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Turkey-Eating Gwyneth Paltrow Claims To Be A Vegetarian? WTF?

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Gwyneth Paltrow needs to make up her damn mind already! First she says she’s macrobiotic, then she claims to love fish and chips, then she poses with fur, then she apologizes to the animal-rights community for the mistake, then she writes an article stating that “turkey will always be the main event” at her Thanksgiving table, and now she’s claiming to be a vegetarian. WTF?

In Spain… On the Road Again – a 13 part culinary road trip featuring Gwyneth Paltrow, Mario Batali writer Mark Bittman and Spanish actress Claudia Bassols, the food-loving foursome travel Spain and sample a variety of cuisine. Now here’s the sticky part: Digital-TV.Co.UK is reporting that:

“As a vegetarian she said that she did not succumb to the temptation of jamón, a cured ham produced only in Spain and Portugal.”

WAIT! HOLD UP! STOP THE PRESSES! Didn’t Paltrow just write an ENTIRE article which was featured on the Huffington Post stating: “Turkey will always be the main event of Thanksgiving (at least in my house) and a whole turkey is the way to go if you’re feeding at least 12. But if your party is smaller, the stuffed turkey breast turns out to be a great halfway point.” Does Paltrow not consider bird a meat product?

Is anyone else as confused as I am?

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  • John333

    I have provided turkey on thanksgiving every to my guest most of whom are not vegitarian. I simple do not consume the turkey.

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