Chicago Chef Offers 'Faux Gras'

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Chicago's city council famously barred foie gras from the city's tables last summer, on the grounds that it is cruel to force feed geese or ducks. As several other states consider banning the fatty delicacy, some chefs have come up with an alternative. Chicago chef Tony Mantuano discusses his vegetarian 'faux gras' substitute with Jacki Lyden.



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