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Samantha Barks Relates To Fish For PETA Ad

Written by Vegetarian Star on Monday, March 2nd, 2015 in Actresses, Animal Issues, Food & Drink.

Samantha Barks

Samantha Barks may be known for her roles in I’d Do Anything and Les Misérables, but an advertisement for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has her living the life of a fish in order to get the message out about animal welfare.

The vegetarian actress wants fans to know how fish feel when they’re being caught for food.


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Tiffani Thiessen has a new Cooking Channel show, Dinner at Tiffani’s, which features the actress known well for the late 90s/early 80s teenage series Saved By the Bell.

Dinner at Tiffani’s is not likely to be too vegetarian–from the looks of her website she’s cooking all the meaty items she craved during her first pregnancy that made her give up vegetarianism.

But she did stop by TODAY to demonstrate a couple of recipes she considers comfort food, including her Homemade Roasted Tomato Soup.


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Richard Linklater has made news for his Oscar-nominated film about an adolescent’s 12 years of life in Texas, Boyhood.

The critics will soon give accolades to a spin-off that follows the director through his last three decades of eating vegetarian, Veghood.

In a short video for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, Linklater can be seen throughout the years discussing what a plant-based diet has done for him and animals.


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Beyonce And Trainer Start Vegan Meal Delivery Service

Written by Vegetarian Star on Friday, February 6th, 2015 in Female Singers, Food & Drink.


Beyonce has teamed with her trainer Marco Borges to launch a vegan meal delivery service.

The company, 22 Days Nutrition, is named based on the idea that it takes 22 days to make or break a habit. It’s a concept Beyonce and husband Jay Z adopted awhile back when they both went on a vegan cleanse diet.


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Jamie Oliver Brillant Veggie Burger

What exactly is a brilliant veggie burger?

One made from veggies and legumes and topped with crispy, hearty onion rings like the real ones featured in diners.

Don’t forget a vegan mayo made entirely from scratch.

It’s what Jamie Oliver envisioned as the perfect veggie burger and it also happens to be what he and Ellie Goulding made during the singer’s visit to his British television series Jamie and Jimmy’s Friday Night Feast.


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Jamie and Jimmy's Friday Night Feast

Jamie Oliver has hosted his share of food shows that combine good cooking with lessons on where your food comes from.

One of his more recent endeavors, Jamie and Jimmy’s Friday Night Feast, features a diner-like atmosphere where Oliver and Jimmy Doherty invite locals and celebrities over for cooking, food and fun.


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Ali Larter Considers Vegan Diet To Lose Baby Weight

Written by Vegetarian Star on Thursday, January 22nd, 2015 in Actresses, Food & Drink.

Ali Larter

Over the years, Vegetarian Star has reported on lots of interesting news on celebrity moms, moms-to-be and vegetarian/vegan diets.

Many of them focus on celebrities who (sadly) give up plant-based diets during pregnancy due to insatiable cravings.

Here’s a story about an actress who might try vegan after giving birth.

Ali Larter posted her thoughts to Instagram on whether or not vegan food might bring back her pre-baby body.

Sounds promising, even though it was done over a very meaty and cheesy dish.


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The month of January is almost over.

Many made New Year’s Resolutions at the beginning of the month.

For some of you, those resolutions were broken by January 2, 12:01 a.m.

Christina Pirello has a few tips to keep those commitments to better habits going in 2015.

She shared some of these during an interview that’s posted on The Mercury.

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Who said anything about going vegan overnight? Pirello suggests making small changes in your diet. “Just add a vegetable in your diet in some way,” she said.


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