3 Outfits Beyoncé Wore To Vegan Restaurants That May Have Missed The Point

Is a 22-day vegan diet reason to be mad at Beyoncé for wearing fur to a vegan cafe?

1. This week, Jay Z wrote in his blog that he and Bey would be doing a “physical and spiritual cleanse” for the following 22 days.

2. Even though the food looked finger-lickin’ good…


3. …something seemed a little off.

4. Her fashion choices.


Here’s why.

6. Offending Outfit #1:

Bey showed up to LA’s Native Foods with what looked like a sizable amount of animal fur around her shoulders. (It could be fake.)

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7. The cafe lists it’s passions as “fresh food, animals and the environment.”

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8. Offending Outfit #2:

She wore this leather & cow inspired outfit to Crossroads in Beverly Hills.

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9. …which is probably not vegan, either. *


10. Offending Outfit #3:

A pizza-print ensemble, while TOTALLY AWESOME, in this instance is not vegan. Or at least, the pizzas that inspired these prints weren’t.

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11. Vegan cheese and pepperoni look more like this:

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This recipe — Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Soy-Free Pizza Dough recipe by The Momma Stuff Blog — can be found here.

12. And at best, this:

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Vegan Pepperoni Pizza recipe can be found here.

13. But not quite that.


14. Miriam Webster defines the term veganism as:

a strict vegetarian who consumes no animal food or dairy products; also one who abstains from using animal products (as leather)

…and by using that logic, it would make sense why practicing vegans might find her to be disingenuous. That said, she’s less than a week in to her new diet, maybe we give her a break?

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