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Robin Quivers Cooks Vegan with Rachael Ray

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“The Vegucation of Robin: How Real Food Saved My Life” tells the story of radio personality, Robin Quivers‘ path to health and healing with a vegan diet. Quivers recently appeared on “The Rachael Ray Show” to promote the book and share some easy vegan recipes, such as zucchini pasta, creamy cheese sauce, and cream of mushroom soup. Watch Quivers’ quick demo of the soup, which Rachael Ray calls “the best cream of mushroom soup [she’s] ever had!” You can also get the recipe on Ray’s site.

Quivers says that she’s feels fantastic, and she looks fantastic, too. She said the best piece of advice she got was from her doctor, who said, “Stop acting like a patient and start acting like a person.” That pushed Quivers to keep working, keep going, stop coddling herself, and she’s bounced back tremendously. Way to go, Robin!

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