Piers Morgan condemns Gordon Ramsay's Vegan food as 'inedible'
Piers Morgan has brutally slaughtered the star chef's vegan food on Good Morning Britain describing it as 'vile gruel'
Piers Morgan is renowned for his controversial and cruelly honest opinions, and he didn't hold back when speaking about Gordon Ramsay's latest vegan menu on the UK's Good Morning Britain chat show. The vegan food was served at the GQ Awards on September 3rd, and Morgan described how he opted for the beef wellington, while his wife as well as co-host Susanna Reid both received the vegan alternative.
"My wife got given that even though she didn't want it and both of them declared it one of the most disgusting things they'd ever eaten. So there's veganism! There's the future, no more beef wellington because Gordon's now into vegan food, or pretending to be because it's making him 'kerching'
The journalist then went on to label it as 'inedible, horrible gruel', but said his beef wellington 'was delicious'.
This is not the first time Morgan has expressed his distaste of Ramsay's vegan experiments and creations. The chef has previously posted a picture of his 'Vegan Roast' tweeting; "it's official, the vegan roast has landed"
Piers wasn't for the vegetable alternative
This mention of veganism ignited Morgan's wrath again, as he retweeted the photo of the roast, commenting; "oh FFS...not you as well?"
Similarily to the journalist, Ramsay is famously not shy of confrontation either. In line with his usual reputation Ramsay simply told Morgan to "F**ck off', mockingly stating "so now Piers Morgan is a food critic?".
While it is clear Morgan isn't an advocate for the vegan way of life, he isn't the only one to criticise the chef's attempt at vegan recipes viewing him as hypocritical. Ramsay has previously stated that he is 'allergic to vegans' and those who eat 'tasty animals'. This sudden turn in opinion has many agreeing with Morgan that he is simply following a trend for the 'kerching'.
What are your thoughts on Ramsay's vegan recipes? Are you in agreement with Morgan and do you think the 'Vegan Roast' should catch on? Let us know!