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Dallas Chefs Cook Vegan

Dallas chefs will participate in Go Vegan Week.

As participants in Mercy For Animals (MFA)'s world Go Vegan Week, Go Vegan Week Dallas, which takes place October 24 to 31, is encouraging Dallas chefs to create vegan dishes for the week. Chefs participating include Abraham Salum and Al Haven of Salum Restaurant, who are cooking up tempura cauliflower with a white bean purée and capers, currants, and almonds, and Scott Gottlich of Bijoux, who will prepare chanterelle mushroom ravioli dish with an olive oil emulsion and roasted mushroom dust, among others. “These amazing and adventurous Dallas chefs have developed an exciting array of upscale, great tasting vegan meals that are not only good for you, they’re wonderful for the planet and kind to animals,” Nathan Runkle, Executive Director of MFA said.

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