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PETA Announces Top Chef Challenge With $10,000 Prize

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These days being a vegetarian is not only SUPER environmental-friendly, but SUPER easy! With delicious, healthier alternatives out there for just about everything you could imagine, living a cruelty-free life is a cinch. From faux-meats to soy cheese, vegans and vegetarians have a plethora of cruelty free options…but there is one item that has never been replicated.

Therefore, in the style of the hit Bravo television show Top Chef, PETA is launching a contest to find a fine dining chef capable of making a vegan foie gras that’s indistinguishable in taste and texture from the real thing. The winner of the contest (which is only open to professional chefs) will win a $10,000 prize and two runners-up will each receive $1,000 worth of professional kitchen equipment.

So if you know (or are) a professional chef that’s up for the challenge, visit PETA.org and get all the details. Oh yeah, and please pack your knives and go. (I’ve always really wanted to say that.)

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