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Lea Michele Jokes People Think Her Vegan Diet Means She Just Eats Grass

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Lea Michele may be a famous actress and singer, but when it comes to fielding questions about her vegan diet, she’s just like anyone else. She has to address some misconceptions. In an upcoming interview with ‘Allure Magazine’ the Glee star talks about people’s confusion over her dietary choices.

She said, “People get confused, like, you know, I just eat grass. I’m half Italian. I can eat some b—-es under the table.”

What does she eat? When Michele first went vegan she said the idea of living her life without eating her mother’s lasagna was “very upsetting!” Happily, her mom figured out how to veganize the recipe so her daughter can still enjoy it. And so can you. A while back she shared a recipe for vegan lasagna roll ups. And trust me. They are delicious.

Other vegan foods Lea has shown a love for (that are not grass) include vegan cupcakes, amy’s vegan veggie burger, rice cheese and dark chocolate.

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