Lizzo gets into ‘hot ones’ with the help of Daring’s vegan chicken

Today Lizzo appeared on a popular show The hottest, where celebrities answer pressing questions about their lives by eating chicken wings dipped in 10 increasingly spicy hot sauces. The musical artist took on the challenge with vegan wings provided by Daring Foods and was confident she would reach level 10. “I had a Hot Cheetos addiction and survived the challenge of a flea,” said said Lizzo. “So I think it’s going to be a goddamn cake. So give it a try.

Lizzo made it through the first two wings with no problem and the next two started to wreak havoc, which she weathered by “backwards breathing”. At level 5, she began to adapt to the spice level and went through several sauces, including one made by Black-owned Collards N Ghost sauce, which she stopped to shout. Prior to Level 7, which includes Tyfring’s curse at 99,000 scoville heat units (SHU), Lizzo had to remove her shoes. At level 8, she took off her jacket and dipped the vegan chicken in a dairy-free milkshake to help level the spice, which at this point was 135,600 SHU of Da Bomb’s Evolution hot sauce.

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Speaking through tears, chattering teeth, and praising Jesus, Lizzo is tasked with discussing her journey to finding the best vegan plantain sandwich. “I had a really good one at Black Rican Vegan,” she says, after downing the whole vegan shake. “I feel like it was seasoned. It was juicy. It had vegan cheese on it. At this point, Lizzo is visibly hurt by the spice but continues. For the final level, the The hottest the team brings her vegan oat milk ice cream for relief, which she uses to go all the way.

Throughout the episode, Lizzo discussed topics such as her latest album Special and how the Minneapolis music scene, combined with her classical music background, was a key inspiration for her early career. She discussed some of her most iconic fashion looks, staying ahead of the cultural zeitgeist, the qualities of a great backup dancer, and founding her own shapewear brand Yitty (which she wore during the show).

While all the chicken in this episode of The hottest was vegan thanks to Daring Foods, two of the sauces — Island Wing Sauce and The Seventh Reaper, at levels two and five, respectively — contained honey, making them non-vegan.

Lizzo’s love for spicy vegan food

Lizzo went vegan in 2020 and, as a lover of all things spicy, made some hacks to help her tame her cravings for favorite non-vegan foods like Hot Cheetos, which contain dairy ingredients. In March, she took to TikTok to share a recipe she created to tame her cravings for her favorite spicy crisps, using Takis (vegan spicy crisps) as a base. To impart cheesy notes, Lizzo created a vegan cheese sauce for the fries made from a mixture of several slices of Follow Your Heart Gouda cheese, boiled Japanese potatoes, a few cubes of protein-rich tofu, onion, garlic, nutritional yeast, Kelly’s Gourmet Cheezy Parm, salt, pepper and habanero hot sauce.

In addition to spicy snacks, the singer is constantly sharing her vegan recipes and discoveries, like the Black Rican Vegan Plantain Sandwich she talked about. The hottest– with his millions of fans on social networks. To further help others become vegan, Lizzo recently donated her hit song “Good as Hell” to a public service announcement produced by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) which included a variety of vegan celebrities. such as Alicia Silverstone, John Salley and Edie. Falcon.

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Daring’s Vegetable Chicken

Outside of Lizzo’s The hottest episode, Daring Foods Vegan Chicken has become a celebrity favorite. The brand recently worked with newlyweds Travis Barker and Kourtney Kardashian, who posed in Daring’s “Saucy” campaign, eating buckets of vegan chicken en route to a stay at West Hollywood’s famed Chateau Marmont hotel.

“I honestly can’t believe how much chicken it tastes like,” Kardashian said in a statement at the time. “There are plenty of plant-based proteins out there, but we’re always looking for super clean options with all-natural ingredients. That’s why I love Daring.

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Daring Foods, which is also backed by musical artist Drake, produces plant-based chicken that mimics its animal counterpart in formats such as chunks and tenders, with or without breading, in multiple flavors, which are available in restaurants such as Monty’s Good. Burger and over 9,000 retailers nationwide.

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