‘NASCAR’s Hottest Woman’ Is Vegetarian

Published by PETA Staff.
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Leilani Münter is fast, hot, and compassionate. She recently revealed to readers of The Huffington Post that her love for animals inspired her to go vegetarian years ago.

Now we know why this red-hot racecar enthusiast went vegetarian—and why sexy actor Michael Dorn went vegan (unlike his Star Trek character, Worf, a spaceship-steering, raw meat–eating Klingon).

We’re still wondering: What drives you to be a comely and conscious cook?

Written by Karin Bennett

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