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Natalie Portman No Longer Vegan? Jake Gyllenhaal Investigates

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Please say this isn’t true. Please say this isn’t true. Please say this isn’t true.

One of my all time favorite vegans, Natalie Portman, recently sat down with Jake Gyllenhaal for a chat in Interview Magazine. Half way through the piece, Gyllenhaal asks Portman about her favorite foods. Here’s how it went down:

GYLLENHAAL: Okay. What’s your favorite food?

PORTMAN: Well, I don’t think you can really improve upon Carvel ice cream cake.

GYLLENHAAL: I’m more Baskin-Robbins style myself.

PORTMAN: Oh really? I am so Carvel. Did I just bring us back to 1985 Long Island?

Now don’t freak yet! Natalie is a fairly new vegan and just because she likes Carvel, that doesn’t necessarily mean she’s still eating it.

What do you think? Is Natalie done with the vegan thing? Put on your detective hat and tell us what you think!

You can read the whole interview at InterviewMagazine.com.

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