Michelin moves to plant-based climate stars

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Michelin moves to plant-based climate stars

Ditching the French tradition that only meat is gourmet, Michelin awards some 50 vegetarian and 20 vegan restaurants their much-coveted fine-dining stars With few exceptions, vegetarian, let alone vegan, cuisine has rarely been the métier of Michelin-starred chefs. True food artistry as defined by the greats such as Auguste Escoffier, Ferran Adrià, Julia Child and Alain Ducasse has always been about delicacies, expensive ingredients and largess, namely, meat. But in our climate-changing world, fine dining is waking up to the artistry of plant-based food. This year, the beknighted gourmet judges…

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