According to Hello Magazine, the seven month pregnant Duchess of Cambridge recently enjoyed an Indian vegetable dished prepared by Chan Shingadia and her husband Hash, who operate a spar shop in the UK when they’re not cooking.
“We [de Rossi is married to Ellen DeGeneres] go to our farm, light a fire in our cabin, and cook together. Ellen’s favorite dish is red beans and rice, so we make that a lot. Any night on our farm is lovely,” de Rossi said of the perfect getaway weekend.
“I was 57, which you know, happens to everyone who is lucky enough to live to be 57 and I was 40 pounds overweight, my cholesterol was 50 points higher than it should have been and my blood sugar was high. I had a conventional doctor who wanted to do things via surgery and drugs and then I went and saw this older guy, who’s not very conventional, but is very smart, who I’ve known for a long time and I said, “Here’s the numbers, what should I do?”
“He said: “You should become a vegan.”
–Mark Bittman, in a feature in the Huffington Post on his new book, Eat Vegan Before 6, and the flexitarian plan he designed that serves as the book’s inspiration.
Everyone’s favorite Skinny Bitch has penned a new book on another side to the vegan lifestyle in addition to eating.
Beg: A Radical New Way of Regarding Animals by Rory Freedman is filled with advice on how everyone, from meat eater to raw vegan, can improve the lives of millions of cats and dogs in the world.
In chapter 1, titled “All My Children,” Freedman introduces the reader to the love she has for her pets using the same sass found in the diet books she has co-authored over the years.
“Like every other psychotic dog mom, I could write an entire book about my pack. I adopted the first two, Timber and Joey, with my then boyfriend Reggie (Reggie isn’t his real name. In order to protect his privacy, I’m using the name of his first dog.)