Mark Bittman

New York Times

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Columnist for the Opinion pages and Magazine of the New York Times; for many years he served as the paper's 'Minimalist;' food writer and author of several cookbooks

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Food has played an important role in human history and evolution.

How eating has shaped our past and defines our future, according to Mark Bittman

Food has played an important role in human history and evolution.

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For yesterday's annual food edition, Mark Bittman, author of many cookbooks and the leading food writer for the New York Times Magazine,  asked his readers  what he should do.

California's Agricultural Miracle: How Long Can It Last?

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