To exclude, to expel:
Dragon who has been on the show for 15 years was nicknamed ‘Swampy’ due to her passion for environmental issues and went vegan in 2020 to reduce her impact on the planet.
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Big Cheese Dragon’s Den Deborah Meaden revealed she wants to invest in a vegan company Stilton.
The mogul cut animal products from her diet in 2020 but wished for a really good alternative to her favorite food. “I am an unintentional vegetarian,” she said.
“I decided to do Veganuary two years ago and thought, ‘I like this and don’t want to eat meat’.
“I feel better and better in my soul because I’ve reduced my impact on the planet. However, I miss cheese. If anyone can come up with a vegan treat, I’ll throw money at them! “
Deborah, 63, has amassed £47m thanks to her keen eye for investing and has been on the BBC hit show for 15 years.
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Despite her wealth, she reuses tea leaves, stays warm, and doesn’t buy new clothes.
Her co-stars even nicknamed her “Swampy” due to her fascination with green issues.
Deborah explains: “I was so happy when I got a hole in the strap and thought, ‘I’ve worn that. I’ve had the same jacket on the show for three seasons. ”
She even has a “shame box” to make out of plastic at home.
“My husband Paul and I think about how much plastic we can get rid of and what different things we can buy,” she added.
Episodes of The Big Green Money Show with Deborah Meaden will be released on BBC Sounds every Friday.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/dragons-den-star-deborah-meaden-26509565 Dragon's Den star Deborah Meaden wants to sponsor vegan company Stilton after cheese shortage