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The Green Quote: Ellen DeGeneres Declares Her Love For Veganism

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RGB“I personally chose to go vegan because I educated myself on factory farming and cruelty to animals, and I suddenly realized that what was on my plate were living things, with feelings. And I just couldn’t disconnect myself from it any longer. I read books like “Diet for a New America” and saw documentaries like “Earthlings” and “Meet your Meat,” and it became an easy choice for me.

If you choose to educate yourself, it’ll be an easy choice for you, too. Click here to take a look at a variety of reasons for living a vegan life.”

Ellen DeGeneres publicly discussing veganism on her official page. Seriously, there are no words to describe how utterly thrilled I am that Ellen is part of Team V. This just proves why she deserved the title of Ecorazzi’s Number 1 Celebrity Vegan of 2009. Here at the Razz, we support Ellen one hundred percent and look forward to her continued work in the movement. Keep rockin’ the good stuff, E!

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