Kansas City Facebook show shares vegan recipes, health tips

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Stacey Hardman, center, her son Todd Ashley and daughter Raven Ashley were celebrating the Chiefs’ win over the Greenbay Packers during Hardman’s “KC Girl on the Move” vegan cooking show. Sabrina Fountain, at right, was the videographer.

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First, Stacey Hardman stopped eating pork.

Then she gave up beef. Turkey and chicken followed, and then, finally, dairy products.

It’s been two years since Hardman went vegan in an effort to get healthy.

Now, she’s using social media to show people, in Kansas City and beyond, the joys of plant-based eating.

“Food shapes how you think,” Hardman said. “Whatever you put into your system, it is a different way you are throughout the day.”

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Live Updates: Green Bay Packers at Kansas City Chiefs

The Green Bay Packers are playing at the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday afternoon. The Packers (7-1) have won seven in a row and have been off since Thursday. The Chiefs (4-4) are coming off a home win over the Giants on Monday. Follow along all day for updates.

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In case you’ve spent the past week on the dark side of the Moon, you’ve heard that MVP quarterback Aaron Rodgers has COVID-19 and Jordan Love will make his first NFL start.

The Wednesday morning change-up required quick adaptation from the Packers. The same is true for the Chiefs, who had game-planned around Rodgers and had little intel on Love.

Here’s what the Chiefs had to say.

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