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I like to cook things that are vegetarian (but sometimes fish), nutritious (minimize refined grains, sugars, and saturated fat), and most importantly delicious. This is important because usually when people put value on nutrition the resulting dishes taste like dirt. I don't understand why it has to be so black and white: either a dish is nutritious, or it is really good, never both. Because that's SIMPLY NOT TRUE. I have made incredibly delicious things that are, for the most part, good for you. (It's hard to always avoid adding sugar or butter, but one must compromise sometimes.) My dream is to have a gourmet vegetarian cookbook. I'll write it myself someday if I have to.