Saturday, September 30, 2023

Peanut Butter On Eggs? The Peculiar Eating Habits of 7 Celebrities

Peanut butter. It was the cause of a major social media freakout earlier this week when actor Scott Foley (known mainly for his roles in Scandal, and being Jennifer Garner’s ex) Instagrammed a video of himself putting Skippy peanut butter on his scrambled eggs.

Hey, it was creamy! Chunky would’ve been downright weird.

But that’s a pretty mild food quirk compared to most celebrities. Here are 6 that come to mind as having known food issues.

Channing Tatum

In a Reddit AMA last year, he was asked a simple question that had a curiously weird answer.

Chrissy Teigan

The actress/model/cookbook author told Delish that in addition to eating zero carbs in the morning, “I lick off the nacho cheese seasoning and put the chips back in the bag. You still get all the flavor, not all the carbs!”

What’s wrong with carbs???

Nic Cage

The actor is very picky about his food. And by picky, I mean effed up. “I actually choose the way I eat according to the way animals have sex,” he told The Sun back in 2010. “I think fish are very dignified with sex.  So are birds.” But the guy who ate a cockroach in Vampire’s Kiss won’t eat pork, because pigs are sloppy sex animals. “So I don’t eat pig meat or things like that. I eat fish and fowl.”

Mariah Carey

To shed her baby weight, she told Star Magazine that three days a week, she eats purple foods like plums, grapes and eggplants.

The healthy, but not very satiating sounding diet apparently helped her lose 90 pounds.

Hugh Hefner

The Playboy mogul prefers to eat the food at his famous mansion, but when he dares to dine out, he reportedly brings his own food to restaurants. Nothing to see here.

Mark Zuckerberg

In 2011, the Facebook founder ate only meat he killed with his own two hands. No word if he’s still doing this. Every year, the guy challenges himself to a “year of” something, whether it’s learning Mandarin or wearing a tie everyday for 12 months. Ties > slitting animal throats, yes?


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