Washington Post food editor Joe Yonan has made the decision to go vegetarian. Cristian Baitg/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Career Suicide Or Lifesaver? Why A Professional Foodie Went Vegetarian

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A vegan Thanksgiving feast, featuring Tofurky Shira Golding/Flickr hide caption

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Chinese volleyball player Yunwen Ma during a game between China and Germany, at the Montreux Volley Masters women tournament, in Montreux, Switzerland, in 2011. JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT/EPA /Landov hide caption

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Those who've tried it say fake chicken salad looks and tastes like the real thing. Yuki Noguchi/NPR hide caption

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Betting Better Fake Chicken Meat Will Be As Good As The Real Thing

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