“I can’t, however, remain without non-veg food even for a single day.
Therefore, it won’t be proper for me to involve myself in the campaign against non-vegetarian food.” So this gal is no .
” Top it with my demand that I want a vegetarian yogi who meditates and neither smokes nor drinks.” Sounds like her match could be , vegan and yoga enthusiast who she’s shared some serious Twitter time with. But there are several vegetarian websites that are.
Sites like Veggie Date, the more sustainable form of fishing–Veggie Fishing (with the horrible pun of “we’ll “hook” you up”), Vegetarian Passions and its completely animal free version, Vegan Passions and Ethical Singles all offer the is included.
All eyes were on Bollywood bombshell Mallika Sherawat, who had a front seat to New York Fashion Week's hottest shows and parties.
But a big question burning in our minds is: Didn’t PETA do a background check?
Sure, the guys are excited to get celebrities naked, or uh, have celebrities promote a healthy and compassionate diet and lifestyle, but do they think before inviting them to take off their clothes, or uh, star in pro-vegetarian ads?
You would think the group would target well known celebs who don’t flip flop about their diet, like Kareena or Mallika, for example.
It’s great PETA wants to feature as many celebrities as possible in their campaigns, but they must be careful to choose those with the strongest convictions with a solid history of sticking to their principles.
Sherawat shared the spotlight with other celebrity guests at the BCBG Max Azria Spring 2010 show, and hit up Swagg Media's Persona Magazine launch with hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons.