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A Few of Carrie Underwood's Favorite (Vegan) Things

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In December, Carrie Underwood will be starring in NBC’s live remake of the classic, “The Sound of Music.” Underwood recently chatted with Women’s Health Magazine about a few of her favorite things… in the pantry.

From head to toe, Underwood loves coconut oil. “I put it on my food, I put it on my face, I put it on my hair. If it’s winter, the second I get out of the shower, I spread it all over and it feels really good and it smells good too.” She opts for healthier Ezekiel Bread for her sandwiches and enjoys dipping apples slices in low-cal Better’n Peanut Butter.

While on tour, Underwood whips up a few things on the double-burner she installed on her bus, such as tofu scrambles and veggie burgers. When she’s short on time (and she often is), she’ll nuke a Dr. McDougall’s boxed pad thai or lentil pilaf.

To read about some of Underwood’s other favorite things, check out the rest of her interview on Women’s Health’s website.

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