Link” href=”https://www.express.co.uk/latest/great-british-bake-off” target=”_blank”>The Great British Bake-Off as the competition’s first vegan baker. After cruel trolling, Freya Cox deleted her Facebook before the show even started.
Freya, a psychology student at 19 years old, hopes to shine in the Bake Off tent.
Before she joined the show, Freya Cox shared her news via Facebook FreyaCox Eventing.
She explained to the student that she planned on avoiding all animal-based products for a first series.
She posted online: “The secret has finally been revealed!”
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Megan End White, a user wrote that “It’s wonderful that somebody is getting on a major programme that promotes vegan food. But please do not say that you’re passionate about ethics while you ride horses.”
Barbara Calvert, another named Barbara, added that “Freya cox taking out a photo is not changing anything, it’s just covering up the fact. If you’re still riding, then you shouldn’t call yourself vegan and certainly shouldn’t go on television claiming you’re vegan.
It’s not surprising that people are confused about veganism, as the philosophy is constantly being diluted.”
Others were quick to defend Freya, saying that veganism can mean different things for different people.
Farhana Muquith, a follower of mine wrote that she had never felt any superiority. You can be content, Damn!
Marianne Leadbitter wrote: “Wow. Many congratulations and best wishes to you.
You’ve shown that awareness is the most important step. I am so proud of you!
“I am shocked by some comments here. They’re shameful, and unneeded, I can’t wait for you to blow out all the other ones.”
Freya deleted her Facebook page in the midst of the comments.
A new season of Bake Off will air on Channel 4 on Tuesday at 8 p.m.
Publited at Thu 16 Sep 2021, 15:57.28 (+0000).