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Sandra Oh Plots Vegan Takeover of ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Set

Written by PETA | August 21, 2008
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Cheer up, Grey’s Anatomy fans! No, we cannot make the new season start any earlier than planned—but we do have some news to tide you over until you can get your weekly dose of medicine, drama, and sticky situations!

It seems that cast member Sandra Oh has been up to a little plot-scheming of her own in the offseason. The vegan vixen has recently divulged her not-so-super-secret plan to turn her costars vegan too!

The television doctor recently treated a group of cast and crew members to a 100 percent cruelty-free lunch at Truly Vegan in Hollywood. Has it worked? Turns out Mr. McDreamy himself, Patrick Dempsey, thoroughly enjoyed the restaurant’s chocolate vegan cake, and Ellen Pompeo has become a frequent customer!

Maybe all those script readings and hours on the Grey’s set has taught the cast and crew a thing or two about the health benefits of a plant-based diet! Oh yeah, and it probably helps that vegan food doesn’t taste like grass and soggy sticks, contrary to what some meatheads and unweaned grownups believe.

One can only wait and see if Sandra’s plot will play out in the new season! In the meantime, though, why not make your friends swoon with a delicious cruelty-free concoction of your own?

Written by Jennifer Cierlitsky

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  • HMay says:

    Maybe someone should explain to them and the person writing this blurb what the word vegan means. It is a lifestyle word not a dietary choice. It sounds like some of the members enjoyed some pure vegetarian food. They enjoyed it then went on to participate in the cruelty on their set of using murdered animals to make “it look real”. They brag about the use of animals on this show. What a joke.

  • Kt says:

    I hope you know the cast members “operate” on wellpreserved animal parts brains hearts etc to make it seem “real.” The same preserved parts used in classrooms for dissection. That seems like a bigger deal hmm?

  • Mike Quinoa says:

    Brandie R Eating vegetarian or vegan need not be expensive. You can find all you require at standard grocery and bulk food stores. If you buy inseason fruits and vegetables they are reasonably priced. Buying whole grains in bulksuch as hard wheat berries steelcut oat groats barley brown rice spelt etc.also is not costly. Cellopacked or canned kidney beans chick peas soy beans and lentils are dirtcheap. Soy milk tofu and nuts and seeds cost a bit more but certainly no more than a comparable meat purchase. If you go into a health food store you will most likely pay more but that shouldn’t be necessary.

  • brandie r says:

    Well they are all rich so they should be able to afford the expensive vegetarians foods. However I think it would be in someones best interest to preach a vegetarian diet and NOT strictly vegan. Like I have stated before Rome wasn’t built in a day and you don’t win people over by beating them over the head with your belief system. It is up to them to choose meat or no meat. And I think one step at a time. She should try converting them to vegetarians and not vegans at first. One step at a time. I hate Gey’s Anatomy! The worst show ever. Everyone sleeps with everyone and cries about nothing.

  • Curtis says:

    L.A. rocks the vegan food scene! I went to the Truly Vegan website and damn does their menu look good! It’s a huge menu full of greatsounding vegan food and it’s not overpriced like so many places are.

  • Michele says:

    That’s great! She’s vegan AND Canadian so it’s a double wow!

  • mlo says:

    I didn’t know she was vegan??? Now I like her even more. On my 35th bday I invited my friends and coworkers to a banquet feast at a Chinese vegan restaurant. Everybody loved it so much they brought their family to try same week

  • Dawn says:

    Excellent job Sandra. I didn’t even know Sandra was vegan. I love her!

  • Judith FFFA says:

    Good luck Sandra we are all behind you! You go girl!!!!! Peace for all animals! Most of my heroes wear masks!

  • SHARI PEARSON says:

    GOOD FOR HER !! I HOPE SHE KEEPS UP THE GOOD WORK ! ONCE THEY START TRYING SOME VEGGIE FOOD THEY START TO UNDERSTAND THAT IT DOES “HAVE FLAVOR AND IS TASTEY!” PLUS.. IT’S GOOD FOR THEM AND THEY SAVE AN ANIMALS LIFE. IT’S A WINWIN SITUATION !!GO VEGGIE!

  • Mike Quinoa says:

    Great idea Sandra. I recently had some amazing vegan cheesecake at a new veg restaurant in Toronto Green Earth and they even gave us a DVD from Supreme Master TV which they had on their TV via satellite feed. I believe the owners were Buddhist and want to help spread the word.

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