Mike Lee of Studiofeast realized that while vegetarians and omnivores have very different eating behaviors, when dining together, the omnivores usually have to compromise and eat a meat-free option. However, with the double dinners he created, you can truly get the best of both worlds.
Lee and the rest of Studiofeast set out to create a meal for 20 vegetarians and 20 omnivores that looked nearly identical. With a gourmet meal including tartares, marrows, noodles, scallops and dessert, each group got to enjoy delicious dishes without either party feeling as though they were missing out on anything.
On behalf of Studiofeast, Lee explains, "at Studiofeast, we thought it’d be cool to do a meal where an omnivore and a vegetarian could both share the same meal without the former forgoing meat or the latter having to try flesh."
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