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Chef Jeremy Fox's new cookbook might finally convince you to give up the beef.
It wasn’t that long ago that the default was beef. Then pork, then chicken and then whatever vegetable might go with said protein. But these days, even those who would never declare themselves vegetarians are praying at the altar of produce, recognizing that a perfectly roasted slab of cauliflower can be a thing of both beauty and taste. This month, we preview chef Jeremy Fox’s On Vegetables, a gorgeously designed love letter by the former Ubuntu chef to all things leafy, green, crunchy, crispy and, above all, delicious.