods by Jan & John Belleme.
A very helpful guide to cooking with the natural foods of Japan; especially if you are just learning this wonderful, healthy art of cooking.

The Self-Healing Cookbook by Kristina Turner.
This is a great Macrobiotic Primer for Healing Body, Mind and Moods with Whole, Natural Foods. It is easy to understand and starts with the basics of miso soup to vegetables, grains, veggie burgers and even pasta and desserts. This book also includes very helpful hints on how to adjust to this dietary change.

Sweet & Sugar Free; An All Natural, Fruit Sweetened Dessert Cookbook by Karen E. Barkie.
When I was getting off white sugar, this little book was a God Send! Great for the whole family!

The Yeast Connection Cookbook : A Guide to Good Nutrition and Better Health by William G. Crook, M.D., Marjorie Hurt Jones, R.N.
This is the Bible of all my cookbooks because using it made me feel so much healthier--even during chemotherapy. See Dr. Crook's book called "The Yeast Connection" in my Natural Remedies shelf for further information on the importance of this type of nutrition plan.

Vibrant Living: A Celebration of Wellness: A Cookbook for Vibrant Living with over 300 Heart Healthy, No Dairy, No cholesterol, Non-fat, Lowfat & Inspired Recipes by Natalie Cederquist & James Livin, M.D.
I feel it is so important to eat fresh, organic and "alive" foods whenever possible. This book will tell you how.

The Miracle Foods Cookbook; Easy, low-cost recipes and Menus with Antioxidant Rich Vegetables and Fruits that Help you Fight Disease and Lose Weight by M.J. Smith.
I found that antioxidants are so important for my overall health. See also other books on Antioxidants in my Natural Remedies shelf.

What to Eat Now: The Cancer Lifeline Cookbook: An Easy-to-Use Nutrition Guide to Delicious and Healthy Eating for Cancer Patients, Survivors and Caregivers by Rachel Keim, Ginny Smith.
I believe anyone can benefit from this book of over 90 recipes from the normal american-style food groups.

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