Vegans have been left out of the meat industry, but it’s not as bad as they thought.
They’ve even been told not to ask for steak in Japan.
And they’re still not vegan, says chef Shigeru Mizuhashi, who was recently awarded a Michelin star.
He was one of several chefs at the Michelin award ceremony at the Ritz Carlton hotel in Tokyo, to be held later this month.
The Michelin Guide for Japanese Restaurants is a guide to Michelin-starred restaurants in the world.
Mizuhashi won the award for the first time on Sunday, for his new take on a burger and brie.
Vegan, vegetarian or not, it was still not easy, he said.
I had to do a lot of research.
I had to look for what it was I could be vegetarian.
The burger is vegan but I had an egg on top.
I couldn’t eat it.
The brie is a little bit different but the burger was vegan.
There was a lot going on in the kitchen.
You just can’t really do vegan.
So the burger came out vegan but the brie was not.
It’s not good to be a vegan, he added.
You can’t go and eat the burger.
I could eat it if I wanted to but I wouldn’t do that.
It was just a burger.
The chef said the burger should have been vegan, too.
We’ve got to change the way we look at the whole process.
He said it would be very hard to get someone to do that for a steak.
My burger was the best thing I’ve ever had, he told the ABC.
But why not try and get them to eat it?