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An article in 2/13 Bon Appetit so crazy I thought it was a joke!!!

SoupRQT | Jan 20, 201311:45 AM     61

Reading through the latest Bon Appetit this morning I came across an interview with interior designer Kelly Wearstler. The more I read, the more annoyed and disturbed I became.

The magazine chose to interview someone who doesn't eat solid food during the day and finds her energy by 'juicing'. She fuels up with 'alkaline water with cayenne extract' and water with 'drops of plankton'!!! She won't drink pineapple or orange juice - too much sugar yet she starts EVERY morning with a bootcamp workout that she reports, burns 800 calories.

So wrong on so many levels. What is most disturbing is that the magazine chose to showcase someone who exhibits the traits of a person with a eating disorder. Really, in a food lover's magazine? I am dying to try her recipe for alkaline water. Yum. Clearly this was a mistake and meant for the April Fool's edition.

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