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The Flexitarian at The New York Times by Mark Bittman

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  • Gingery chicken stew

    • lorloff on February 26, 2017

      This was an absolutely delicious recipie. It was even better the next day. I would not change a thing! It look great and was even better. This will become our next real comfort food. Will make again and you should too. Used chicken stock.

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  • Language English
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Publishers Text

Mark Bittman’s The Flexitarian column made its debut in the New York Times Dining section on April 23, 2013. This recent addition is a monthly column focused on “the moderate, conscious eater – the flexitarian.” As Bittman stated in his first column: “This is not a diet column, unless you accept that “diet” means something closer to “way of life” than “weird quick fix.” Rather, it’s an eating column, one that will remain — in the tradition of the Dining section — more about great food than anything else."

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