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NFL’s David Carter Shares His Vegan Super Bowl Party Menu

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David Carter might not be playing on Sunday’s Superbowl, but he will (like pretty much everyone else) be watching and snacking. Like a superstar, though, the free agent athlete will be eating only vegan treats during the big game.

The 300 pound athlete went vegan last year and he talked to plant-based website V-Lish.com about his snack choices for his Superbowl party. The three top picks were his very own 7-Layer Bean Dip recipe, a Creamy Cashew Queso, which according to Carter is “a super delicious way to pig out on healthy carbs and get important omega 3’s,” and Spicy Buffalo Cauliflower Wings.

“This is an awesome Buffalo Cauliflower Wing recipe that hits the spot every time,” Carter told V-Lish. “Not to mention cauliflower contains a high amount of antioxidants and vitamin B’s. Finger licking good!”

You’re telling us we can not only have delicious vegan food on game day but get some vitamins while we’re at it?

Touchdown!

Via V-Lish

Photo Credit: The 300 Pound Vegan

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  • Califlower wings, sounds great, will try.

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