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Rocsi Diaz Looks Delicious In A Brussels Sprout Bikini For PETA’s Sexy Vegetarianism Campaign

Submitted by on December 10, 2013 – 10:33 am7 Comments

Rocsi Diaz has single-handedly made brussels sprouts look a whole lot more appetizing.

The Entertainment Tonight correspondent donned a sexy bikini made of the green vegetable as part of PETA’s new ad campaign that urges you to “Let Vegetarianism Grow on You This Holiday Season,” shot by top celebrity photographer Jack Guy. Rocsi wasn’t always a vegetarian, but she explains that her aversion to meat began early on when she stopped eating pork out of respect for her mother.

“Later on, literally I saw somebody eating a chicken wing, and it grossed me out,” she explains. “And it was the first time my body was, like, ‘No more. I don’t want it anymore.’ I physically felt cleaner and lighter.”

Now, the former 106 & Park host is hoping everyone will consider vegetarianism as a healthy alternative lifestyle just as she did many years ago. “I’ve seen grocery stores change to be more welcoming to a vegetarian’s diet and it’s not as hard as it used to be going to your local supermarket trying to find a substitute,” she says. “You now have sections in grocery markets that are dedicated to people who are vegetarian. I think this generation is a lot easier to be a vegetarian.”

For more on Rocsi for PETA, watch an exclusive interview with the star below, visit PETA.org, check out free vegan holiday recipes here, and show your vegetarian enthusiasm in PETA’s “NOMEAT” fitted T-shirt worn by Diaz.

Are you or have you ever tried to become a vegetarian? Share your experience in the comments section below.

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