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  • Crusading against the anti-plate trend
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    The Botanist (2015) ©
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Crusading against the anti-plate trend

Whether it’s serving sourdough in slippers or beef curry from a toilet bowl, overreaching restaurants have turned their backs on the humble plate. With over 45,000 Twitter followers, We Want Plates is a movement crusading against the anti-plate trend, fighting for a return to traditional crockery.

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