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Traditional Tacos and Basic Rice Noodles

I can’t get enough. I have a problem. Please send help (by which I mean gift cards to Tacos El Cuñado and Pho Anh Trang). Somewhere in my late-Winter/early-Spring attempt to get back on the healthy wagon, I overcame my … Continue reading

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“A Fundamental Disconnect”

Getting back to my roots here, in a manner of speaking. I was inspired by a recent article about the supply and demand of the meat industry. The point of the article is that the current meat industry exists as … Continue reading

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Roughin’ It

As a diet nerd, I pride myself on stellar digestion. Prepare yourself to join my husband in declaring that you know more than is perhaps necessary about the phenomenon that is my healthy bowels. While I’m not of the caliber … Continue reading

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Quandries of the Flesh

If you search “fish and chicken” in Google images, you get a surprising number of chicken-fish, fish-in-chicken, chicken-in-fish images that range from the oddly realistic to the freakish graphic novel variety. Oh, what a wild world, this realm we call … Continue reading

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Sushi Love

The Story of Sushi from Bamboo Sushi on Vimeo. When I became a vegetarian, the animal flesh I most missed eating was seafood. This might be because a lot of pork, beef and chicken products are well imitated with various … Continue reading

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Happy Veggie Birthday to Me!

As of yesterday, I have been a vegetarian for exactly one year. The back story to that decision is here. So, yay me! I wasn’t sure I could do it, but am happy to report that the adjustment was much … Continue reading

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