Jennifer Aniston expresses her displeasure after a Friends set's viral salad recipe

Jennifer Aniston expresses her displeasure after a Friends set's viral salad recipe ...

As the Friends star finally reveals the viral formula, it''s a sad day for Jennifer Aniston salad lovers.

Jennifer Aniston paused her silence and halted a long-distance salad recipe. It''s said to be what she ate every single day on the Friends set.

In the 1990s, Aniston starred alongside five of her iconic cast members.

The rumors about how she ate for lunch every day began more than a decade ago.

In 2010, Courtney Cox, who played Monica, told the LA Times that Aniston ate the same lunch each day with a steamed broccoli salad.

Ever since, the rumoured Jennifer Aniston salad has been recreated and shared many times on Instagram and Twitter.

Many fans of the star and the show were eating it themselves. They thought it was famous as if Jennifer Aniston ate it, then the dish must be indulgent.

It''s not the case, however.

Im sorry

Jennifer has finally settled the rumors.

During a Zoom interview, she told Shape: Im sorry, and I feel like I am dezamosing everybody, but that''s not my salad.

It looks good, but it''s not the salad I had on Friends.''

The most recent salad on YouTube has been bulgur, parsley, mint, diced cucumbers, red onion, chickpeas, chopped pistachios, and crumbled feta cheese.

The actor gave another blow to fans, claiming that she would never have any chickpea in a salad, to be honest. Not good for the digestive tract.

The Horrible Bosses star explained that she has no clue how the viral Jennifer Aniston Salad recipe has become so popular or why it came from.

Will this make my arms look like hers? #jenniferanistonsalad #quinoasalad #mediterraneansalad #easylunchideas #ByeSundayBlues

What is the real Jennifer Aniston salad?

Her salad also includes shredded lettuce, egg whites, chicken, bacon, and a couple of garbanzo beans, as well as a simple vinaigrette.

She regrets that she skip a salad for lunch that day, stating to Shape that people should be happy for themselves and allow moments of indulgence.

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