Nigella Lawson revealed that she only lasted two weeks on an herbal diet after he left her “very exhausted” and exacerbated an iron deficiency.
Speaking to the Sunday Times about his new book Cook, Eat, Repeat, the TV chef admitted, “I couldn’t be a vegan, even though I love vegetables. I do not see the interest.
The food writer, who is famous for his playful innuendos, continued, “I’m very happy that I don’t eat so much meat, but I love it. I’m also in a prime position and get good beef or salt aged lamb so I never like to lecture people.
” I do not see the interest ! Nigella Lawson revealed she only lasted two weeks on a plant-based diet after leaving her “very exhausted” and worsening iron deficiency
“I felt very exhausted, and I’m running out of iron anyway. So I needed it, ”she revealed.
Referring to the plant-based, factory-produced food alternatives, the media personality said, “I want to eat good food because I think we have teeth for meat and so it’s natural for us to want it. to eat.
“I know this is an argument that vegans don’t agree with, so I respect that position, but I feel like I’m not ready. ”
New Headline: Speaking to the Sunday Times about his new book Cook, Eat, Repeat, the TV chef admitted, “I couldn’t be vegan, even though I love veggies. I do not see the interest’
Her controversial take on vegan diets comes as Nigella recently avoided yet another controversy.
The London-based star dropped out of the the word “s ** t” from his recipes after saying he had developed a “coarser” and “crueler” meaning in recent years.
In April, Nigella posted her recipe of the day – Ruby Red Framboises in Chardonnay Jelly – to her Twitter account, with dozens of fans saying it was one of their favorites.
Avoiding controversy: This comes from the fact that the London-based star recently dropped the ‘s ** t’ word from his recipes after saying he had developed a ‘cruder’ and ‘cruel’ meaning in recent years
But the eagle eyes among them noted that when the recipe first appeared in one of his books – 2002 Forever Summer – it was called S ** t Red Raspberries in Chardonnay Jelly.
One fan asked why she dropped the term, saying, “Wonderful recipe (as always!) But I wonder what happened to this country when we can’t even call this recipe by its original hilarious name. What happened to our freedom of expression, our humor and our sense of pleasure? I love your Nigelle turn of phrase!
Nigella replied, “I feel the word has taken on a cruder, cruder connotation, and I’m not happy with that. “
“I’m not happy with this”: But the eagle eyes among them noted that when the recipe first appeared in one of his books, it was called S ** t Red Raspberries in Chardonnay Jelly
Nigella has often been hailed as a feminist for trying to shatter the age-old idea that women should be the creators of food but not the consumers.
She was also praised for refusing to conform to the celeb’s tendency to stay slim – recently recounting how she had to tell American television and billboards not to vent her stomach in commercials.
She also said enjoying cooking was not anti-feminist, and said her title “Domestic Goddess” reflected that.
Good role model: Nigella has often been hailed as a feminist for trying to shatter the age-old idea that women should be the creators of food but not the consumers of it