Too often, proximity is the only criterion used to answer the eternal conundrum of what to eat for lunch. There’s that sushi place nearby, or there’s probably pizza. But you can do better. We challenged three of our favourite Toronto chefs to make a lunch with a little more substance. Namely it had to be filling, easy to prepare, and more delicious than it had any right to be, given how healthy it is. So here’s a good lunch option for you, which can be easily made at home if you’re not lucky enough to work in the neighborhood (or city, or province).
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