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PETA urges Gavin and Stacey’s Pam to go VEGAN as they appeal to James Corden and Ruth Jones ahead of the final episode.

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PETA is urging Gavin and Stacey's Pam to go vegan as they appealed to James Corden and Ruth Jones ahead of the final episode in a written letter.

Fans rejoiced earlier this month after it was revealed that Gavin and Stacey will return for their final episode on Christmas Day.

And while viewers were going crazy wondering what Smithy’s response to Nessa’s shocking proposal will be and whether we’ll finally find out what really happened on that fishing trip, others are wondering about Pam’s vegetarianism and if perhaps she’s gone vegan.

Pam Shipman, played by Alison Steadman, finds herself in a web of lies after pretending to be a vegetarian after wrongly fearing Stacey’s family wouldn’t eat meat.

And now PETA has appealed to James Corden and Ruth Jones urging them to take Pam’s dietary beliefs a step further and make her vegan.

In an iconic episode, Pam fears she will be known as ‘Three Steak Pam’ after substituting extra steaks for carbs and peas in her latest diet attempt.

PETA is urging Gavin and Stacey’s Pam to go vegan as they appealed to James Corden and Ruth Jones ahead of the final episode in a written letter.

Pam Shipman, played by Alison Steadman, finds herself in a web of lies after pretending to be a vegetarian after wrongly fearing Stacey's family wouldn't eat meat.

Pam Shipman, played by Alison Steadman, finds herself in a web of lies after pretending to be a vegetarian after wrongly fearing Stacey’s family wouldn’t eat meat.

However, PETA has suggested that you become ‘Three Tofu Blocks Pam’ and enjoy Christmas with a meat-free centerpiece and lots of vegan eggnog.

In writing a letter to the show’s writers, PETA vice president of programs Elisa Allen wrote: “By making Pam vegan for the finale, they will ensure that whether she gets ‘drunk, gets drunk’ or not this Christmas, she enjoys it.” a “very exuberant” meal that spares intelligent pigs, curious turkeys and hard-working fish from suffering.

“This act of compassion that promotes a better tomorrow for all would be a wonderful note to end such a beloved series.”

The animal rights charity believes that making Pam a proud vegan would help encourage viewers to enjoy their own animal-free Christmas feast.

Approximately nine million turkeys are slaughtered for Christmas dinner each year in the UK alone, so every person inspired to follow Pam’s example and go vegan would save the lives of almost 200 animals a year.

Additionally, widespread adoption of a vegan diet could reduce global greenhouse gas emissions by 70% by 2050.

In a series of hilarious scenes, Stacey catches Pam eating ham, as the Welsh star shouts: “You’re eating ham, Pam.”

She is later forced to eat cauliflower cheese (without cheese) while visiting Barry, after Gwen kindly prepares a separate dish for her to satisfy her vegetarian needs, prompting Pam to quietly beg Mick to serve her. a little chili.

In another candid conversation with Dawn, he confesses, “I can’t tell Dawn, the lie is too deep.” I’m up to my neck in it.’

PETA has suggested she become 'Three Tofu Blocks Pam' and enjoy Christmas with a meat-free centerpiece and lots of vegan eggnog in their letter to James and Ruth.

PETA has suggested she become ‘Three Tofu Blocks Pam’ and enjoy Christmas with a meat-free centerpiece and lots of vegan eggnog in their letter to James and Ruth.

The animal rights charity believes that making Pam a proud vegan would help encourage viewers to enjoy their own animal-free Christmas feast.

The animal rights charity believes that making Pam a proud vegan would help encourage viewers to enjoy their own animal-free Christmas feast.

In a series of hilarious scenes, Stacey catches Pam eating ham, as the Welsh star shouts:

In a series of hilarious scenes, Stacey catches Pam eating ham, as the Welsh star shouts: “You’re eating ham, Pam.”

Stacey then questions if Pam is really a vegetarian as Pam tries to remove the facade.

Stacey then questions if Pam is really a vegetarian as Pam tries to remove the facade.

The last episode of the sitcom aired on Christmas 2019 and a lot can change in five years, so perhaps Pam has embraced veganism and ditched meat for good.

Elisa wrote: ‘It’s been four years since the last Christmas special aired and, in that time, we’ve learned more about how eating meat affects animals, the environment and human health, so it’s only fair Have Pam put out a vegan turkey. in the table.

‘Before her brief stint as a “vegetarian,” Pam worried about being known as “Three Steaks Pam,” and we understand why she would be embarrassed by that nickname. Raising and killing animals for food is cruel.

‘At any given time, around 23 billion animals around the world languish in dirty factory farms. Every year in the UK alone, over a billion animals are mercilessly killed for food.’

Explaining why she should adopt a new nickname, they added: “Conversely, by adopting the nickname ‘Pam of the Three Blocks of Tofu’, the character would be an advocate for animals and the planet: getting rid of foods derived from animals saves the lives of almost 200 people every year and, at the same time, we reduce the individual carbon footprint by up to 75%!

‘You would also have a lower risk of stroke, heart disease, some cancers, diabetes and other ailments. Additionally, vegans weigh, on average, up to 9 kilograms less than adult meat-eaters, something we know would align well with Pam’s priorities.’

They also explained that vegan Christmas food has come a long way since the characters last graced our screens, as they explained that everything from plant-based pigs in blankets to spectacular vegan roasts is now available.

PETA also explained that vegan Christmas food has come a long way since the characters last graced our screens, as they explained that everything from plant-based pigs in blankets to spectacular vegan roasts is now available

PETA also explained that vegan Christmas food has come a long way since the characters last graced our screens, as they explained that everything from plant-based pigs in blankets to spectacular vegan roasts is now available

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