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Written by Vegetarian Star on Friday, November 2nd, 2012 in Birthdays, Female Singers.

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A big slice of vegan birthday cake goes out to the following vegetarian or vegan celebrities today.

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K.D. Lang Life Of Vegetarian Portland Scene

Written by Vegetarian Star on Thursday, June 28th, 2012 in Female Singers, Food & Drink, Travel.

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K.D. Lang has found a comfortable home in Portland, Oregon, not only because the city is in align with many of her values, but there are countless places to eat vegetarian and vegan!

“I’m kind of a foodie, so the culinary scene here is appealing. Right now, I’m a gluten-free vegetarian, so that’s pretty limited but also exciting. And obviously, I’m a liberal, and this is a pretty liberal town, in fact one of the most liberal in America.”

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“I think when you say you’re vegetarian, it hits a button in people. Somewhere deep inside them, they go ‘Ooh. That makes me feel weird. I have to think about what I’m eating. That’s hard!’ But vegetarians can be painfully self-righteous. I’ve been a vegetarian for 30 years and I’ve certainly gone through militant phases where Chrissie Hynde and I have been like, ‘Fuck you, meat eaters!”

k.d. Lang, on how she’s gotten a little nicer about being a vegetarian over the years. Of course, many people, especially in her hometown where cattle is king, haven’t always been nice to her.

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Slice Of Vegan Celebrity Birthday Cake To (Drum Roll)

Written by Vegetarian Star on Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010 in Birthdays, Female Musicians, Female Singers.

A big slice of vegan birthday cake goes out to the following vegetarian or vegan celebrities today.

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Slice Of Vegan Celebrity Birthday Cake To (Drum Roll)

Written by Vegetarian Star on Monday, November 2nd, 2009 in Birthdays, Female Musicians, Female Singers.

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A big slice of vegan birthday cake goes out to the following vegetarian or vegan celebrities today.

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Dana Goldberg Confirms Vegan Lesbian Stereotype

Written by Vegetarian Star on Saturday, March 14th, 2009 in Comedians.

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With an introductory line in her bio that reads, “Raised by a wild pack of Jews, otherwise known as her mother and siblings, Dana Goldberg is a force of nature on stage,” you can see why Dana Goldberg is on the fast track to becoming one of the most famous comedians in the nation.

She made the cover of CURVE, the nation’s #1 selling Lesbian magazine, which has featured famous lesbians (AND VEGETARIANS!) K.D. Lang and Ellen DeGeneres in the past.

She’ll readily debunk the stereotypes about lesbians while acknowledging ones that are true-at least for herself. From Local-IQ.com:

“I also think a lot of people assume all lesbians are big, butch women wearing flannel and Crocs. Granted some of them do, but not all of us. I got rid of my flannel years ago!”

“I know a lot of people also think all lesbians play softball, work at Home Depot, get tickets every time Melissa Etheridge comes to town even though we’ve seen her 15 times, drive trucks and SUVs, have cats, only eat organic food, were once Vegans at some point in our lives and drink excessive amounts of beer. Okay all that’s true, I got nothin’.”

She loves vegetarian burritos and occasionally, sopapillas, but not too often.

“I don’t want my flannel shirts to get too snug,” she  joked.

Read the entire interview with Dana at Local-IQ.com.

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Sarah Mair and Hugh Blair are two bloggers documenting their travel experiences at Tale Of Two Burghs. It was a visit to Edinburgh, where there is a restaurant called David Bann, where the waiter gave the dish on K.D. Lang’s favorite meal there:

“Damien asked the server what she recommended and she told us that her favorite– and k.d. Lang’s apparently– was tart of mushroom, spinach and Criffell cheese: wild and cultivated mushrooms cooked with wine, garlic and tarragon blended with fresh spinach and Criffel, a semi soft cheese from Dumfries, baked on homemade puff pastry. Served with baby potatoes, carrots and onion gravy. It did not disappoint.”

Lang once made headlines with her, “Meat Stinks,” commercials, which angered some members of the beef farming community. We’re not trying to offend, but how else should we put this? Meat stinks… angers…they say truth does hurt.

Lang’s latest album, Watershed, was released in February of this year and is the first original material she’s produced since 2000.

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