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Eliza Dushku embraces veganism and tweets love of vegan restaurant Blossom NYCEliza Dushku embraces veganism and tweets love of vegan restaurant Blossom NYC

Eliza Dushku Shares Love of Vegan Restaurant Blossom

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Actress Eliza Dushku enjoyed some top notch vegan food over the weekend and wasn’t afraid to share it with her followers on Twitter.

While in New York City Dushku decided to grab a bite to eat at vegan restaurant Blossom with a girlfriend.

“Goood #vegan eats at #Blossom tonight in nyc w my gurrrl Callie K!” the actress tweeted.

She seems to be embracing her vegan lifestyle quite happily. In 2011, Dushku officially declared herself a full-fledged vegan. What changed her mind? None other than the popular documentary “Forks Over Knives.”

“That’s it! We watched #ForksOverKnives & are going for a plant-based diet- that doc is astounding! Animal products no bien, homies #watchdoc,” Dushku tweeted.

Dushku isn’t the first celeb to go vegan after watching the doc. Russell Brand, Ozzy Osbourne and Carrie Ann Inaba all changed their eating habits. Most recently, Kristen Bell and her fiancé Dax Shepard switched to veganism, because of the film.

The documentary is sure having an impact!

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  • Squiggles32

    She actually has stated on her twitter that she started to eat “amish eggs” because she felt she needed more protein.

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