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Vegan actress Mayim Bialik took to her blog, Grok Nation, this week to pose the age-old (and tiresome) question: why do some people hate vegans?Vegan actress Mayim Bialik took to her blog, Grok Nation, this week to pose the age-old (and tiresome) question: why do some people hate vegans?

Mayim Bialik's Emmys Fun Included Vegan Goodies

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It’s no secret that actress Mayim Bialik is a proud vegan, and she definitely didn’t let the big spectacular that is the Emmy Awards hold her back from embracing her plant-based routine.

Yesterday, Bialik posted a piece titled “My Night at the Emmys in Photos” on Kveller, which included a rundown of her entire day/night/morning after. As we all know, Emmy prep is a big process, so to make it that much better Bialik and her hairdresser sipped on vegan Thai iced teas. Doesn’t that sound refreshing?

Bialik (she attended the ceremony as a nominee in the Outstanding Supporting Actress In a Comedy Series category for her role as Amy Farrah Fowler on “The Big Bang Theory” — unfortunately, she lost to Allison Janney for her part on “Mom”) didn’t let the vegan goodness stop there.

After the show, she didn’t attend any after parties, but instead headed home and as she shared, “I watched an action movie and ate a vegan kale casserole and went to bed.” I don’t know about you, but that sounds like a great way to end a long day and evening.

We wonder if she was hungry because there weren’t good vegan options at the actual awards show? If so, The Emmys might want to rethink their menu.

Here is Bialik getting ready for the affair.

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  • AngelaS

    Are there non-vegan iced teas? I’m unfamiliar with any that include animal products.

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