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Martha Stewart: No More Beef

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Will Martha Stewart be the next big celebrity name to embrace an all-plant diet?

According to Vegansaurus, the media mogul spent a bit of time with her audience after this week’s vegan special answering questions and shooting the shit; when suddenly, she expressed her disgust of meat.

“I didn’t buy it from my regular butcher; I usually buy three pounds of good ground chuck and I took it home—this was from the supermarket—and I rolled it in my hands and my hands were stained red and I vowed I wouldn’t eat beef again… No really, it was horrifying… What the heck do they do to the beef that made my hands red? It shouldn’t do that.”

Welcome to the horrible reality of factory farmed meat, Martha! Apparently, the 69-year-old (anyone else shocked that she’s almost 70?) also said that she’s slowly moving towards a more plant-based diet. Awesome.

Now granted, Martha did not make these comments during the actual taping; which is a bummer. But making a conscious effort in her personal life to consume less meat would definitely shade her empire a bit more green.

Check out Vegansaurus’ full report on Martha’s vegan show here – which includes an amusing “Oh no, you didnt’!’ moment involving honey.

Note: Vegansaurus appears to be currently down. In the meantime, check out a cached version of the page here.

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