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Elizabeth Hurley Plans To Whip Up Some Organic TV Dinners

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The farm life appears to be suiting Elizabeth Hurley well. So well, that she’s now ready to start commercializing the venture. 

According to a new interview with Red Magazine, Hurley is hooking up with an organic food producer and is interested in making some low-fat, organic pre-packaged meals. “Fabulous versions that are delicious, healthy, not too expensive and very low in fat,” she said. “So, that’s my big dream, because there’s a massive hole in the market for that.”

The 42-year-old semi-retired actress is also creating a “low-fat” cookbook and may appear in a television series that documents her life on the farm. 

And how about those animals — 15 calves, 34 piglets and 50 lambs — that live on the farm? Hurley doesn’t have any hard feelings about turning them into food, because she knows they all lead incredible lives. “I think, if you were being cruel to animals, then the thought of eating them would be horrific. But our animals have the most fantastic, lovely lives farm animals could possibly have. I feel fine about it.”

via the Telegraph

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