She's always funny this one. Enjoy :)
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I applaud her for taking veganism into the mainstream - it's more than any other celeb I can think of....? After my second crack at 100% vegan, I would say I would leave the gourmet/cooked stuff for special occasions - its actually easier on the mostly-mono HCRV in my opinion.
she's great. too bad she shills for a company that tests on animals. so how vegan is she really?
Ellen is really cool... and influential.... (hope hope)...
I have always been a big fan of Ellen's and this takes up a bunch of notches! Whether she is cooked or raw, it doesn't matter to me. :)
haha, Ill be clapping with you ;)
I am so overwhelmed with the sick population that truly need 811rv.
You did good. Her diet is a baby step in the right direction. Wait until Mc Donalds starts promoting veganism. I'll clap aloud!
I am completely on the she page as you, organic ! not a doubt in my mind, just couldn't help but to share a video that brought a smile on my lips. synthesizing entertainment and ethics/health always works in my book.
but yes, it is most definitely still not optimal ! copy that
The problem with cooked starches is people cannot eat them un-doctored up. I'm with Doug on this one. No grains, no starches at all. It is a more radical approach from SAD for sure, but one that is much healthier.
Yes, veganism is so much better than SAD.
Sannahavanna, you are so right. And what I see so much of is that cooked vegans are high fat vegans, high starch vegans, and high salt users also. My students come to me eating SAD and I go straight to transitioning to raw without stopping at this.
I was simply enjoying her spreading the word. first step: vegan, second step: raw vegan ;) thats how it happens in many cases anyhow.
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