Reading Time: 2 minutes The star has attracted millions of followers since posting her vegan recipes on TikTok Credit: Instagram
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TikTok star Tabitha Brown has hinted she’s ‘working on’ a vegan cookbook. 

The CAA-repped actor went viral earlier this year after her carrot ‘bacon’ recipe garnered millions of views. Since, she has appeared on a slew of T.V programs such as The Ellen Show and Home Family.

‘Working on a Lil something’

When asked by one of her followers if she already has a cookbook published, Brown replied: ‘Working on a Lil something’. 

The star did not provide any further details. However, several fans said they ‘can’t wait’ for the release. 

‘What the Health’

Initially, Brown switched to a plant-based diet for health reasons. She had been suffering with pain in the back of her neck. It had spread into her head, giving her a debilitating headache which lasted over a year and a half.

Brown says she ‘felt like [she] was dying’ because of the relentless pain and fatigue, but she tried to act as normally as possible, and carry on with her life.

It wasn’t until she discovered plant-based health documentary What the Health that she found a solution to her problems.

“My daughter came home from school one day and she said, ‘Mom, we saw this documentary at school and I think you should watch it,” she told Goodful.

“It was What The Health. My husband and I, we all sat down together, we watched it. I was like, ‘Oh, wow, this is very interesting’.”

They decided to do a 30-day vegan challenge as a family – with astonishing results.

“On day 10 my headaches went away,” Brown revealed. “I remember walking through my kitchen and I was like, my head ain’t hurting. I started feeling better from that day and started getting my energy back… On day 29, I told my husband, ‘I think this is my path, I’m going vegan.’”

Plant Based News has contacted Tabitha Brown for comment 

Liam Giliver

Liam is the Deputy Editor and Social Media Coordinator for Plant Based News. He has written for a number of top publications including Gay Times, Attitude Magazine, Oh Comely, and The Huffington Post - and is the author of 'We're Worried About Him'.