THE STAR ANIMAL
"I don't think pork is going anywhere, but what I'd like to see is some of the seafood that's native to here become more prominent. I also think vegetables are going to continue to take over the plate."

 

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Leah Dubois, Local 149

THE HOT TREND
"Eating for beauty! We will be rejuvenated and energized with fresh organic juices and locally and ethically soured animals and vegetables. Empty calories will be replaced with conscious ones. Hemp seeds and aloe-vera juice will take the place of Red Bull and white bread. Superfoods and longevity tinctures will mingle with tapas and libations."

THE CULINARY CONTROVERSY
"Rooftop and vertical farming. Cities like ours need more direct access to fresh, organic fruits and vegetables. Roof agriculture is environmentally sustainable. It reduces carbon emissions and improves our air quality. Urban dwellers will have more accessibility to healthy foods. The Hanging Gardens of Babylon may not be just a legend."

THE STAR ANIMAL
"The pig is still the star for sure. He's definitely got a few good years left."

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