Vegan Sarah Silverman believes that food is a human right, as she recently shared on a new podcast.

“You know, one thing that bothers me is that to have a vegan diet or just a healthy’ whole food diet doesn’t seem to be accessible to all people. Again it comes back to that. Shouldn’t food be a right? Like healthy food?”

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The comedian shared her thoughts on a recent podcast episode. She argued that the government should be in charge of healthcare and encourage people to eat a healthy diet because it would save them money.

 

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“I’ll be in line at 7-11 or something and I’ll see a kid getting like Doritos and a Mountain Dew…I go ‘Really, there’s a bag of almonds here for the same price and it’s gonna fill you up and it’s gonna be delicious,'” she shared, adding that she’s turning into her mother.

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“It would just be nice if healthy food was more accessible to all people. Access, access,” she told her audience. Silverman shared on a podcast in December 2020 that she would try to go vegan after a caller urged her to make the change.

“He’s right,” Silverman said on the podcast, repeatedly, and also shared that she recently stopped eating eggs. “That’s what I needed. I can’t unring this bell of information … I’m going to try to go vegan.”

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Source: The Sarah Silverman Podcast/YouTube

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