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PETA Sends Rachel McAdams Vegetarian Cookbooks

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Rachel McAdams recently opened up about why she stopped her vegetarian diet. The actress said, “I was one (a vegetarian) once, but it made me very tired. I just ate pasta – I was the most unhealthy vegetarian ever! I’d like to try it again now that I know about (popular meat alternatives) quinoa and bulgur. I think I’d be better the second time around.” If I only ate pasta, this vegan would be tired too.

According to Contactmusic, PETA has heard McAdams’ cry for veg help and is sending her a care package filled with items that will help her get back on track. The animal rights organization sent her cookbooks including The Conscious Cook by Chef Tal Ronnen and The Kind Diet by Alicia Silverstone along with a vegetarian starter kit and more.

Good luck, Rachel! If you need any more help, you can always turn to Ecorazzi’s 8 Veggie Cookbooks Worth Devouring!

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  • skchgo

    Also tell her to try Native Foods Cafe several different locations in California, its the first chain vegan casual dining, a couple of them are in Chicago and one in Oregon. I knew they were good once I started craving their food.

  • Lester J Smiley

    are quinoa and bulgur really “popular meat alternatives”? To me they’re more like yummy grains. nonetheless, it’s a good thing to learn about new veggie options… vegan is the best diet for the planet y’alls.

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