. . .although a bowl of hot chili or hot soup always tastes better after a brisk walk in the winter.

Cholo234

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<<When the weather is cold, as it is now, it's easier for me to write, because the incentive to go outside is somewhat reduced -- although a bowl of hot chili or hot soup always tastes better after a brisk walk in the winter.>>

What I'm trying to say is that despite the fact that a bowl of hot chili tastes better after a walk outside, the incentive to stay inside in winter and write is still a little bit greater than the incentive to go outside (and take a walk). Is the subject sentence okay as it is written?
 
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