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Robin Quivers Writing Memoir on Becoming Vegan

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Robin Quivers, radio personality and co-host of The Howard Stern Show, is sharing the story of how she became a vegan.

Quivers is working on a memoir entitled ‘The Vegucation of Robin,’ according to The Washington Post. The book will be published at the end of 2012 by Avery (Penguin Group USA), and will feature stories and jokes along with 75 healthy recipes.

The host of the web show ‘Vegucating Robin’ lost 70 pounds when she switched to a plant-based diet and started juicing. She said, “I have a lot of people now coming up to me because I’ve changed drastically, saying, ‘What’s your secret?’ When I tell them, they say, ‘Ugh, never mind.'” But Quivers says since removing animal products from her diet in 2007, she has found out that “the world of vegetables is a vast one,” and that it’s not all “boiled broccoli.”

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  • gasface

    …I don’t way I’m writng other to say, as others has said, I really trust in you. Received I have a medical condition that limited my speech. I stuffed a minor stoke late October 2011. Bit my coordiation of physical activties remains the same, mixing my word comes out a little strange sometimes. I just want you, and the rest of Howard’s crew to know, that in the hosptial where I stay, you where constant on. The “Old Farts…” was a gas! I 62 (& a half), not married and I’m not bald…

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