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Martha Stewart Likes Big, Long Wieners

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I never thought I’d write the words “Martha Stewart” and “big, long wiener” in the same sentence, but I also never thought Giorgio Armani would double-cross PETA.

On a recent episode of The Martha Stewart Show, the talk show host invited the folks from Empire National to showcase their 15-foot long hotdog, which was inspired by the world’s largest hotdog – a whopping 197 feet long of mystery meat.

It’s estimated that Americans consume approximately 20 billion hot dogs each year, which figures out to be about 634 a second. Besides the fact that hotdogs are insanely bad for you, they’re also exceptionally cruel and totally NOT eco-friendly.

While Martha has worked with PETA in the past to expose the realties of the fur trade, obviously Martha has no problem supporting the meat industry. Said Martha: “For those of you who don’t think length matters, I disagree – especially when it comes to wieners. There’s just never enough bites in a hot dog.” Um…gross!

If you’d rather not dine on pig but still wanna go to the barbecue, visit Yves and check out all their groovier, greener meat-free products!

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