Beyonce and Jay-Z to Follow Grammy Awards 2014 Performance With Another Vegan Diet?

Beyonce may be ready to become a vegan once again.

While Beyonce and her rap mogul husband Jay Z ended last year showcasing their decision to take a vegan challenge, the 32-year-old singer took to her Instagram account to hint that she could be embarking on the same journey one again.

"#22daysvegan," Beyonce captioned a photograph of a vegan protein bar topped with banana slices.

During her first vegan diet, Beyonce reportedly enjoyed meals of vegan mac 'n' cheese, portobello mushrooms, nachos and salad, vegan cupcakes and cookies, E! News reports. Jay Z first took to his Life + Times website just before his 44th birthday on Dec 4 to let fans know about his decision to go on a spiritual cleanse with his wife and singer Beyonce in the form of a 22 day vegan challenge.

Jay Z questioned what the couple would do after their vegan challenge, which ended on Christmas.

"You can call it a spiritual and physical cleanse," he wrote on his website. "..I don't know what happens after Christmas. A semi-vegan, a full plant-based diet? Or just a spiritual and physical challenge? We'll see…"

While it is unclear whether the rap mogul will join his wife if she is indeed embarking on another 22 day vegan challenge, PETA has praised both entertainers for their efforts.

"PETA praises Jay Z and Beyoncé for getting animals off their plates for 22 days and hopes that this great spiritual exercise will open their eyes to the suffering of all animals-including the wonderful ones who are killed not for the table but for a coat, a belt, or a bag," a PETA representative said, according to Yahoo! omg! reports.

The rapper, born Shawn Carter, spoke about the decision to embark on the vegan challenge in the first place.

"Psychologists have said it takes 21 days to make or break a habit," the rap mogul wrote on his blog, Life + Times. "On December 3rd, one day before my 44th birthday I will embark on a 22 Days challenge to go completely vegan, or as I prefer to call it, plant-based."

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