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Gwyneth Paltrow Loves Vegenaise

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In the latest edition of her online newsletter GOOP, Gwyneth Paltrow interviews director/cook Tamra Davis on her self-published, purse-sized cookbook, Make Me Something Good To Eat. The great thing about Davis is that she’s a vegetarian — so we finally have a Paltrow newsletter that isn’t loaded with meat dishes and recipes.

As Gwyneth states in the opening, her and Davis are big fans of Vegenaise — the world-famous (yummy), egg-free and all natural alternative to Mayonaise. We imagine this is a carry-over from the days when the actress was an actual vegan — something we’re pretty sure is no longer the case.

Of course, she is always good at throwing curve balls. Of her veggie friend Tamra Davis, she says “we have a similar food ethos.” Uh huh.

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