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"The Conscious Cook" Author Tal Ronnen Gets Vegan On The Ellen DeGeneres Show

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It’s chilly outside and we’re craving something hearty from the kitchen. Lucky for us, celebrity chef Tal Ronnen appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres show yesterday to show the world just how easy and filling vegan cooking can be.

From Ellen’s official site:

“Many people have considered going vegan but thought it would be too hard. Ellen has shown everyone just how easy it can be, and today CHEF TAL RONNEN will be here to teach one of his easy-to-make and delicious vegan recipes from his new cookbook, ‘The Conscious Cook.’ We know what you’ll be making for dinner tonight.”

Ronnen is well-known for serving as Oprah Winfrey’s private chef during her 21-day vegan cleanse. He is also famous for catering Ellen and Portia’s vegan wedding, Arianna Huffington’s party at the Democratic National Convention, and the first vegan dinner at the U.S. Senate.

If you’re a regular reader, you might remember that last week we had the chance to sample some of Tal’s insanely delicious cuisine at a special four-course meal at Candle 79.

Trust us…this guy can cook!

To get the recipe for Ronnen’s beefless stew, visit Ellen’s site!

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