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The Green Quote: Candice Bergen Is A "Jenny Garth" Kind Of Vegetarian

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“I haven’t eaten red meat for 40 years. I wish I could give up chicken (except free-range) but then I’m down to fish which seem a) tainted, and b) endangered. By the way, I don’t not eat meat mainly for health reasons but also because I had an epiphany walking through Les Halles at the age of 23 that eating meat is disgusting, arrogant, oblivious and unconscionably cruel. Moving on … I try increasingly to eat only organic veggies and fruit.”

Candice Bergen making me super frustrated by explaining that even though she finds eating meat “disgusting” and “unconscionably cruel,” she STILL does it. What the Jenny Garth is going on? I’m gonna hold a workshop for all of these almost VEG celebs out there and show them that plant protein is badass! FOR REAL!!! 

via: vegetarianstar.com

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