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Jamie Oliver Veg Cookbook

Jamie Oliver announces he’s writing a veg cookbook.

Chef, health-food expert, and host of ABC’s Food Revolution Jamie Oliver said in an interview with The Huffington Post that he has plans to publish a vegetarian cookbook. In the interview, Oliver said that 60 to 65 percent of the recipes in his existing five books are vegetarian or vegan, but that his veg fans have pushed for an exclusively meat-free cookbook. The cookbook, which Oliver said he plans to release this year, will contain salads, grilled vegetables, ethnic dishes, pastas, and much more. “Vegetarian as a general concept is a brilliant thing,” Oliver said. “We’ve got to stop eating so much meat.”

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