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  1. veggies
    Why Daniel Humm’s Decision to Eliminate Meat Is a Huge DealHe’s not the first chef to embrace plant-based eating, but he has a singular platform to explain its benefits.
  2. hm
    Kraft Debuts New ‘Salad Frosting,’ Daring America’s Parents to Simply Give UpThis country had a good run, folks.
  3. twitter rants
    This Amazing Twitter Thread About Deceitful Vegetables Is Today’s Catharsis“Is there a vegetable that’s a bigger liar than spinach?”
  4. the dish
    Could Sunchokes Be Your Next Vegetable Obsession?Hemlock’s roasted and raw preparation with kumquat curd could do for sunchokes what David Chang’s fish-sauce vinaigrette did for Brussels sprouts.
  5. openings
    Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s Vegetable Restaurant, abcV, Is Now OpenThe acclaimed chef serves dosas with fried eggs, morning shakes, and tofu with yuba and ponzu for breakfast and lunch.
  6. shortages
    The British Are Panicking Because Supermarkets Have Started Rationing VegetablesBad weather has caused a shortage of lettuce, zucchini, eggplant, and broccoli.
  7. studies
    Science Says Eating Your Veggies Makes You a Happier PersonNew research suggests a “psychological payoff now,” not just improved health later.
  8. Grub Guides
    15 New Dishes That Highlight the Spring Vegetables You’ve Been Waiting ForDishes from Nix, Upland, Covina, and more.
  9. Science
    New Study Argues Vegetarianism Isn’t As Earth-Friendly As People ThinkEating lettuce is reportedly “three times worse” than eating bacon.
  10. Studies
    New Study Examines Which Specific Fruits and Vegetables Keep Off the PoundsPotatoes and peas: bad. Apples and berries: good.
  11. Grub Guides
    9 New Dishes That Prove Broccoli Is Super AwesomeIt’s all about the char — which is on display at places like Roberta’s, Momofuku Ssäm Bar, and more.
  12. Grub Guides
    13 Bright, Modern, Vegetable-Forward Dishes You’ll Want to Eat Right NowBut nothing too healthy.
  13. Grub Guides
    15 Dishes That Highlight New York’s First Wave of Spring VegetablesMorel toast, ramp pasta, and Meyer-lemon pizza.
  14. Trendlet
    Spring’s Crudité ComebackBowls of crunchy raw vegetables, arranged as artfully as Cézanne still lifes.
  15. Grub Guides
    10 Classic Meat Dishes Remixed With Fresh VegetablesLike squash carpaccio and beetroot tartare.
  16. Grub Guides
    Finally: 15 New York Restaurants Serving Super-Seasonal Spring VegetablesNarcissa, the Dutch, Estela, and more.
  17. Grub Guides
    14 Amazingly Delicious, Gloriously Unhealthy Vegetable DishesThey imply some semblance of nutritional value while comforting your body in this miserable weather.
  18. Vegetables
    Fumo’s Fiancee Files Petition to Put Broccoli Rabe Behind Bars [UPDATED]Just don’t drop a rutabaga in the shower.
  19. Mediavore
    Starr and Vetri Restaurants Spur Development Along North Broad Street; GreenPlus: Suit alleges false claims of Fruit by the Foot; and a salmon farm backed by the Obama administration teeters on bankruptcy, all in our morning news roundup.
  20. Menus
    What to Eat at Vedge, Opening SoonThe new menus boast small plates, little nibbles, cocktails and more.
  21. Coming Soon
    More Details Emerge on VedgeThe space has four fireplaces, and will feature two dining rooms plus a veggie bar.
  22. Mediavore
    Pennsylvania and New Jersey Wines Get Some Recognition; An Incurable VirusPlus more money than ever will be spent on concessions at the Super Bowl, and Michelle Obama works with Wal-Mart to reduce the price on fruit and vegetables, all in our morning news roundup.
  23. Openings
    Farmers Choice Grand-Opening in Santa Monica TomorrowCould be an extension of the Agoura Hills produce wholesaler.
  24. Mediavore
    David Myers’ Friends Turned Off by Comme Ca Ruckus; Get a Call from Steve YoungA leading chef sound proofs his restaurant for pals and California plans to lead the way in bovine emission research.
  25. Loco for Locavores
    Napa Valley Grille’s Got Farm Fresh Groceries, Whole Foods BewareChef Joseph Gilliard fires a shot in the local food movement’s revolution.
  26. Technological Advances
    FDA Plays Laser Tag With VegetablesReady for a bar code on your broccoli?
  27. Green Grocer
    Bed-Stuy Gets New Produce MarketA kosher fruit market adds to the neighborhood green quotient.
  28. Mediavore
    No Celebrity Chefs in White House Kitchen; Recession Hits Dollar MenuAlso in our morning news roundup: Vegetables overtake meat on our plates, and hard times at Hormel Foods.
  29. Semantics
    Reader Questions That Whole ‘Dirt Candy’ ThingWhat’s wrong with this sentence: “When you eat a vegetable you’re eating nothing more than dirt that’s been transformed by plenty of sunshine and rain into something that’s full of flavor.”
  30. NewsFeed
    Street Vendors! New York Wants You to Operate a Green CartLooking for a summer job?
  31. NewsFeed
    Vegetables Suggest Liebrandt’s New Restaurant Is a RealityThe mystery and excitement surrounding Paul Liebrandt’s new venture is a testament to … what? Boredom? Curiosity? The shaggy dog story? The cutting-edge chef has never been a big favorite with the public; he’s more of a cook’s cook, much in the same way that A.J. Liebling was a writer’s writer, or Mark Jackson, a point guard’s point guard. But there’s a hint that his long-rumored restaurant might actually be more than just a rumor, thanks to Bret Thorn from Nation’s Restaurant News, who happened to receive a press kit for the Culinary Vegetable Institute. (What, like you’ve never been to a vegetable institute? Just stay with us here.) Liebrandt is named as having taken part in a chefs summit at the institute; more important, he’s actually listed as “Chef Paul Liebrandt, of his signature Restaurant Liebrandt, opening Fall 2007, New York City.” What? Thorn is on the case, and so are we. More as this develops. Restaurant Liebrandt? [Foodservice Blog/Nation’s Restaurant News] Related: Liebrandt and Nieporent, Sitting in a Tree…