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Paul McCartney And Family Help Promote Meat-Free Mondays!

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Paul McCartney is singing the praises of Meat-Free Monday and getting the whole gang to join in. 

Stella, Paul and the rest of the McCartney clan is asking everyone to do their part for the environment and drop the cruel stuff for at least one day a week. 

In a video on Channel 4 news, McCartney said: 

“Basically, it’s just to encourage people to not eat meat for one day in the week — Monday — when they’ve overdone it over the weekend, possibly. And the idea is that it’s very beneficial for the environment.” 

Yoko Ono has also joined the campaign and is hoping that she can encourage her fans to go flesh-free as well.

Check out the video below and tell us your thoughts on Meat-Free Mondays. We think it sounds swell!

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