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PETA Names Top Five Most Vegetarian-Friendly Rehab Centers

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Being famous has its perks: money, power, having your picture on Ecorazzi. But being a celebrity can also be crappy too: money, power, having your picture on non-Ecorazzi celebrity blogs. And if you want to be famous and plan on following the Hollywood trend (at least young Hollywood), you might as well just prepare yourself now for at least 3-6 months of solid rehab time. But wait! You can’t ingest all that methadone on an empty stomach! How will our favorite vegetarian celebrities eat properly while serving out their rehabilitation time?

Luckily for them PETA has just released a list of the top five most vegetarian-friendly rehab centers and some of them look DELICIOUS. In fact, all this talk about vegetarian celebrity rehabs is making me kinda thirsty. Check out the list while I go get a drink at the bar. See ya there!

5. The Meadows (Arizona): All about fresh, organic root veggies, tofu, veggie burgers, and vegetarian casseroles, this desert oasis has helped the likes of Kate Moss, Eric Benet, Mike Tyson, Elle McPherson, Tara Palmer-Tompkinson, Paul Gascoigne, Ron Wood, Kerry Katona, Michael Barrymore, and Whitney Houston.

4. Hazelden (Minnesota): Hazelden offers Gardenburgers, veggie chili, veggie riblets, vegetable egg rolls, and sautéed vegetable sandwiches. Calvin Klein and Aaron Sorkin are two of the famous faces who have stayed at this ultra-famous facility.

To view the 3 remaining most vegetarian-friendly rehab centers, visit blog.peta.org. Cheers!

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