The “Old Spice Guy” Isaiah Mustafa told the world months ago he was following a vegan diet.
The good news is, he still is.
The bad news is, he needs a lesson on vegan cooking because even a woman who loves his scent won’t stick around if the only vegan item he can make is an almond milk shake.
“Sorry, I’m not much of a cook,” he told News Blaze’s Kam Williams. “I make a lot of shakes, and eat some fruit, but I generally keep it moving. I don’t sit down and have meal too often, unless I go out for dinner. Right now, I’m on a vegan diet.”
Someone tell Isaiah there are some really great vegan cookbooks that have hit the shelves in the past few months .
Like Good Housekeeping‘s Simply Vegan, a 100-recipe collection from one of the largest publishers of information on food, health, diet and beauty. Simply Vegan was released in March, and features recipes for dishes like vegan mac and cheese, pumpkin waffles and polenta dishes with eggplant sauce.
And one of the most trusted magazines for vegetarian and vegan recipes and lifestyle advice, Vegetarian Times, has released a vegan cookbook, Everything Vegan, featuring 300 recipes like Seitan Satay with Peanut Sauce, Glazed Chocolate-Avocado Cupcakes and Basmati and Wild Rice over Acorn Squash.
Even those that don’t want to pay for recipes can surely find a public library to access the Internet for great veg recipe sites like vegweb.com, fatfreevegan.com, veganchef.com and vegandad.blogspot.com.
Does “The Man Your Man Could Smell Like” really have a good excuse for not being the chef you’d like every man to cook like?
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