The Gadarene Swine is a carnivore chef's complicated vegan venture

Jonathan Gold review: Phillip Frankland Lee's the Gadarene Swine in Studio City is like his Scratch Bar, but without the meat.
Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • October 24, 2014
The pleasures of veganism, not so long ago the far frontier of meat-free dining, are not as elusive as they used to be. The strictures of raw-food enthusiasts, macrobiotic restaurants and paleo devotees make the demands of vegans, who demand only...
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