Kim Kardashian Says She's Still Plant-Based During Kitchen Tour Video
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Kim Kardashian Says She’s Still Plant-Based During Kitchen Tour Video


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Reality TV giant Kim Kardashian says she’s still plant-based as she posts a video tour of her multiple fridges and pantries.

The star, most known for her appearance in Keeping Up With The Kardashian, revealed back in April that the meals she eats when at home are all devoid of animal products.

She also credited a plant-based diet for her iconic figure, after being asked whether she had removed a rib to achieve her slim waist.

The celebrity has since recorded a kitchen tour after being mocked for ‘only drinking milk’ after a picture of her promoting her stood by a nearly-empty fridge went viral.

‘Lots of fruits and veggies’

“Okay, so since the inside of my fridge is so baffling, and I saw all these news reports, I’m going to give you guys a tour of my fridge,” she said.

In a series of Instagram stories that have now expired, Kim went through the contents of her fridges and freezers, which included ‘lots of fruits and veggies’, ‘tons of oat milk and almond milk’ and Beyond Meat’s plant-based products.

‘Vegan tacos’

“I got rid of all my plastic so it’s all like [in] glass jars,” the star explained while walking through one of her pantries. She also stated she no longer uses plastic water bottles and showed a fridge filled with glass bottles from Voss.

“Look what I have for dinner tonight,” Kim added. “Vegan tacos. This is all plant-based.”

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