People get hungry and usually enjoy a good meal, but sometimes that meal comes at the expense of the person’s health. Beyond affecting our own bodies, what we consume can really take a toll on the environment. Enter New York Times columnist Mark Bittman and his new book, <i>The Food Matters Cookbook: 500 Revolutionary Recipes for Better Living</i>. In the book, Bittman teaches readers how to cut down on meat and maximize fresh, unprocessed veggies and plants to create delicious (yet healthy and eco-friendly) meals. Get your utensils and taste buds ready… bon appétit!
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