Putting 'Crowdsourcing' to work: Offer Vegetarian Ideas to Meat loving Chef

I recently had a discussion with a chef we will call Ken (no Barbie involved) on the use of vegetable stocks versus meat stocks. I have to say that he is basically a meat loving guy and does not feel that you can get as much flavor in a dish with a vegetarian base. After reading Jeff Howe's piece on The Rise of Crowdsourcing in Wired magazine, I thought calling on all the vegetarians to make suggestions to this red meat lover would be a good way to test the theory of Crowdsourcing. Just post your 'constructive' suggestions in the comments. Thank you.

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