NY Times Food Columnist Mark Bittman on Eating Vegan Before 6pm
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The last date listed for New York Times Food Columnist Mark Bittman was Monday May 6, 2013 / 7:00pm.
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Mark was interesting but you pretty much HAD to buy his book if you wanted the details - his moderated talk was high level and although interesting, did not have enough "meat" (no pun intended!) I did enjoy him and DID buy the book!
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