Author Mark Bittman has a new book out, How To Cook Everything Vegetarian, sort of a sequel ot his hit How To Cook Everything (or, more accurately, the next book in the series), and in this interview with Publisher's Weekly, he says that even though he eats meat, he finds himself eating less these days, and thinks more and more people will eat this way.
I could see five or six years ago that vegetarian cooking would be increasingly important because of an interesting confluence of health and ethical issues. I figured it was going to accelerate, but what I didn't know was how fast it would happen. I also didn't know how important it would be for me personally. I still consider myself an omnivore, but when I look at what I cook for myself, I hardly use meat and fish anymore. And with all the environmental and agricultural changes, meat is going to be scarcer; there's already less fish. So I think more people are going to eat this way in the future.
How To Cook Everything Vegetarian is out now, and he's revising his How To Cook Everything for a future edition.
[via The Grinder]