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Jessica Simpson Taking Vegan Cooking Classes To Impress Fiance

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I have really rather enjoyed following Jessica Simpson‘s transformation from a chicken-of-the-sea-omnivore, to this lean, mean, green loving machine who is willing to open her mind to vegan possibilities, all thanks to her cruelty free fiance, Eric Johnson.

Now, we told you we were a bit skeptical of this courtship at first, as Johnson is an NFL “free agent” (aka unemployed) and we assumed he was after her money (or something?). But really, his presence in her life seems to be having only positive effects, and this makes us very happy!

For example, Simpson hosted a vegan Thanksgiving this year, and is experimenting with a vegan diet, and now the singer is reportedly taking vegan cooking classes! How cool!

The 30-year-old announced her engagement to Johnson in November, and allegedly has invested in a number of animal-free cookbooks, but now she’s amping up her vegan-game to impress her fiance.

If anyone ever watched the Newlyweds reality show that Simpson starred in with then-husband Nick Lachey, you’ll remember that cooking was never a strong suit. “She hardly ever prepared meals when she and ex-hubby Nick Lachey were together,”a source told National Enquirer. “Jessica is determined to be more of a domestic goddess this time in regards to her marriage.

Hey, second time’s the charm, right? And perhaps the singer is taking her responsibilities a bit more seriously since it seems that she’s ready to start a family.

“I definitely see myself having a family with Eric, so that’s exciting to think about,” Simpson stated.

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