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  • Deliciously Stella parodies 'clean eating'
  • Deliciously Stella parodies 'clean eating'
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Deliciously Stella parodies 'clean eating'

Foraged gummy candies, ketchup facemasks, and Reese’s chocolate and peanut butter sandwiches  in a humorous backlash against the growing obsession to 'eat clean', Instagrammer Deliciously Stella shows that 'snackwave' is here to stay.

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