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“In these heartfelt tributes, we glimpse Michio’s many sides, as members of his family, teachers and students, counseling clients, and associates share their treasured memories, reflections, and anecdotes.
“The most indelible portrait we glimpse, of course, is of Michio in the lecture room, drawing spirals on the blackboard, explaining the hitherto unexplainable, and like the commander of the Starship Enterprise suddenly trans-porting the entire class to a higher octave at warp speed with his spiritual teachings.
“Off center stage, too, we glimpse life growing up in the Kushi family, living in the Kushi House, and occasional bingeing with Michio after the last class or consultation of the day.
“Then, most mysteriously, there are the many private moments in which Michio reveals a person’s past relationships, current family situation, or future destiny that no one could possibly know.”
—from the Introduction
HOT OFF THE PRESSES! TRIBUTES TO MICHIO KUSHI
Cathy Albanese • Carlos Aponte • Andrea Beaman • Jan Belleme • John Belleme • Simon Brown• Martha C. Cottrell • M.D. • Mina Dobic • Christian Elwell • Edward Esko • Wendy Esko• Bernard Faber • Alice Fava • Olaf Fischer • Drusilla Graham • Virginia M. Harper • Rod House • Naomi Ichikawa • Alex Jack • Gale Jack • Phil Jannetta • Woody Johnson • Sachi Kato • Bill Kaufman • Kit Kitatani• Ron Koetzsch • Susan Krieger • Dennis Kucinich • Angelica Kushi • Gabriele Kushi • Hisao Kushi • Lawrence Hauro Kushi • Lianna Kushi • Norio Kushi
• Phiya Kushi • Sean Kushi • Janet Lacey • Carol Louro • Judy MacKenney • Larry MacKenney• Robert Mattson • Mitsuko Mikami • Tom Monte • Rich Myers• Gideon Nelissen • Wieke and Horriah Nelissen • Mayumi Niimi Nishimura • Patricio Garcia de Parades • Zlatko Pejic • Christina Pirello • Jessica Porter • Michael Potter • Sandy Pukel• Arthur H. Robbins• Evan Root • Michael Rossoff • Naoki Sakaguchi• David Sergel • Rudy Shur • Kezia Snyder• Bill Spear • Jane and Lino Stanchich • Sanae Suzuki • Bill Tara • Eric Utne • Chico Varatojo • Denny Waxman • Melanie Brown Waxman • Ken Williamson • Bettina Zumdick
300 pages, quality paperback, $19.95
Ohsawa® Pot - Starting at $50.99
Grains, beans, stews, even steamed bread and vegetables taste better than ever when you cook them in an Ohsawa® Pot. This covered stoneware casserole, designed to be used in a pressure cooker or stock pot, cooks food evenly without scorching. Brown rice cooks up fluffier, sweeter and more digestible, yet still slightly chewy.
Make Perfect Brown Rice and More with the Ohsawa® Pot
High-fired and lead-free, each pot is individually hand thrown and carefully detailed by the artist. Built-in legs so no rack is necessary in the cook pot.
Non-reactive with Food
The allure of cooking in earthenware is likely to be based on our intuitive understanding of what's good for us. The superior taste of foods cooked in non-metallic earthenware is not imaginary. The ceramic material of the Ohsawa® Pot is non-reactive with food. Unlike metal, it is chemically stable, allowing the food cooked therein to remain pristine and retain its natural flavor. Metal cookware is reactive: it releases metallic ions into the food, contaminating and diminishing its natural taste, aroma and color.
Biocompatible, Far-Infrared Radiant Heat
Traditional rice cooking methods utilize heavy, thick-walled pots that transfer heat slowly and evenly. Herein lies the secret to cooking really delicious rice. Modern, thin-walled pots are designed to transfer heat quickly and efficiently, but they lack the deep, radiant, even-tempered heat of earthenware. The Ohsawa® Pot produces a radiant, penetrating heat that contains a high proportion of far-infrared heat waves. This is the same kind of heat that comes from the sun, warming the earth even on overcast days. When these rays penetrate food, it has a wonderful effect: it transforms ordinary foods into the most delicious you have ever tasted.
User-friendly with a rope handle for easily moving from cook pot to table.
What Size Ohsawa Pot Fits Your Pressure Cooker?
3 SIZES TO FIT MOST PRESSURE COOKERS
Small - $50.99, Medium - $65.99, Intermediate - $79.99
CUPS OF DRY RICE IT WILL COOK: 4 1/2 cups
LIQUID CAPACITY: 4 qt
Overall outside dimensions:
WEIGHT: 4.3 lbs
WIDTH: 8 1/4"
HEIGHT: 7 3/4"
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