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McDonald's To Open Vegetarian Restaurants

The first two entirely vegetarian McDonald’s restaurants are scheduled to open next year near Hindu and Sikh pilgrimage sites in northern India, offering items such as potato patties and vegetable-and-cheese pastries instead of traditional burgers. What do you think?

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