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Gordon Ramsay Going VEG For Indian Adventure — WTF???

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Gordon Ramsay has done about 43 things that make me want to punch him square in the jaw! So why is it that I suddenly feel a tremendous urge to give him a hug?

I’ll tell you why! Ramsay has agreed to go on a vegetarian tour of India for Gordon’s Great Escape — a reality show on the UK’s Channel 4.

According to Uknetguide.co.uk:

“Since coming to prominence in the TV guides, the chef has never shied away from criticising vegetarianism, with non meat-eaters having borne the brunt of his sharp tongue on more than one occasion.”

“As such, it’s hardly a surprise that producers have decided it would be a good idea to see how the committed carnivore gets on when deprived of his regular meaty fixes, with the forthcoming show ‘Gordon’s Great Escape’ set to follow Ramsay as he embarks on a vegetarian exploration of India.”

We’re talking about a guy who rips out the heart of puffins with his own bare hands, insists his daughters only date meat-eating men, and thinks that organic food is stupid. Why I oughta…

How do you think Gordon will do? Will he succeed at temporary vegetarianism or will he freak out and end up eating one of the camera men? Chime in and share your thoughts!

via: vegetarianstar.com

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