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Alyssa Milano Dresses In Veggies For PETA!

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The very famous, very sexy, very vegetarian, Alyssa Milano, is wearing nothing but salad for the folks at PETA.

The ad is part of PETA’s, Let Vegetarianism Grow On You campaign and features the actress turned sportswear designer in what looks to be a gown of collard greens and a corset made from asparagus and cabbage leaves.

Along with posing, Milano is asking her fans to boycott meat and visit PETA’s website for more information and some delicious free recipes.

To find out what other celebrates and historical figures have taken the Veg Pledge, visit FamousVeggie.com!

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