While she was doing a sitcom from the 1990s, Jennifer Aniston is putting a stop to a decades-long debate about her salad.
Im sorry, I feel like I''m dissatisfied everybody, but that''s not my salad, according to Aniston during a Zoom interview on Wednesday. It''s tasty, but it''s not the salad I had on Friends.''
The whispers began with Courtney Coxs advising The LA Times in 2010 that Aniston ate the same generic salad every day while on set.
On TikTok and Instagram, the salad consisting of bulgur, diced cucumbers, parsley, mint, red onion, chickpeas, crumbled feta cheese, and chopped pistachios has been recreated tens of thousands of times, with many believing it was made famous by its namesake.
There is no clear name for Aniston, who was talking about the Jennifer Aniston salad during a conversation with Elle, saying, in fact, she would never have much chickpea in a salad, to be honest. Not good for the digestive tract.
Her salad choice at the time was completely different, consisting of shredded lettuce, chicken, egg whites, a couple of garbanzo beans, bacon, and a simple vinaigrette.
Today, the beauty is open to anything more than salad on a daily basis, as health has evolved to balance for the television star, revealing that Shape, Focus on being effective to yourself, but also giving yourself the pauses of indulgence.