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Mark Bittman

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MARK BITTMAN is one of the country's best-known and most widely respected food writers. His How to Cook Everything books, with one million copies in print, are a mainstay of the modern kitchen. Bittman writes for the Opinion section of New York Times on food policy and cooking, and is a columnist for the New York Times Magazine. His "The Minimalist" cooking show, based on his popular NYT column, can be seen on the Cooking Channel. His most recent book, VB6, debuted at #1 on the New York Times bestseller list in its first week on sale.

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Mark Bittman There are three kinds of juice: sugar water with a little fruit in it; fruit that has all the solids removed; or just blended solids. Assuming nothing…moreThere are three kinds of juice: sugar water with a little fruit in it; fruit that has all the solids removed; or just blended solids. Assuming nothing’s been added, the third is the only kind I’d ever drink. The first is a sugary beverage; the second – why would you do that? Even the third, though, isn’t as satisfying to me as a salad or a pile of cooked vegetables. But hey, if it works for him … (less)
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“1 billion people in the world are chronically hungry. 1 billion people are overweight.”
Mark Bittman, Food Matters: A Guide to Conscious Eating with More Than 75 Recipes

“Like pornography, junk [food] might be tough to define but you know it when you see it.”
Mark Bittman, VB6: Eat Vegan Before 6:00 to Lose Weight and Restore Your Health . . . for Good

“[C]onvenience is one of the two dirty words of American cooking, reflecting the part of our national character that is easily bored; the other is 'gourmet.' Convenience foods demonstrate our supposed disdain for the routine and the mundane: 'I don't have time to cook.' The gourmet phase, which peaked in the eighties, when food was seen as art, showed our ability to obsess about aspects of daily life that most other cultures take for granted. You might only cook once a week, but wow, what a meal.”
Mark Bittman, How to Cook Everything: Simple Recipes for Great Food

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