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Milo Ventimiglia Admits He's A Proud Born And Bred Vegetarian

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Even my parents — who have always been supportive of my veganism — are shocked when I tell them that, “Yes, I plan on raising my kids vegan.” It seems that everytime I tell anyone about my veggie-child-rearing ideas, I’m forced to quickly explain just why a veggie diet is totally healthy for the youngins. But from now on I’m just gonna say: Milo Ventimiglia is a born and bred veg and he turned out alright!

That’s right, folks! Milo appeared on the Bonnie Hunt show this week and talked about his life-long vegetarian status and how his parents have rocked the herbivore lifestyle for 40 years — even his dog was a vegetarian!

Now it’s no secret that Milo is dating another one of our favorite plant-eating green stars — Hayden Panettiere — who, as Ecorazzi previsouly reported, will be logging some activist time in DC this weekend fighting the good fight! You go girl!

To hear Milo in his own words, check out the video below!

via: vegetarianstar.com

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