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Tia Mowry and husband Cory Hardrict go vegan with help from Alicia Silverstone's The Kind DietTia Mowry and husband Cory Hardrict go vegan with help from Alicia Silverstone's The Kind Diet

Alicia Silverstone's 'The Kind Diet' Helps Tia Mowry Go Vegan

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It looks like former “Sister, Sister” actress Tia Mowry is embracing the vegan lifestyle, and sends many thanks to vegan pro Alicia Silverstone for helping her create delicious recipes.

Mowry and her hubby, actor Cory Hardrict, just switched to plant-based diets at the beginning of the New Year. Yay! It seems Mowry worships Silverstone’s “The Kind Diet” cookbook and finds it a necessity to her vegan diet – she even takes it to the grocery store.

The actress also recently started blogging on Silverstone’s The Kind Life blog, where she is sharing tips about her vegan journey and some yummy recipes.

“Hey guys! I am so excited to be guest blogging on The Kind Life – my husband Cory and I just went vegan in the beginning of the year, and Alicia’s book has been a saving grace. The recipes in it are sooo amazing, and I always make sure to bring it with me when I go grocery shopping,” Mowry writes.

“I was BEYOND thrilled and honored when Alicia asked if I wanted to share one of my own recipes on the site, and (after a long deliberation) I finally decided on a recipe for my ginger acorn squash soup,” she continues. “It’s a deliciously cozy comfort food, but still light enough to enjoy on a warm spring day.  I love how the ginger gives it that extra flavor kick!”

Yum! That does sound great, and is perfect for the entire fam. It looks like Mowry’s little boy, Cree, even loves it. “This soup is perfect for the whole family – my one-year-old son Cree loves it too! As a new vegan, I love experimenting with ingredients and I’ve found that soup is one of the easiest, yummiest things to make with all the veggies in my fridge.”

Congrats to Mowry and her husband on their new culinary adventure! You can keep tabs on her diet and her recipes by visiting The Kind Life. Also, be sure to visit Tia and her sister’s, Tamera, own blog where Tia posts vegan items every now and again.

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  • Sasha

    awesome!! Love Tia, so happy to hear she’s vegan now too 🙂

  • Awesome. I found the transition easier with Alicia’s site and VeganVita.com.

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