Vegan musician Jessie J has showed off her epic plant-based cooking in a recent Instagram story.
The star, who displays her vegan status in her Instagram bio, laughed at the large portion sizes she dished up in the post.
The meal she created featured rice, corn on the cob, and lots of veggies. The picture was accompanied with a caption saying: "Portion control MUAD. What I make for my Dad and I last night."
The singer has spoken out in recent years about how she relies on 'vegan protein' to stay in strong shape. She was quoted by Female First as telling Billboard: "I do a lot of vegan protein. And I like making shakes as a meal supplement; usually having one in addition to three meals a day.
"I recently cut out all sugar in the last week. Some would call that an adventure, some would call it torture. I'm in the process of feeling both at the moment. However, feeling good makes you look good and feel at your best.
"So if I think something will make me feel good, I'll try it. Even a green juice. It's about finding your own balance. What makes somebody else feel good might not be what you like to eat or do in the gym. Your fitness journey is yours and no one else's."
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