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After a day, Brian May has trouble living as a vegan

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Under the guise of good intentions, Brian May will only consume vegan products this month. The 72-year-old rocker does that to protect the animals in the ocean. On Instagram, he tells on Thursday how he experienced his first day as a vegan.

Although breakfast and lunch went okay, Brian ordered a lot of sweet and sour prawns when ordering Chinese food in the evening. “My old weakness,” he confesses. “And I missed an egg with the rice.”

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Thank you @yuki_rogers.stark – this warmed my heart. My Cyborg friend (💥💥💥💥 OK – Briborg !!!) will be accompanying me to Korea and Japan soon – and thence to New Zealand and Australia. He’s in training. Meanwhile I am reaching for a new identity as a Vegan, for a while at least. My first day of Veganuary went OK. I will be looking at your comments to see how yours went, those if you good folks who are joining me. If you’re not, don’t worry. We all have our paths to tread. I wasn’t ready to do this last year, but was so impressed by the success of almost all my SAVE-ME team that I determined to try it out this year. What did I eat today ? Well, breakfast was okay, though already imperfect! We have to allow ourselves a few little imperfections at first, I am told. Waking up in a hotel, I ordered mushrooms on toast and a baked tomato along with some baked beans. Very good indeed. No problem there, except that they sent me 2 lots of spread and I had no idea which one was the dairy free option! Then I had a plane journey, on which I was lucky enough to be plied with lots of fruit and veg and some delicious tomato soup. Arriving home weary and worn, I indulged in my favourite Chinese takeaway, who have already been kind enough to make sure they help me in my Veganuary efforts. Beansprouts with spring onions and cashews, steamed rice, and some sweet-and-sour delicious vegetables, not forgetting some seaweed. Happy. Easy, huh ? Well, I’ll be honest – I DID feel a craving for sweet and sour prawns, my ancient weakness, and I missed the egg in the rice. This is definitely a new journey. But I already felt a benefit in my head. I watched a programme on wildlife in the ocean, and noticed that my usual feelings of guilt, because of eating seafood in spite of wanting to protect these beautiful creatures, was absent. It’s perhaps the beginnings of the feeling of congruity that I’m searching for in my life. Well, it took me 72 years to get to this point !! So I ain’t gonna do any preachin’ !! Cheers Folks ! Bri

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Still, the rocker is happy that he has taken this step. “This is certainly a new journey for me, but I immediately noticed the benefits in my head. I watched a program about ocean life and noticed that my feelings of guilt, which I normally had because of eating seafood, were not there were more. “

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