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Lea Michele Loves Alicia Silverstone's Vegan Lentil Stew

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We’re not sure if Lea Michele is still a full-fledged vegan or if she simply leans more toward a vegan diet, but we do know she’s still cooking up a storm.

One of her favorite new recipes appears to be from her friend, and vegan extraordinaire, Alicia Silverstone. Michele whipped up Silverstone’s vegan lentil stew and tweeted at her friend, “@AliciaSilv made your yummy lentil stew tonight for dinner! It was soooo good! 🙂 #TheKindDiet”

The beautiful part is, anyone can make Alicia’s lentil stew. As the “Glee” star notes, it’s available in The Kind Diet, Silverstone’s best selling vegan cookbook.

Michele is such a big fan of The Kind Diet, she even did some guest blogging on the website The Kind Life. We still love this one on the star’s thoughts on horse-drawn carriages.

What’s your favorite recipe in The Kind Diet?

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