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Adele Goes Vegetarian Because of Her Dog

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“Rolling in the Deep” singer, Adele, has decided to go veg— and it’s all thanks to her pet pooch.

Apparently every time the 23-year-old eats meat she is reminded of her dog, so she has officially given up all meat products.

“I’m trying to be veggie,” she told Britain’s Radio 1. “For what I want to do next year I have to be really healthy and stuff like that.”

The crooner then added, “I can find another way of getting all the stuff out of meat you need. I hate that tofu stuff though. It’s rank. Whenever I’m about to eat meat I always see my little dog’s eyes.”

Anyone have some yummy meat-free suggestions for this new veggie?

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  • Xtine

    Veggie restaurants when you’re on the go… check happycow.net to find restaurants, bakeries, and veg-friendly shops, along with reviews of them. This is how I found many of the great veggie places in Toronto. 🙂 Also, other commenters are right, in that there are some amaaaaaaazing ways to enjoy tofu and even veggies that you may not have cared for as long as you’re preparing it the right way and using the best sauces and spices! However, beans and lentils are a wonderful option too, as you can do so much with them.

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