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'Glee' Star Lea Michele Hearts Vegan Cupcakes And Bottled Water

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Here on the Razz, we’ve talked a lot about Glee star Lea Michele’s vegan diet. Long story short: we’re a fan of the lifestyle choice!

In a recent interview on Stylelist.com, Lea discussed her new planet-pleasing diet and favorite guilty pleasures.

“Dark chocolate and vegan cupcakes!,” said Michele. “My guilty pleasure used to be cheese but since I’ve become a vegan I’ve found that vegan desserts taste better than any regular dessert, so that’s what I go to immediately. I’m obsessed with Smart Water. I drink it all day long. I used to be a really big coffee drinker and then I just decided to cut down.”

Hmm. While we’re pleased as punch to see Lea passing on the cheese, we’re a little depressed about the Smart Water thing. Sure, drinking water is great — but all that bottled is bad for Mama Earth’s health.

According Food and Water Watch, bottled water produces up to 1.5 million tons of plastic waste per year. What’s more, it takes 47 million gallons of oil per year to produce all that plastic. Yikes!

Can Lea give up all that bottled agua? Our fingers are crossed!

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