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Celebrity Chef Jamie Oliver Discusses Healthy Food And New Vegetarian Cookbook

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Jamie Oliver is sick of unhealthy food and wants to do something about it!

Oliver’s hit show Food Revolution documents his attempt to fight the growing obesity crisis in America and premiered in 2009 to rave reviews and

In an exclusive interview with The Huffington Post, Oliver talks about his latest campaign, food education in America, and why he enjoys working with children. The chef also mentions his upcoming vegetarian cookbook. Yep! A vegetarian book!

“In every single one of my books I’ve ever written, 65 percent, 60 percent of my books have always been vegetarian without even saying it,” said the chef. “But actually this year we’re going to bundle all of my vegetarian recipes and vegan recipes into one massive, mammoth book and give them that book. And it’s right. In the old days there wasn’t so many vegetarians; now there’s many. Vegetarianism as a general concept is a brilliant thing. We have got to stop eating so much meat. We are eating too much meat.”

We’re huge fans of Oliver and are excited to hear him talking so positively about vegetarianism. Wanna hear more from the star? Check out the video below to watch the entire interview!

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