Israeli-English chef Yotam Ottolenghi is known as much for his many cookbooks (eight so far) as he is for the London restaurants that bear his name, and which he opened with his business partner, Sami Tamimi. While the food served at Ottolenghi’s restaurants is not vegetarian, the chef, who eats meat and shellfish, was asked to write a vegetarian column for The Guardian newspaper in 2006. “I was slightly hesitant,” Ottolenghi writes in the introduction to Plenty (2010). “After all, I wasn’t a…



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