Modern menus shifting focus to vegetables
Wall Street Journal
Anchoring a plate with a massive hunk of animal protein is so last century. But let’s face it: Vegetarianism isn’t for everyone. Increasingly, chefs like Jody Adams in Boston, Michael Solomonov in Philadelphia and Alain Ducasse in Paris are finding delicious ways to strike a balance between health and hedonism…more
The flexitarian diet is increasing in popularity especially with people who do not want to commit to a full vegetarian or vegan lifestyle. It allows them a flexibility that they can adapt to their lifestyle, social life or health conditions.
Surprisingly the adepts of flexitarianism are not only people who want to reduce their meat consumption but also vegetarians or vegans who decide to reintroduce meat into their diet…more
Mark Bittman’s flexitarian column
New York Times
One might reasonably wonder whether we truly need the label “flexitarian” or whether, indeed, it is so different from “omnivore.” Both, after all, describe someone who eats more or less everything.
But the word flexitarian contains a couple of helpful implications…more
Flexitarian cooking blogs
Lydia’s Flexitarian Kitchen
Not Quite Vegetarian
More thoughts on Flexitarian eating
Meat is my favorite vegetable!
Seven painless ways to be almost vegetarian
How to buy healthy, sustainably raised and humane meat
Forks Over Knives – The Cookbook: Over 300 Recipes for Plant-Based Eating All Through the Year
The Flexitarian Table: Inspired, Flexible Meals for Vegetarians, Meat Lovers, and Everyone in Between
The Flexitarian Diet: The Mostly Vegetarian Way to Lose Weight, Be Healthier, Prevent Disease, and Add Years to Your Life
The New Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone
Pure and Simple: Homemade Indian Vegetarian Cuisine
2020 Goals: Healthy Cooking