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Gordon Ramsay has been called out by unimpressed fans for his vegan 'beef' Wellington.
The 54-year-old TV chef has been sharing plant-based recipes on his Instagram to mark Veganuary – a challenge that encourages people to avoid eating animal products for the entirety of January, reports Daily Star.
On the platform, Gordon has been promoting the meat-free meals being sold at his restaurants and many people have praised the move to add inclusive options for vegans.
As he announced that Bread St Kitchen in London, has created a vegan version of beef Wellington, he also shared the recipe with fans so they can give it a try for themselves.
He wrote: "A vegan twist on our classic beef welly… try making @breadstkitchen’s delicious beet welly at home this #Veganuary."
It had mixed reviews
(Image: Gordon Ramsay/Instagram)
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Gordon Ramsay fans say it 'feels illegal' to see 'forbidden side' of chef
While the introduction of a vegan dish excited a few of his fans, it riled many who thought there were better ways to cook vegetarian recipes than by just adding beets.
One person said: "What the actual f***?"
A second commented: "What a tragedy."
Whilst a third person wrote: "No way. Very sad to see a wellington with beets. There are many other ways to cook vegetarian recipes."
"Looks dry as f*** Gordon," criticised a fourth.
But others praised his inclusivity, as one said: "What a transformation. From Gordon hating vegan cook-off to him adding a vegan dish to his menu."
Gordon's promoting vegan dishes from his restaurants
(Image: Getty Images)
"Lmao! I didn’t think I’d see a day where Ramsay would be posting vegan things on social media! I like this version of him!" agreed another.
A third said: "Love to try it out."
Another excited customer wrote: "My favourite chef creates his most iconic dish and makes it vegan! This is gold."
And: "Who are you and what have you done to chef Ramsay? I'm calling the police," wrote a Twitter user.
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