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What Meat Eaters Get Wrong About Vegetarians | TIME

… vegetarians slide into self-righteousness, but have you ever heard hunters defend their hobby? Or meat eaters talk about the design of the human body, digestive system, and manifest evolutionary advantages? I have had people tell me they cannot be vegetarians because they are “foodies” with the same pride as if announcing they are relief workers in the Congo. Self-righteousness is more a personality trait than an accompaniment of a political or social position. And sometimes the very …

Eating local, thinking global: L.I. chef and food activist Bhavani Jaroff | Long Island Report

… no options available to them on the campus meal plan. “They asked me to design a vegetarian meal plan and I started cooking as part of a work-study program,” Jaroff said. Before the program even reached second semester, it had already expanded from 75 students to over 125 students being fed daily. This would only serve as the beginning of Jaroff’s career as a chef and activist. Robert Brinkmann, a professor of sustainability studies at Hofstra University, met Jaroff while on the planning …

Serving Haute Vegetarian Platters – The New Indian Express

… that there was a need for consultancy services in the booming restaurant scene of Ahmedabad. “New restaurants were mushrooming in Gujarat but most of the promoters were investors with limited knowledge of the hospitality, food and beverage industry,” explains Shah. The few consultants present at that time provided a start-up with only inputs on equipment, design, conceptualisation, recipes, menu ideas and advice on starting and operating the restaurant. With WeServe, Mehta and Shah went a …

Portobello and Beans Vegetarian Chili, Meatless Friday

… Garden. The Smythe family donated time and money, and daughter Claudia—a key garden society volunteer and my right hand for years—with husband David assisted with the design and installation. The garden is landscaped with fourteen species of ornamental grasses, including the 14 foot tall Erianthus ravennae…aka Hardy Pampas Grass. Throughout the year Claudia with another memorial garden donor and volunteer extraordinaire, Kathy, and I would meet on Wednesday mornings, and usually were …

Cruelty-free luxury is not an oxymoron

… degree in industrial design, Agrawal said she had an “aha moment” when she interned for a handbag company. “I realized I’d found my calling,” said Agrawal, who would go on to pursue an advanced design degree at the Pratt Institute. When she first started out, very few companies were producing high-end, non-leather handbags. “There was a very large gap between the very inexpensive products and the ‘not for everyone’ products,” Agrawal said. These days, as it turns out, people …

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