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The Green Quote: Chef Michael Ginor Thinks Faux-Foie Is Great…But Ridiculous

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o3-1-151“I think it’s great. People should always have alternatives. I also think it’s ridiculous in a sense, because you can find substitutes for steak. It’s another vegetarian thing. It’s not going to be foie gras, it’s obviously another PR campaign to try and get people to not eat foie gras. They’re not going to find an alternative to foie gras because there just isn’t one.”

Chef Michael Ginor of Hudson Valley Foie Gras speaks his mind on faux-foie gras. What do you think about PETA’s attempt to veganism the cruel food? Chime in and share your thoughts!

via: vegetarianstar.com

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