“When I told my cheffy friends seven or eight years ago that I was vegetarian, I was met with nervous laughter. They looked at me like I had weird stuff growing out of my face.” I’m talking to chef and cookbook author Anna Jones as she gracefully sips her decaf latte and waxes lyrical about the virtues of a meat-free lifestyle. I keep thinking about the bacon sandwich I carelessly inhaled approximately half an hour previous. Jones is literally glowing with health. I am glowing from wearing too many layers on a humid day and having to jog to get to the trendy East London cafe where we had arranged to meet on time. “St. John [Fergus Henderson’s pioneering nose-to-tail[…]