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At Mobile Macro Meals Club in Nashville, Tennessee, we offer balanced vegan meals that promote healing for our customers. Our macrobiotic foods are digestive-friendly, anti-inflammatory, gluten-free, and packed with nutrients! Check out the palate-pleasing selections we have on the menu for this week. 

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Menu For The Week

Monday 6/14/21

Black -Eyed Pea Miso Soup

Black- eyed peas, onion, ginger, kombu, carrots, celery, garlic, bay leaf, tamari

Seasoned Wild Rice w/ Sprouts

Wild & brown rice, green onion, local sprouts, tamari,

Daikon Rounds w/ Miso Kale Pesto

Local daikon, sea salt

Local kale & greens, fresh basil, seared garlic, toasted sunflower seeds, miso

Carrot & Cabbage Sautee

Local cabbage, carrots, sesame oil, sweet onion, garlic, green onion, tamari, arame

Macro Tip- Black -Eyed peas are known to improve digestion with their insoluble fibers. Prevents anemia, lowers blood pressure

lack-eyed peas are rich in potassium, a mineral that helps keep your blood pressure levels at healthy numbers and lowers your risk of heart disease. Increase Folate Intake.

Thursday 6/17/21

Miso Corn Chowder

Corn, leek, roasted red pepper, garlic, oat milk, wakame, miso, sea salt, cilantro garnish

Marinated Beans

Kidney beans, pink beans, string beans, shallot, tamari, kombu, green onion

Curried Kholrabi & Carrot

Local kohlrabi, carrots, cumin, coriander, ginger, turmeric, mild curry powder, sea salt, cilantro

Quinoa & Greens w/ Honey Miso Mustard

Local greens, quinoa, cucumber, pickled chiogga beets, avocado, red onion, toasted sprouted pumpkin seeds. Dressing: Dijon mustard, local honey, tamari, miso

Macro Tip- Non-gmo organic Corn has several health benefits. Because of the high fiber content, it can aid digestion. It also contains valuable B vitamins, which are important to your overall health. Corn also provides our bodies with essential minerals such as zinc, magnesium, copper, iron and manganese

Monday 6/7/21

Rainbow Quinoa Salad

Red & white quinoa, rainbow carrots, celery, red onion, tamari, fresh basil, sea salt

Lentil Miso Soup

Green lentils, carrot, celery, onion, ginger, kombu, bay leaf, dried herbs, miso, tamari

Braised Brussel Sprouts & Arame

Brussels sprouts, garlic, arame, green onion, sesame seeds

Green Salad w/ Crispy Burdock

Local mixed greens, cucumber, pickled shallot, umeboshi paste, burdock, sesame oil, lemon juice, sprouts

Macro Tip: Lamb's Quarter is closely related to the Quinoa family. It taste like spinach and is easy to prepare. It is a nutrients dense vegetable that can be consumed whole when the plant is harvested young. It is high in vitamin A, calcium, and phosphorus and is also a good source of protein, trace minerals, B-complex vitamins, vitamin C, potassium, iron, and fiber which are extremely essential for the normal functioning of the body organs. 

Thursday 6/10/21

Creamy Broccoli Miso Soup

Broccoli, white Japanese yam, leek, bay leaf, wakame, basil, rosemary, miso, sea salt

Pressed Fennel Slaw

Fresh local fennel bulb, lemon juice & zest, umeboshi vinegar, sea salt, fresh coriander, dried cranberry, local microgreens

Black Bean Miso Soup

Black beans, onion, ginger, kombu, tamari, dried shiitake, miso, green onion

Hato Mugi & Lamb's Quarter Salad

Hato Mugi, local lamb's quarter, yellow beets, celery, red onion, dried herbs, avocado oil, apple cider vinegar, umeboshi paste, sea salt

Macro Tip: Salads are ideal for summer because their combination of vegetables create a unique cooling sensation to the body. The healthiest salads start with dark leafy greens and incorporate vibrant colored vegetables and/or fruit. Healthy salads may also contain grains like quinoa, beans like garbanzo or nuts.

Thursday 6/03/21

Ramen Noodle Salad

Millet and brown rice ramen noodles, carrot, snap peas, braised lotus root, onion, ginger juice, tamari, sesame oil, agave, arame, coriander, lime juice & zest, sprouts

Green Corn Cakes

Local turnip/ broccoli/ cauliflower greens, cornmeal, brown rice flour, tapioca, onion, garlic, green onion, sea salt

Seared Sprouted Tofu

Steamed tofu, marinated in tamari and ginger, seared in sesame oil, served w/ umeboshi pickled radish, green onion, toasted sesame seeds

Creamy Carrot Miso Soup

Carrots, onion, ginger, miso, sea salt, green onion

Monday 5/24/21

Cream Celery of Miso Soup

Celery, leek, white onion, dried herbs, oat milk, miso, wakame, sea salt, fresh parsley

 Pressed Salad

Green cabbage, red cabbage, daikon, carrot, umeboshi paste, lemon juice & zest, green onion, sea salt, toasted sprouted pumpkin seeds

 Forbidden Black Rice & Millet Medley

Black rice, millet, tamari, bay leaf

 Red Lentil Hummus w/ Lotus Chips

Red lentils, tahini, kombu, lemon juice & zest, tamari, parsley, lotus root, sesame oil


Macro Tip: Black Rice has numerous health benefits as its counterpart -brown rice.  Black rice is a lesser-known variety of rice that has the same fiber as brown rice thanks to being a whole grain. It feeds the good bacteria.  It’s especially rich in antioxidants, which can help reduce inflammation and oxidative stress and may improve memory and even fight cancer.

Thursday 5/27/21

Springtime White Bean Miso Soup

  olive oil, Great Northern, Beans,  carrots, celery, onion, garlic, white miso, sea salt, arugula, Sprig of rosemary, bay leaf,  parsley,  Lemon zest

 Sweet Corn, Arame & Arugula Salad

Local arugula, sweet corn, arame, tamari, agave, fresh coriander, lime juice & zest

 Hibiscus Flower & Cabbage Tacos

Red cabbage, hibiscus flowers, roasted butternut squash, onion, cumin, avocado, umeboshi pickled shallot, tamari, 

coriander in hand made corn tortilla topped w/ toasted sunflower seeds 

Brown Rice

Long grain brown rice, sea salt, green onion, broccoli sprouts

Macro Tip- Avocado are nutrient-rich. According to the USDA, one serving of an avocado contains approx. 64 calories. They are healthy for the heart containing 25 milligrams per ounce of a natural sterol. They are great for vision containing the phytochemicals lutien and zeaxanthin. High in Vitamin K they are good osteoporosis preventative.

Monday 5/17/21

Cauliflower Hummus w/ Carrot Chips

Cauliflower, tahini, lemon juice & zest, garlic, carrots, tamari

Millet Stuffed Chard Leaves

Millet, dried herbs, dried cranberries, sea salt rolled in local steamed chard leaf

Kinpira Miso Soup

Matchstick daikon, turnip, carrot, burdock, arame, tamari, toasted sesame oil, miso

Chickpea Salad

Garbanzo beans, onion, garlic, celery, local red radish, kombu, steamed broccoli, arame, lemon juice & zest, dried herbs, fresh basil, green onion

Macro Tip: Tahini is a great source of phosphorus and manganese, both of which play vital roles in bone health. It’s also high in thiamine (vitamin B1) and vitamin B6, which are important for energy production. Tahini contains a variety of vitamins and minerals. It’s also rich in anti-inflammatory monounsaturated fats.

Thursday 5/20/21

Spaghetti Squash w/ Miso Beet Sauce

Spaghetti squash, sea salt, garlic

Local beets, carrot, onion, garlic, miso, basil, oregano, thyme, nutritional yeast

Shiitake Greens

Local chicory, kale & turnip greens, shiitake mushroom, sesame oil, garlic, shallot

Sprouted Mung Bean Miso Soup

sprouted mung beans, onion, carrot, celery, ginger, kombu, turmeric, cumin, coriander, miso, bay leaf

Pesto Quinoa Salad

Quinoa, local basil & parsley, sea salt, lemon juice & zest, toasted sunflower seeds

Macro Tip: Chickory Root has many important health benefits. Many of these benefits are due to its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, as well as its prebiotic fructan carbohydrate is known as oligofructose inulin. The high-fiber content helps chicory promote digestion and relieve constipation.


Monday 5/3/21

Parsley Pesto Sorghum Risotto

Sorghum, onion, garlic, shallot, parsley, basil, olive oil, sea salt, toasted dulse

Kabocha Korokke w/ Honey Miso Mustard Sauce

Kabocha squash, oat milk, leek, brown rice flour, flax/ chia seed, nutritional yeast, panko

Sauce: Dijon mustard, tamari, local honey, white miso

Black Bean Miso Soup

Black beans, onion, ginger, kombu, dried shiitake, bay leaf, tamari, miso

Boiled Veggie Salad w/ Microgreens

Broccoli, cauliflower, bokchoy, carrots, golden beets, fresh basil, green onion, umeboshi vinegar, tamari, microgreens, lemon juice & zest

Macro Tip: Microgreens As shown in a 2012 USDA study and in several studies since, microgreens and micro herbs are extremely nutritious, in some cases up to 40x more nutritiously dense than their mature versions.

Thursday 5/6/21

Thai Miso Chickpea Curry

Chickpeas, red onion, cauliflower, green beans, sweet potato, ginger, lemongrass, Thai basil, coconut milk, coriander,

Jasmine Rice

brown jasmine rice, sea salt, green onion, gomashio

Sesame Ginger Carrot & Arame Salad

Shredded carrots, fresh ginger juice, toasted sesame oil, arame, tamari, toasted sesame seeds

Cruciferous Greens

Local broccoli, cauliflower & cabbage greens, garlic, tamari, green onion, avocado oil

Macro Tip- Cruciferous vegetable's benefit is cardioprotective. These benefits are likely a result of synergies between a vast range of nutrients and phytochemicals, including vitamin C, vitamin K, folate, fiber, and flavonoids.

Monday 4/26/21

Hato Mugi Salad w/ Lemon Balm Vinaigrette

Hato mugi barley, rainbow carrots, dried cranberries, avocado oil, apple cider vinegar, local lemon balm, ume-pickled local radish, green onion

Crispy Sesame Brussels Sprouts

Brussels sprouts, tamari, toasted sesame oil, ginger, toasted sesame seeds

Split Pea Miso Soup w/ Local Greens

Split peas, onion, carrot, celery, local turnip greens, local kale, ginger, kombu, miso


Daikon, kabocha, carrots, lotus root, tamari, arame, ginger, kuzu

Macro Tip - Hato Mugi also known as job's tears, its benefits include its high fiber content and its roles in reducing blood cholesterol and controlling blood sugar. In addition, the grain is believed to have anti-tumor and anti-cancer properties

Thursday 4/29/21

Cauliflower Alfredo Ala Macro

Lentil noodles tossed w/ Alfredo of cauliflower, onion & shallot, roasted garlic, oat milk, nutritional yeast, Italian herbs, fresh basil leaf

Spring Blossom Rolls w/ Sunflower Sauce

Brown rice paper stuffed w/ pickled purple cabbage, arame, local pansy flowers, blanched matchstick carrots, mung bean sprouts, cilantro, green onion. 

 Sauce: Sunflower butter, tamari, rosehip jam

Roasted Butternut Arugula Salad w/ Cilantro Lime Vinaigrette

Local arugula, butternut squash, avocado, golden raisins, green onion, toasted sunflower seeds, fresh coriander, lime juice & zest, 

hemp milk

Creamy Burdock Shiitake Mushroom Miso Soup

Shiitake mushrooms, onion, burdock, garlic, wakame, tamari, Braggs aminos, thyme, sage, miso

Macro Tip- Sunflower provide a number of health benefits, including lowering your risk of developing diseases like high blood pressure  or heart disease

   Monday 4/19/21

Japanese Yam Salad

Locally grown mixed greens tossed w/ umeboshi paste, lemon juice & zest, cinnamon, topped w/ roasted Japanese yam, green onion, toasted sesame seeds


                                                                   Fragrant Basmati Rice

                                                                                                             Brown basmati rice, sea salt, black sesame gomashio

Red Bean Miso Soup

  Small red beans, onion, ginger, kombu, cinnamon, tamari


 Kinpira w/ Braised Lotus Root

                    Carrots, daikon, burdock, arame, fresh ginger juice, tamari, toasted sesame oil, topped w/ braised lotus root


Macro Tip - Japanese mountain yam is known as East Asian mountain yam. Yams are rich in vitamins, minerals, and fiber. Eating yams may boost your brain. Yams contain a unique compound called diosgenin, which may enhance memory and brain function. The rich antioxidant content of yams helps reduce inflammation related to various diseases.


Thursday 4/22/21


                                        Baked Falafel & Tzatziki Dressing

                            Chickpeas, onion, garlic, kombu, fresh parsley & coriander, cumin, sea salt



Unsweetened coconut yoghurt, cucumber, onion, coriander, sea salt

Millet Vegetable Miso Soup

Millet, carrots, celery, green beans, onion, garlic, bay leaf, oregano, wakame, miso, sea salt

Mediterranean Slaw

Green cabbage, roasted red pepper, shallot, garlic, lemon juice & zest, oregano, basil, sumac, umeboshi vinegar, sea salt

Roasted Cauliflower & Carrots w/ Lemon Kuzu Gravy

Cauliflower, carrots, sea salt, fresh parsley. Gravy: Water, kuzu, lemon juice & zest

Macro Tip: Bay Leaf is an excellent source of vitamin-A; contain 6185 IU or 206% of recommended daily levels per 100 g. Vitamin-A is a natural antioxidant and is essential for normal eyesight. It is also required for maintaining mucosa and skin health


​Monday, 3/1/2021

Kabocha Millet

Millet, kabocha, local sage & rosemary, sea salt

Cauliflower w/ Ume-Pickled Carrots

Cauliflower, garlic, tamari, carrot ribbons, umeboshi vinegar, lemon juice & zest, black gomashio

Azuki Miso Soup

Azuki beans, local carrots, onion, ginger, kombu, tamari, cinnamon, miso

Maple Mustard Cabbage

Red & green cabbage, tamari, Dijon mustard, maple syrup, ginger, kuzu

Macro Tip: Kabocha Squash most notable health benefits include its ability to boost skin health, improve vision, strengthen the heart, soothes digestion and aid in weight loss, among others. It also has anticancer potential.

Thursday 3/4/2021​

Ancie​nt Grain Medley

Quinoa, buckwheat, teff, amaranth, sea salt, bay leaf

Warm Arugula & Mushroom Salad

Arugula, sauteed shitake, maitake, king oyster, button mushrooms, sesame oil, tamari, shallot, garlic, lemon juice & zest

Moroccan Saffron Chickpea Miso Soup

Garbanzo beans, carrot, local rutabaga & turnip, onion, ginger, kombu, cumin, coriander, turmeric, cinnamon, saffron, bay leaf, olive oil, sea salt, miso

Sweet Potato Toast

Baked sweet potato rounds, pickled red onion & local watermelon daikon relish, served over romaine leaf

Macro Tip: Cooked Amaranth can be used in many different dishes. It is a nutritious, gluten-free grain that provides plenty of fiber, protein and micronutrients. It has also been associated with a number of health benefits, including reduced inflammation, lower cholesterol levels and increased weight loss.

Thursday 2/11/21

Miso Mushroom Sorghum

Sorghum topped w/ mushroom sautee of shallot, tamari, arame, miso, fresh parsley & rosemary

Smashed Rutabaga

Locally grown rutabaga, sea salt, cinnamon

Kidney Bean Miso Pozole

Kidney beans, onion, garlic, carrots, celery, cauliflower, cumin, oregano, sea salt, miso, fresh coriander

Biodynamic Greens w/ Pickled Daikon Flowers

Mixed biodynamically grown greens, tamari, shallot topped w/ umeboshi pickled local purple daikon

Monday 2/8/21

Winter Melon Miso Dahl

Red lentils, ash gourd (winter melon), onion, ginger, kombu, bay leaf, sea salt, miso

Millet Mountains w/ Pink Lotus Root   

       Millet, sea salt, dry herbs. Braised lotus root in beet broth

Green Beans & Carrots

           Green beans, carrots, toasted sesame oil, ginger, tamari, toasted sesame seeds

Lemon Garlic Kale

            Variety of kale greens, garlic, tamari, arame, lemon juice & zest w/ lemon twist

Monday 1/25/21

Millet & Brown Rice Ramen Miso Soup

Brown rice & millet noodles, onion, carrots, shiitake mushroom, green onion, wakame, sea salt, miso

Seared Baby Bok Choy & Turnip Root

Bok choy, turnip root, toasted sesame oil, tamari, ginger, toasted sesame seeds

Stewed Azuki & Kabocha

Soaked azuki beans, kabocha squash, kombu, onion, ginger, tamari

Alkalizing Umeboshi Slaw

Shredded & lightly blanched carrots, broccoli & daikon, green onion, umeboshi vinegar, lemon juice & zest, topped w/ umeboshi plum & fresh herb

Thursday 1/28/21


Sprouted quinoa, sea salt, fresh parsley

Seared Lion’s Main Over Greens

Local biodynamic greens, local lions mane, shallot, sesame oil, garlic, tamari


Local rutabaga, local daikon, local parsnips, carrots, tamari, ginger, arame, black sesame gomashio

Split Pea Miso Soup

Green & yellow peas, carrots, celery, onion, garlic, kombu, dried herbs, bay leaf, sea salt, miso

Monday 12/21/20

Turtle Bean Miso Soup

Black-eyed peas, kombu, carrots, celery, chard, shallot, garlic, bay leaf, cumin, sea salt, miso, fresh parsley

Short Grain Rice Topped With Balsamic Caramelized Onion

Short grain brown rice, sea salt
Topping: Caramelized white onion, red onion and shallot, sesame oil, balsamic vinegar, and tamari

Lemon Ginger Braised Cabbage With Toasted Dulse

Green cabbage, tamari, ginger juice, lemon juice and zest, toasted dulse, green onion, and gomashio

Roasted Butternut Squash

Butternut, sea salt, and cinnamon

Thursday 12/24/20

Swedish Beet Balls With Shiitake Gravy

Black beans, beets, onion, garlic, tamari, tahini, nutritional yeast, nutmeg, allspice, and fresh parsley

Gravy: Unsweetened plant milk, dried shiitake, brags amino, kuzu, and Dijon mustard

Ancient Whole Grain Medley

Brown rice, quinoa, teff, kasha, sea salt, bay leaf, green onion

Root Roast

Rainbow carrots, parsnips, rutabaga, onion, garlic, sea salt, and dried herbs

Cream of Cauliflower Miso Soup

Cauliflower, onion, garlic, rosemary, miso, sea salt, spinach, arame, and fresh parsley

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