Drew Barrymore continues anti-feminist streak, says all women are moody

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Drew Barrymore made some rather interesting comments to celebrity chef Eric Ripert when she visited his cooking show, "On the Table." Drew was promoting her wine, Barrymore Pinto Grigio. She sipped away and dished as she and Chef Eric cooked Clams Monetecito.

"I think I'm moody because I'm a woman," Drew tells the chef. "I can ask any man in this room -- like women are just inherently like, moody or hormonal people. I don't know how men deal with it. I praise them." Ripert then points to his head of white hair and suggests either women or "the kitchen" turned him gray.

Barrymore recently raised eyebrows with her claims that women, in fact, cannot have it all. "I was raised in that generation where it was all, 'Women can have it all!,' and I don't think you can," she told a conference full of fashion and beauty bloggers. "I think something falls off the table. The good thing is that the things that stay on the table become so much more important."

On Ripert's show, Barrymore also talks about her "17 different lives" and explains she's now "a stay at home mom and you know, kind of subdued." She also explains why she would never do reality television. "I would prefer to stay off reality TV because a lot of it is really sensational," Barrymore says. "I want to share my life with people... I've always been an open book, but think there's always a boundary."

Here's the full episode of Drew's appearance on "On the Table":

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