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Hillary Duff’s sister teams up with the National Pork Board

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Haylie Duff has sold her soul to the National Pork Board?! Say it ain’t so! She was never the favorite of the Duff sisters (an uncomfortable truth) but I’ve always considered her adorable and wholesome, especially after her role as the HBIC in Napoleon Dynamite. I will definitely being Voting for Pedro instead of Summer after reading news that she’s teamed up with the National Pork Board to offer a “new take” on Easter. How does one get a fresh outlook on the Easter season? A feature written about her new project didn’t really tell me, but it apparently involves the continuation of animal abuse and slaughter.

“Pork has always been part of my Easter table because it’s such a great canvas for creating a truly one-of-a-kind menu that will wow any guest,” says Haylie, in a statement that manages to not really say anything at all. It looks like the NPB is trying to make ham look “cool” again, and feeding off the “Real Girl’s Kitchen” TV show host to get their point across. If you want to bring something new to the table this Easter, do it cruelty-free.

Hillary Duff, Haylie’s former child star sister, is rumored on the regular to be either vegan or vegetarian. Perhaps she can share some animal product free recipes with the big sis.

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