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Tobey Maguire Stays Vegan in Vegas, Boston

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Tobey Maguire has been spooning up Boston, vegan-style. In Beantown while filming the upcoming “Labor Day,” the vegan dad and actor was spotted at FoMu enjoying coconut milk-based salted caramel and peanut butter “ice cream” topped with Oreos and mochi.

But superheroes like Spidey lead by example elsewhere, too – in Vegas this past weekend, Maguire stuck to his no-kill guns while dining out at the steakhouse Cut along with Leonardo DiCaprio. When others ordered cow-based meals, Maguire requested a variety of vegetable salads along with potatoes, beans, and greens.

Wherever he goes, Maguire makes vegan look delicious – in more ways than one.

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