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Honey LaBronx Starts 'Vegan Drag Queen' Cooking Show

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Last week we told you about The Vegan Zombie cooking show, complete with vegan eats and zombie horror. Now, here’s a brand new online vegan cooking show!

Honey LaBronx, also known as the Vegan Drag Queen, has added a cooking show to her website, she told us via Twitter. On the blog Honey’s Kitchen, Honey says the site is for both vegans and non-vegans. “This is a place where I can pass on what I have been learning since becoming Vegan and venturing into the kitchen.  Whether it’s sharing recipes, educating about the animal suffering involved in a non-Vegan diet, or offering tips on how to wow your friends with delicious baked goods…  It is my hope to help inspire, enlighten, and EMBOLDEN everyone to pick up their spatulas, let out a battle cry, and charge HEART FIRST into their kitchens!”

The new cooking show will put that into how-to videos for making different vegan dishes. The first episode of The Vegan Drag Queen Cooking Show is up and Honey shows viewers how to make basic seitan. Check out the video after the jump below!

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