In March, we reported about Carrie Underwood’s transition from vegetarian to 95 percent vegan. Yesterday, she appeared on “The Ellen Show” where she opened up about her marriage and how her hockey player husband, Mike Fisher, is handling her veganism.
While Ellen DeGeneres praised Underwood for her veganism, the talk show host asked how her husband is dealing with it.
“I mean, obviously it’s one more…’Let’s make my life more complicated’ kind of thing,” she said. “But he’s all right. He’s actually getting better. I’ll offer to make him something I’m making myself and he’ll say ‘sure.’”
DeGeneres suggested Underwood try her personal chef Roberto Martin’s cookbook, “Vegan Cooking for Carnivores.” It’s for people who want to feel like they’re eating meat, but all the recipes are cruelty-free.
Underwood wants to be a good cook, so this sounds like good practice. She and her hubby are still learning how to compromise, but maybe Underwood can push him into more of a healthy diet. After all, he is a hockey player and needs all the strength he can get.
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