Legendary Queen guitarist Brian May has shared a post about his eating habits on his official Instagram account.

As we all know Brian May is a vegan for a while and he responded to the questions about his daily eating habits after that crucial life-changing decision.

According to him, being a vegan is so simple. Some fruits, nuts and even Turkish Delights are can be eatable as snacks.

Also, he feels so lucky when his wife, Abita Dobson cooks the meal. In addition, he mentioned that they can eat things like hot asparagus, baby carrots, sauté potatoes, sweet corn and fried sweet peppers.

Even though he is 72 years old, he doesn’t have any issue with his new vegan life, and he stated that he really appreciated the fans who are supportive all the time.

Here is what Brian May captioned:

“Being Vegan is pretty simple in our house ! Well, so it seems, so far. During the day we snack on fruit and nuts and rough oatcakes, and the occasional sweet treat like Turkish Delight. But, if we’re lucky enough to have an evening meal together, we like something warming. We don’t usually feel the need for imitation meats – we just love veg – and luckily for me my lovely wife loves cookin’ em !”

Brian May continued:

“And there are so many to choose from these days. Here we have hot asparagus, baby carrots, sauté potatoes, sweet corn and fried sweet peppers, along with cool artichoke hearts and avocado and cherry tomatoes. Followed by some berries for desert, and a cuppa tea with almond milk … I don’t really feel I’m missing anything !”

Brian added:

“SO ! On day 7 of my Veganuary, so far so good. Even my black Christmas Season mood seems to be lifting a little. But it’s early days, of course. Enjoying seeing your posts on how you are eating, folks. Thanks for the supportive comments.”

Brian May about how he sees the world:

“As for my current view of the world, I find it incredibly depressing. I see arrogance and conceit, in bullies that have no eyes or ears. I see Nature smashing us in the face for our folly, discovered too late. I see liars, cowards and murderers striding around, posturing as if they were heroes. And we all stand by, tutting, and looking the other way. Yes, you could say there’s a reason to be depressed. One person going Vegan for a month is a very small thing. But from small seeds big peaceful Oak trees grow. Our grandchildren will need them.”