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Alicia Silverstone "The Kind Mama"

“We usually think of kindness in terms of how we treat others, but in order to be a kind mama, you need to start by being kind to yourself — both physically (from the foods you eat and how you take care of your body) and emotionally (to your way of thinking and your intentions for motherhood).”

Alicia Silverstone, in an email interview with NJ.com on her new book about weaving veganism into pregnancy and motherhood, The Kind Mama.

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Kimberly Elise Can “Hit The Floor” Dancing On Veggie Burgers Alone

Written by Vegetarian Star on Tuesday, April 8th, 2014 in Actresses, Food & Drink.

Kimberly Elise

Kimberly Elise plays a mother reemerging into the scene of pro basketball dance teams after her daughter joins the squad in the new Vh1 series Hit the Floor.

As with many vegetarian and vegan actors and actresses, there’s bound to be a few moments on a show where eating scenes require a bit of creativity.

For Elise, the solution was never to pretend to eat meat or pick the most carnivorous plant-based burger to consume while the rest of the cast ate dinner.

Instead, Hit the Floor creators had her announce to them — and anyone watching the show at home — that she’s a proud vegan.


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Juliana Hatfield

Juliana Hatfield knows how to get her dinner thing on.

Whether it’s a hot breakfast on Sunset Boulevard or wheat noodles with veggies in NYC, there’s never a dull moment in the life of the vegan singer when it comes to plant-based food.

One of the dishes she enjoys the most is one she can create in her own home.

Her “Dinner Thing” recipe is a basic combination of grains and vegetables you’ll likely to find a version of in your local veggie diner or hippie establishment.


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Danica McKellar Ditches Dairy For “Dancing With The Stars”

Written by Vegetarian Star on Friday, April 4th, 2014 in Actresses, Food & Drink.

Danica McKellar

Does Math whiz Danica McKellar have the formula for a flawless performance with her partner Valentin Chmerkovskiy on Dancing with the Stars?

The actress and author of several books geared to spark girls’ interest in Geometry and Algebra may not have her entire theorem mastered yet, but she does know dairy isn’t part of the equation.


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Bill Clinton was a guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live when one of the most popular interview topics surrounding the former president came up.

Kimmel asked Clinton about his vegan diet and what he missed most about it.

“One of the few things I miss about this diet is I loved having hard cheese,” Clinton said.

“I liked hard cheddar cheese and Swiss cheese — I miss that.”

When asked what he missed more, hard cheese or being POTUS, Clinton responded with the obvious.


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Michael Bolton

“I have been a vegetarian for more than 30 years and it’s been quite an easy lifestyle to maintain, even while traveling. I made the decision simply because it was healthier for me personally, but I like my friends to cook or order whatever makes them feel healthy and happy.”

Michael Bolton, on his motives for eating plant-based.

Photo: Alterna2/Creative Commons

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Dita Von Teeese Is A Daytime Vegan Inspiring Women

Written by Vegetarian Star on Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014 in Actresses, Flexitarian, Food & Drink.

Dita Von Teese

Dita Von Teese is doing the “vegan before six” thing, according to CBS Local DFW.

The article describes Von Teese as a “daytime vegan” (no meat or dairy during the day) and lists one of the burlesque dancer’s interests in addition to performing as inspiring women.


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Kellie Pickler Was A Vegetarian Outlaw In South Carolina

Written by Vegetarian Star on Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014 in Female Singers, Food & Drink.

Kellie Pickler

Kellie Pickler could create a bumper sticker that’s a play on one controversial American topic.

“If vegetarianism were outlawed in the South, then only outlaws would tell anybody they ate tofu.”

The country music singer was interviewing with the Las Vegas Review Journal when the subject of her diet came up.

When the journalist asked if it was against the law in the state of Tennessee to be a vegetarian, here’s what Pickler had to say:


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