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Beyoncé's New Vegan Delivery Service Promises 22 Days Of Flawlessness
Beyoncé has launched her very own 22-day vegan delivery service. Yes, let all the "all the vegan ladies" quips commence.
The "Drunk in Love" singer partnered up with her physical trainer Marco Borges for this home delivery service called 22 Days Nutrition. It's based off of the philosophy that it takes 21 days to break a habit and the 22nd day is when you're off to a fresh start. They're focusing on that habit of being carnivorous and breaking that so you can introduce more plant-based foods into your diet.
The way the service works is that the meals—which are organic, non-GMO, gluten-free, soy-free and dairy-free—are delivered to your home once a week. (And they'll deliver anywhere within the continental U.S.) You can either buy packages for one, two or three meals a day, with prices ranging from $9.76 to $16.50 per meal. Their sample menu has dishes like Curried Indian Cauliflower and Sweet Potato Bowl, Sesame Cabbage Lentil Bowl, and Ratatouille Pasta with Pesto. We have to admit, the photos of the food, which you can see here, actually look pretty good.
Beyoncé and her beau Jay Z tried out the 22 Days Nutrition challenge back in Dec. 2013. It was kind of a big deal when they visited vegan-friendly restaurant Cafe Gratitude to celebrate the Hova's 44th birthday.
"If I can do it, anyone can," Beyoncé said in a statement.
Well, that doesn't exactly make us feel like it's so easy since Queen Bey is Queen Bey for a reason. Not everyone can be as flawless as her, but we can pretend for a moment as we graze on quinoa and lentils.