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Vegan Chef On Martha

Plant-based chef Bryant Terry teaches Martha Stewart how to cook healthy, cruelty-free food.

Today, vegan chef Bryant Terry is featured on The Martha Stewart Show as one of three green chefs teaching host Martha Stewart how to prepare healthy, vegetarian meals. While chatting about plant-based cooking with Stewart, Terry demonstrates how to cook spinach and citrus chard. The episode centers on food figure Alice Waters, who profiled the three featured chefs in her latest book, In the Green Kitchen. Stewart, Waters, and the three chefs engage in a discussion about eating healthy food using seasonal ingredients, and the program features several other vegetarian cooking demonstrations, including collard greens, corn muffins, and garlic kale crostini.

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