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I couldn't agree more. I still eat meat, but only once or twice a week, and in small portions. There's a whole world of wonderful food out there! (Sorry to hear about cheese, though....)

Your caponata looks absolutely exquisite. So beautifully executed, too. (Mine's delicious but it's not much to look at.)


Ha, I often miss comments and see them only later. Thanks Frank, glad to hear you're a part-time vegetarian too :) And as far as the cheese is concerned I still eat goat and sheep cheese, their lactose seems to be perfectly fine for me (that really makes you think at the genetic manipulation bovines have gone through and how bad that for the human body is...).

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