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Actress Rooney Mara Is a Vegan, Enjoys Veg Food at Sundance

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We’re not sure if this one just slipped by us, or if she’s never publicly announced her dietary choices, but People is reporting that actress Rooney Mara is vegan.

Currently at Sundance for her film “Ain’t Them Bodies Saints”, the actress enjoyed an all vegan dinner hosted by Nylon and ASOS.

According to People, the cast enjoyed cabbage spring rolls, aromatic black rice, coconut eggplant, thai basil and lychee vinaigrette, and green tea sorbet with berries and forbidden tofu.

It certainly sounds like a delicious meal. We hope “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” actress enjoyed it!

And we’re hopeful that one of these days she’ll discuss her veganism publicly so we can hear all about her favorite foods and reasons for ditching animal products.

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