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Nov/Dec 2015
Sept/Oct 2015

A (Mostly) Meatless 
New Year: In 2016, Flexitarianism is 
the New Black

It seems as if we were all told by our mothers growing up to “eat our vegetables.” Turns out many of us are doing just that. And for a number of reasons—including health, moral and religious concerns—folks are celebrating the vegetable. That doesn’t mean that many don’t like meat, too, but whether it’s exploring new flavors or trying to trim down a bit, diners are shifting towards a more plant-based diet. The term is flexitarian, meaning that an otherwise carnivorous diner is shrinking the portion of meat on the plate and sometimes eliminating it all together in favor of fruits, […]

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