Will Smith Calls Together The Family To Discuss Food & Eating Issues
“Red Table Talk” BYKE!
The Daytime Emmy nominated series, Red Table Talk, is back with a new episode! For the first time ever, the entire Smith family is at the Red Table as Will Smith surprises Jada Pinkett Smith by calling an emergency family meeting.
Intimate family secrets are revealed, as Will shares his private struggle with the RTT Community.
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Upcoming episodes will feature special guests like Chelsea Handler, Alicia Keys and Robyn Crawford, who come to the Red Table to have meaningful conversation around topical and social issues such as family, self-discovery, cultural appropriation, LGBTQ and gender equality, betrayal, addiction and more.
Fans can tune-in to Facebook Watch every Monday for new episodes of Red Table Talk at 9:00 a.m. PT/12:00 p.m. ET.
Beyoncé Reveals 22 Days Nutrition Plan That Gave Her Those Coachella Curves
This week Queen Yoncé thee Almighty interrupted her regularly scheduled Lion King and The Gift promotion to drop a YouTube video which opened to reveal she weighed 175 lbs on the day she began rehearsing for Coachella. The video diary also includes a cameo of 22 Days Nutrition founder Marco Borges detailing Bey’s plant-based diet between workouts and choreography rehearsals. The plan is normally for 22 days but Beyoncé being Beyoncé doubled up and did 44 days to get extra slimmy trimmy.
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175 was actually more than 40 lbs down from the 218 pounds Bey weighed mthe day she gave birth to Rumi and Sir.
The notes that accompany Bey’s vlog include more information about Borges along with a link to get the 22 Days plan…
So… Y’all goin Beygan? Or NAH?
Hit the flip for more hilarious reactions to Bey’s 22 Days endorsement.
Vegan Whoppers To Hit Burger King Menus Nationwide
The good news is that more fast food restaurants are taking the plant-based route, but the bad news is that folks are still on the fence about eating plant-based food from a place known for its meat. Burger King has already tried their hand at making vegan options available with a test run of their vegan Impossible Whopper at a restaurant in St. Louis.
According to reports, the test run was so successful that BK is now adding the Impossible Burger to restaurants nationwide by the end of the year. A spokesperson for the classic food chain says that unlike traditional veggie burgers, the impossible whopper is intended to mimic the look, texture, and taste of a traditional whopper.
Chris Finazzo, president of Burger King North America, told CNN that the new product is designed to “give somebody who wants to eat a burger every day, but doesn’t necessarily want to eat beef everyday, permission to come into the restaurants more frequently.”
Will you be eating?
McDonald’s Introduces Vegan McDonald’s
McDonald’s has been pulling all the stops to keep up with the current health conscious climate we live in today. These days, it’s kind of taboo to talk about eating a Big Mac while all your peers are ranting about a new vegan macaroni dish they just made.
Mickey D’s is obviously aware of the shift. So much so that they’ve recently launched their own Vegan ‘Chicken’ Nuggets. A spokesperson for the famous restaurant chain told Today,
“The new chicken-free McNuggets are made with a mashed potato base, which is mixed with chickpeas, onions, carrots and corn. They’re coated in breadcrumbs, then fried until crispy. The vegan option is the latest in a series of vegetarian-friendly releases from the golden arches but, for now, they’re only available in Norway.”
The news comes just two months after McDonald’s announced their new Vegan Happy Meal and Mcfalafel. Vegan Mcnuggets are only available in Norway, for now — but would you try them if they made their way to the U.S.?
New Impossible Burgers Look Like REAL Meat
Hi Vegans! We have good news for you. Beloved vegan based food company Impossible Foods had a brand new product that could even fool a cow. They’ve added a realistic looking “ground beef” vegan burger to their list of products. The not-so-meaty option is the second to come from the Silicon Valley company and was released on Monday during CES in Las Vegas. Impossible Foods, founded in 2011, hopes to have a raw ‘ground beef’ option in stores by the end of the year. The cost will be around the same as USDA premium ground beef.
Hit play to get a closer look at it. Does this look delicious to you?