The Red Table Talk aired their first-ever cooking show Tuesday. Vegan sensation Tabitha Brown was one of the guests. The actress turned vegan influencer talked with Jada, Willow, and Adrienne (Gammy) about the health journey that led her to where she is today. “Hello there,” she greets everyone as she enters the kitchen before saying one of her more famous phrases, you know, … that’s my (your) business.
Jada asks, “Did you think you would become the most viral vegan home cook in the world?” Tabitha’s response, “No, never, I never thought I would be viral anything or vegan.” She then shares her story of being sick for well over a year beginning in 2016 that included a resting headache in the back of her head, which triggered chronic fatigue and a loss of balance at times. Tabitha says it didn’t help that the doctors found nothing wrong. Frustrated, depressed, and with anxiety, she says to the women of Red Table Talk, “I honestly thought I wasn’t going to see forty. I thought I was going to die.”
Tabitha, who says she grew up in the church, had gotten to a point where her faith became “wavered and shook.” Speaking to God, she remembers saying, “Okay, you don’t hear me anymore.” After having that thought, she had a “Come to Jesus” moment in her bathroom. At a point where she was in search of seeing her soul through her eyes, she began to look at herself in the mirror, joking, “I don’t know if it’s because my eyes are big (laugh) but it was scary, looking at myself for so long, It was right scary.”
That was Tabitha’s “final call,” and she, at that moment, asked God, “If you heal me. You can have me.” And the rest of the story is a vegan sensation whirlwind of “blow your mind” blessings Tabitha always expresses on social media in a single moment of gratitude, “Ooohhh GOD I THANK YOU!”
Watch the food clip here. Click the link for the entire show.
Red Table Talk’s first-ever cooking show also included guests Sheree Zampino, ex-wife of Will Smith, and a part of the loving and blended Smith family who shared her highly requested family favorite mac and cheese Ree-cipe. Zampino’s cute spin of the word recipe inserting “ree” from her name. And Joshuah Nishi, a 20-year-old self-taught cook whose inexpensive recipes have gone viral. His story, he started out making meals to help his working single parent father when he was just in the seventh grade.
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