Thanks to friends in common Juana Viale and Mariana Genesio Peñto became very close. Invited to Mirtha Legrand with the actress in the place of the hotel Chiqui, the protagonist of Small Victory he ended up talking about what a good hostess in her home, that was Joan… and ended up telling that she prepared a roast, despite being a vegetarian!
“I went to his house and cooked for a lot of people. Prepared a lot of spectacular things, and you’re vegan, but you did a roast amazing. Am I exposing?”, launched Marian, smiling, doing that Joan would have to be explained. “Good, but because I was…I ate a lot of meat during my whole life and the one who taught me how to make roast was my dad,” he started saying.
Joan: “Now don’t try meat, but I have no problem in handling because my children eat.”
Joan said that when she went to live to Chile at the age of 24, because in those years still ate meat, he learned the work of asadora. “I called my dad and told him that I had to teach to make a roast. Beyond the strip roast is not called strip roast, I had to tell the butcher how was the court. And there I learned a lot,” he recalled. “Now don’t try meat, but I have no problem in handling because my children eat,” be honest.
Joan: “I called my dad and told him that I had to teach to make a roast. Beyond the strip roast is not called strip roast, I had to tell the butcher how was the court. And there I learned a lot”.
Juana also said that although you can receive their loved ones with roasted, does not endorse for itself, the consumption of meat. “I don’t like abuse or anything like that and I my friends that eat meat they put videos of slaughterhouses, movement of animals,” he said, while Marian, between laughter, said, “this is bad, you are about to take the bite, and she puts the video”.
“I never ate a lot of meat and I always felt sorry for the animal. I don’t enarbolo a flag and if you do anything else condemn you. It seems to Me that there are processes and that there are people who need meat,” he concluded Juana Viale on your posture.