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The lovely ladies that starred in Beyonce‘s “Yonce” video are just as good at cooking as they are at dancing.

Chanel Iman and Joan Smalls joined Jourdan Dunn for her cooking show, “Well Done With Jourdan Dunn,” to demonstrate one of the healthy plant-based meals B couldn’ve eaten during her 22-day vegan challenge.

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Meatless Monday Recipe–The Shirley Temple Drink

Written by Vegetarian Star on Monday, February 17th, 2014 in Actresses, Food & Drink, Meatless Monday Recipe, Recipes.

Shirley Temple

Most beverages without milk or cream are vegan (with the exception of alcohol that is filtered with animal ingredients), so a mixed drink for a Meatless Monday recipe doesn’t at first sound all that novel or interesting.

But this drink concocted after one of America’s greatest acting legends, Shirley Temple, is not only refreshing, but also provides an opportunity to throw in a few healthful kicks in the punch.

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Mayim's Vegan Table

Mayim Bialik‘s long awaited first cookbook will be available later this month.

Mayim’s Vegan Table contains over 100 recipes for many Jewish dishes like her version of traditional egg-based bread, challah.

Bialik’s Hot Pretzel Challah Bread takes the braided loaf and recreates it to resemble a gigantic version of your favorite game time food.

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Rachael Ray

Superbowl 2014 is just around the corner (check out the sites that offer countdowns by the day, hour and minute)!

Game day is traditionally filled with meaty appetizers like chicken wings, but a vegetarian or vegan football lover can still score at home with his big screen if he makes Rachael Ray‘s Vegetable Nacho Supreme dish for the event.

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The Juice Generation

Juicing is popular among many health enthusiasts, celebrities included.

A new book titled The Juice Generation, brings tips, advice, recipes and more from some of your favorite celebrities who always include a blender or mixer on the list of “must haves” backstage.

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Rachael Ray Week in a Day

Rachael Ray has always been one of the reigning queens of celebrity chef television.

Her latest cookbook, Week in a Day, is filled with dozens of recipes taken from her popular Food Network television show with the same name.

With the abundance of faux meats and cheeses and egg substitutes out there, it’s easy to veganize or vegify almost any recipe.

A blogger from Babble has done just that with a dish from Ray’s Week in a Day, Spicy Roasted-Tomato Marinara with Spaghetti Squash.

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Carla Hall

Christmas dinners are equally about the smells as they are the tastes.

There’s nothing more pleasant than a kitchen filled with vegan aromas like dairy and egg-free desserts, a medley of vegetables enhanced with olive oil and spices and a well-seasoned plant-based protein dish.

Carla Hall must be just as fond of Christmas smells as she is the flavors, and she’s put together her own version of a potpourri to freshen up your household for the holidays.

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Travis Stork

Travis Stork, one of the co-host of The Doctors, has two healthy recipes to consume this holiday season to help you fight those unwanted pounds.

Both his Rosemary Garlic Olive Oil Bread Dip and White Bean Spread are not only good for you, they also make excellent appetizers.

Dr. Stork has in the past recommended upping the intake of fruits and vegetables to increase your daily fiber consumption and to create a feeling of fullness, which helps you eat less.

White beans are full of fiber, plus protein, giving you the opportunity to enjoy enjoy this dip as a meal when consumed in larger amounts.

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