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Best Vegetarian Stories Of 2015

Written by Vegetarian Star on Thursday, December 31st, 2015 in Actors, Animal Issues, Authors, Books, Business, Female Singers, Food & Drink, Male Singers, Restaurants.

David Duchovny Holy Cow

There were tons of great veggie stories in 2015. Here’s a look at some of the best.

#5 IKEA Launches Vegetarian Meatballs.
The home decor store with an eat-in restaurant had some bad press for the alleged horse meat in its regular meatballs. Now vegetarians can say “neigh” (groan) to any meat when they shop for that special table with the name that’s just as difficult to read as the instructions in its assembly manual.

#4 Morrissey Gives First In-Person Interview in Decade.
Ten years is a long time. Especially when you haven’t talked vegggie in person. The Smiths former singer came back and gave the world a few lessons on why they should never be hungry enough to eat animal flesh on Larry King Now.


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Thanksgiving at the Eisenberg‘s may be a lot like yours.

The actor who told Conan he was mostly vegetarian recounted holidays where he celebrates what his family calls “Thanksliving.”

If that sounds a little hard to comprehend, just take Eisenberg’s advice to Conan.

“It’s just one letter difference,” Eisenberg said over audience laughter.

One letter, plus some information about factory farmed turkeys, adopting live turkeys and delicious plant-based alternatives.

All this is explained in the humorous segment.

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“My mom was vegetarian my whole life and still is. So we ate a lot of vegetarian meals growing up. So maybe that’s the key. More plant-based meals.”

Liam Hemsworth, in an interview with Vanity Fair. The star was asked how he got his great looks and charm to land roles such as the one in Toronto Film Festival’s The Dressmaker. Look out, Dr. Spock. Hemsworth next project may include a parenting book that emphasizes champion veggie diets for kids!

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A guys night out is meant to be a manly night out, and there’s nothing manlier than two men digging their teeth into vegan food.

Lenny Kravitz and Denzel Washington were spotted leaving Crossroads, a popular vegan restaurant in West Hollywood, California.


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David Duchovny Pens “Holy Cow: A Modern-Day Dairy Tale”

Written by Vegetarian Star on Friday, February 13th, 2015 in Actors, Animal Issues, Books, pescatarian.

David Duchovny Holy Cow

Most know David Duchovny for his good looks and film roles, but many may not be aware that he’s also a pretty educated individual.

He holds a degree in English literature from Princeton and began a PhD in the same discipline at Yale.

Mr. Smarty Pants must know a thing or two about the meat and dairy industry as he’s created a satirical, but wise tale about a cow that decides to emigrate to India once she discovers the horrors of the factory farms in America.

Holy Cow: A Modern-Day Dairy Tale is the first novel from the X-Files and Californication actor.


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Ian Harding

“It’s interesting, because you can’t really cuddle birds; there’s just something [about them]. They’re beautiful, they’re different, they’re varied in so many ways and you can tell a lot about a landscape by the health of the bird population. And I love the songs they sing.”

Ian Harding, in an interview with the Humane Society of the United States for the January/February issue of its All Animals magazine. The actor has volunteered at the HSUS affiliated The Fund for Animals Wildlife Center in the past, helping the facility release rehabilitated birds.

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James Cromwell Reflects On 20th Anniversary Of “Babe”

Written by Vegetarian Star on Thursday, December 18th, 2014 in Actors, Animal Issues, Film & TV.

James Cromwell

It’s been two decades since an adorable pig charmed its way into the lives of millions of people, possibly letting them rethink the role of animals in human lives.

James Cromwell was already a vegetarian when he filmed the movie Babe, but after its completion, he was motivated to do more.


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Stella McCartney Honored By Jerry Seinfeld At Corporate Gala

Written by Vegetarian Star on Monday, November 17th, 2014 in Actors, Comedians, Fashion.

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Stella McCartney was honored at the Alice Tully Hall for Lincoln Center’s second annual Corporate Fund gala in New York.

Several star guests had kind words to say about the vegetarian clothing designer but it was a Q & A by comedian and actor Jerry Seinfeld that truly put the meat in a celebrity “roast.”

Seinfeld took the opportunity to joke about Stella’s cruelty-free ethics in her fashion collections, which includes not using leather or fur.

“I eat only leather and fur,” he said.


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