Scott Gold

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Scott Gold is an American author based in Brooklyn, New York, most famous for his 2008 book The Shameless Carnivore: A Manifesto for Meat Lovers. He has been a contributing food reviewer for various newspapers.[1]

Gold is originally from New Orleans, Louisiana[2] and attended St. Martin's Episcopal School in the neighboring suburb of Metairie.[3] He studied philosophy and literature at Washington University in St. Louis, graduating magna cum laude.[1]



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