Reading Time: 2 minutes The star regularly uses her platform to advocate a plant-based diet Credit: Instagram
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Kim Kardashian has praised vegan bacon and turned herself into a meme about plant-based diets.

The reality TV star turned entrepreneur shared a series of stories with her 203 million Instagram followers yesterday. 

Vegan bacon

The first was a picture of her vegan breakfast, featuring meat-free bacon from Morningstar Farms, fruit, granola, and a smoothie.

“Best breakfast!” she wrote. “Someone recommended this veggie vegan bacon to me and OMG it is so good!”

Kim also praised Dope Dry Munchies – a dried fruit brand that helps deliver food to those suffering from homelessness.


The star then turned herself into a meme, posting a picture of herself eating food while looking unimpressed. 

She captioned the post: “Me judging people who aren’t plant-based. JK I don’t judge. JK I do.”

‘Me judging people who aren’t plant-based’

Is Kim Kardashian vegan?

Last year, during a Q&A on Twitter, the celeb revealed she revealed that she is ‘mostly plant-based’ and doesn’t eat meat ‘anymore’.

Since then, she has frequently used her platform to speak about her plant-heavy diet.

Recently, she told her followers that she had ‘officially converted three family members’ to a plant-based diet.

Does Kim Kardashian still wear fur?

Despite heavy criticism in the past for her family’s use of real animal fur, Kim has recreated faux-fur versions of her favorite coats.

The star revealed the move after uploading a picture of her five-year-old daughter North donned in a white fur coat.

“Remember when I wore this!” Kim captioned the post. “She picked out the same look lol but fun fact- I took all of my fave furs and remade them in faux fur.”

Vegan charity PETA applauded the move, commenting: “LOVE it. Thank you for making compassionate changes that save animals and showing the world that #FurFree styles are the future!”

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Liam Giliver

Liam is the former Deputy Editor of Plant Based News. He has written for The Independent, Huffington Post, Attitude Magazine, and more. He is also the author of 'We're Worried About Him'.