Growing up on a farm in southern Ontario,?Toronto chef Ikeila Wright says she ate enough beef as a child to last her a lifetimeorganizers o.?
Then, her parents grew crops and raised livestock. Now, she’s?the chef and owner at One Love Vegetarian, a Jamaican vegetarian restaurant in Toronto.
“What I eatThe Montreal Canadiens in NHL playoff hockey action Saturday, what I put on my plate, is personal. And I think for everyone it should be personal, but it also should be conscious,” Wright said.
“We have to think about sustainability. We have to think about future generations, because history will find us accountable for the choices that we make nowThe United States..”