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Haute Vegetarian Is a Possible New Trend

Last week in the Guardian, British critic Jay Rayner pondered the future of vegetarian cuisine, noting that some of the best dishes at S. Pellegrino’s number one restaurant in the world, Noma, and its number three restaurant, the Fat Duck, are so good precisely because many dishes are in fact vegetarian, and couldn’t be improved with the addition of meat. Following José Andrés' pronouncement that meat is "overrated" and "slightly boring", this officially certifies Haute Vegetarian — in which chefs renounce hunks of dead animal flesh and shift towards nearly meat-free menus — a trend.

· Vive the vegetarian revolution [Guardian]
· José Andrés on 60 Minutes: Meat Is Overrated, Fruit and Vegetables Are Sexy [-E-]

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