The Macrobiotic Center
Israelis as a whole aren't nearly as diet-conscious as North Americans, most likely because the standard Israeli diet is loads healthier than the rigorous American culinary regimen of cheeseburgers and potato chips, but that doesn't mean that Israel isn't as susceptible to a dietary fad as anyone else. Coming from Japan by way of the US and Europe is the Macrobiotic diet, which divides the wide world of food into "yin" and “yang" camps, summarily disallows anything that might stick to the ribs, and pushes a menu of cereals, vegetables, beans, seaweed and fermented soy.
For those seeking to enter the exciting world of Macrobiotics while in Israel, or remain faithful to their diet while on vacation, Jerusalem's Macrobiotic Center, on the second floor of an Agrippas Street building (the entrance is in a well-marked alley), provides a full line of Macrobiotic foods, treatments and classes, and all the tofu and raw grain you could ever want.
Hours tend to vary somewhat – it may be wise to phone ahead.
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