Make Your Eating Style and your Kitchen Flexible
This year, you wanted to eat healthy. We all do! So why not go vegetarian one or two days a week? It's easy.
Nettie Cronish, my co-author on Everyday Flexitarian and I have been giving cooking demonstrations and seminars on Flexitarian cooking and from the comments we hear at those events, people are welcoming our book!
The flexitarian diet has no fixed rules. Instead, it recognizes that for some body types, responsible consumption of small amounts of organic beef, lamb, chicken and fish may be beneficial. Proponents of the flexitarian diet encourage people to adopt a healthy eating style, one that is largely based on vegetables, whole grains, beans, nuts, seeds and fruit.