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Amazing Special 2-day Vegan Macrobiotic Workshop

From: Leslie A
Sent on: Tuesday, February 10, 2009 9:45 AM
Sustainable Eco-Village
Living Farm to Table:

An Example From Japan


February 21 and 22, 2009

Feb 21, 2:00 to 4:00 - Lecture
Feb 21, 6:00 to 9:00 - Cooking Class
Feb 22, 2:00 to 5:00 - Cooking Class

Church of the Crossroads, 1212 University Avenue

Macrobiotic Hawaii and Great Life Cuisine are thrilled to bring you a very special weekend seminar with Deco Nakajima from Brown's Field in Japan.

Deco Nakajima is founder of the Rice Terrace Cafe and Brown's Field, a macrobiotic farm, restaurant, lifestyle center, and spa retreat. She is a mother of five children and a teacher at the Kushi Macrobiotic Academy in Tokyo. She has published five books including the highly popular bilingual cookbooks, Macrobiotic Breads and Sweets from Deco's Kitchen and The Rice Terrace Cafe Cookbook.

Brown's Field is an organic farm based in Boso peninsula in Japan. Run by macrobiotic cook and essayist Deco Nakajima and her husband, photojournalist Everett Brown, this oasis host events related to permaculture, sustainable living, macrobiotic food, and healthy living in general.

All events will be bilingual in Japanese and English.

Living "Shindo Fuji"

Deco will discuss her experience of building a sustainable eco-village, including organic farming, based on the Japanese tradition "shindo fuji" (living in touch with the land) in conjunction with her local community. Now in its seventh year, Brown's Field has become a center of sustainable living where people from around the world come to experience sleeping in yurts and tree-houses, participate in organic gardening, and feel nourished by the delicious food grown on the farm which is then prepared in the Rice Terrace Cafe.

During this session, Deco shares aspects of living at Brown's Field including growing grains and beans, and making miso, shoyu and other fermented foods. She also shares her most important message "living with a heartfelt attitude towards life."

Saturday, February 21st
2:00 to 4:00 pm
$25 for the lecture, dessert and tea free

Cooking Classes

These courses will cover several popular recipes from the Rice Terrace Cafe in Japan and Macrobiotic Breads and Sweets. Included will be several dishes that are all easy to make. The food is fusion style and the class will offer participants a new macrobiotic taste experience.

Rice Terrace Cafe Favorite Recipes
Saturday February 21st 6 to 9 pm $50

Macrobiotic Breads and Sweets Favorite Recipes
Sunday February 22nd 2 to 5 pm $50

Reduced cost for the whole program $110 (includes seminar and two cooking classes)

Reserve your seat now at http://www.macrobiotichawaii.com/chef-services/community-events/

Contact

Leslie Ashburn or Kathy Maddux
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