Kourtney Kardashian is overjoyed to have been engaged to her boyfriend Travis Barker. You could say she’s obsessed, but the good news is that their love has only grown stronger since their engagement news broke one month ago.
On Thursday, November 11, the Barker Wellness founder, 45, posted an Instagram gallery of photos of himself posing inside a gas station while munching on potato chips.
Kourtney Kardashian, 42, responded, approving of her fiancé’s snack choices, saying, “Obsessed with you and all your vegan stuff.”
Kourtney who eats primarily vegan, praised her beau for sticking to their nutritional goals while on the road. The drummer was photographed holding a bag of Lay’s Classic chips, which are vegan-friendly snacks because their ingredients are not derived from animal products.
During a Poosh blog post in May, the former Dash owner revealed her own “95 percent” vegan diet.
“As you’ve probably noticed from Kourt’s Instagram, she’s gone (mostly) vegan when it comes to her diet. From keto to intermittent fasting, she’s no stranger to adjusting her meals to live a healthier lifestyle. She’s been easing into it for the past six to seven months with no meat (and the occasional butter and honey),” the article explained.
In the post, the reality TV star also mentioned how her commitment to a plant-based diet tie in with her concerns about the “environmental impacts that eating less meat has on the planet.”
Kourtney Kardashian and her ex Scott Disick share three children together: Mason, 11, Penelope, 9, and Reign, 6. The reality TV star admitted at the time that she “couldn’t resist” a baked crab handroll for the first few weeks after changing her diet.
Kourtney continued in her blog post at the time “It’s all about balance and finding how and when you’re comfortable with incorporating the changes into your lifestyle.”
The Blink-182 drummer, for his part, has been mindful of his animal-friendly diet. Travis Barker became a vegetarian at the age of 13 before converting to veganism after surviving a plane crash in 2008.
“I was talking to one of my friends about how difficult it was to find vegan options, and he said, ‘Why don’t you make your own?'” he told GQ in March, before sharing some of his favorite dishes to make in the kitchen.
“I love vegan pizza, I’ll also have vegan sushi, Vietnamese vegan food, a dear friend of mine owns this spot called Au Lac which is just so good. The other day we got Craig’s Vegan ice cream, so whenever that’s in the freezer it’s definitely tempting. … On that note, I’ve come to learn that if you don’t want to eat that stuff, you just don’t keep it in the house. That’s it. Some days, my dessert will just be a spoonful of almond butter,” Barker added at the time.