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Chef Bill Yosses: I don’t want to demonize cream, butter, sugar and eggs.

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This pastry chef is leaving the White House this June. What really happened? In fact, he serves the WH for seven years. He serves both parties (Democrat and Republican). Bill is joining his husband in New York.

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Bill praises the First Lady Michelle Obama in transcending on healthy eating to our nation. Kids should be educated on how they eat; he suggested that this should be added on school curriculum so students well informed.

Bill Yosses said: “I don’t want to demonize cream, butter, sugar and eggs.” What does he mean? Was he instructed to modify these ingredients? Chefs like to use original ingredients. That's the credo. However, it can be fixed by substitution in order not to change the taste.



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