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Terrasana salad press, Tsukemonoki - 1.2 l

Price €15.90*
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As Tsukemono, beizeichnet in Japan, in salt or sauces to pickled vegetables, which is eaten both to main meals as a side dish, or as a Snack to a beer. With the Japanese salad press (Tsukemonoki) ferment quickly, easily and hygienically your own fruit and vegetables. The strong suspension of the Tsukemonoki compresses the vegetables, which liquid secretes...

Terrasana - Furikake sesame seasoning, spice powder - 100g

Price €5.99*
(€5.99*/ 100 g)
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Furikake is a delicious, crunchy mix of sesame seeds and Japanese seaweed. In Japan, furikake is often used to garnish and refine rice. But it also enriches the taste of salads and fish dishes as a topping. Furikake gives your homemade sushi a unique look and taste. Contents: 100 g

Terrasana - Mu tea, 16 herbs - 50g

Regular price €7.99* -10% Price €7.19*
(€12.58*/ 100 g)
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Mu tea was compiled by Georges Ohsawa, who had acquired for many years, the Knowledge of the ancient classical works of Chinese and Japanese medicine. The result of these studies, the complex recipe for Mu tea. In this very effective tea is the balanced application of the principle of Yin and Yang, harmonizes the body's energy. Contents: 50 g

Macrobiotics

Macrobiotics is a nutritional philosophy that was largely developed by the Japanese Georges Ohsawa. Since his death in 1966, it has been further developed by his students. Macrobiotics are based on a vegetarian lifestyle and have adopted many aspects of Japanese cuisine. The diet of the monks in Japanese Zen monasteries also found its way into the macrobiotic diet. However, your own recipes are also essential, such as the mu tea, which consists of 16 herbs.

Macrobiotics, in English "the art of extending life", should help its followers to live a happy, healthy and long life. This was the declared goal of Ohsawa, who was also close to Daoism. A fundamental principle is the recognition of the unity of the universe and our relationship with the world around us, also expressed as yin and yang.