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All kale the chief: Beyonce in the video for 7/11

The Beyonce diet arrived. Let's start with a little history lesson: in the winter of 2013, Queen Bey embarked on a meaningful fling with veganism. The mandatory flurry of foodie Instagram pics soon followed and Jay-Z (who also took part) called it a “spiritual and physical cleanse.”

 

Fast-forward to 2015 and the clean-eating star has partnered with her trainer Marco Borges to launch the 22 Days Nutrition plant-based home delivery meal service.

 

For $9.24 - $14.85 a meal, you can eat like the queen for breakfast, lunch and / or dinner (although the bad news is that it's only available in the US at the moment. Pah!). According to the website, the meals are also gluten-free, soy-free, organic and low in fat, sugar and salt.

 

So what would you be tucking into? Well, dishes include almond berry breakfast loaf, sesame cabbage lentil bowl, winter beans with zesty parsley quinoa or ratatouille pasta with pesto.

 

Twenty-two days of veganism may seem like a random number but in a statement Beyonce and Borges said: “The program’s philosophy is based on the concept that it takes 21 days to make or break a habit and on the 22nd day you are well on your way to forming new habits.”

 

All the vegan ladies indeed.

Check out these 7 delicious recipes you’d never guess were vegan, the vegan substitues and swaps you need to know about and everything you need to know about vegan bacon grease