Too many years ago, growing up in an Italian family, we observed a Catholic tradition of not eating meat on Fridays. And I remember those Fridays as joyous occasions because the family would return to its immigrant roots. We'd eat olives, good cheese, crusty bread, meatless pastas and so much more. It was almost as if the burden of eating meat was lifted. I bring this up because it seems that so many restaurants feel it's a burden to offer vegetarian items. There are legions of people out ...
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