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Pros and cons of a vegetarian diet

Ten years ago most UK restaurants would have just one, lonely vegetarian offering on the menu. More than likely it would be the humble mushroom risotto. Meat-free substitutes in supermarkets were a rarity, tofu wasn’t something you’d find at your local Sainsbury’s and vegetarianism as a whole was still considered relatively fringe.

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