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The Green Quote: Emily Deschanel Gets Former Chairman of Fox To Go VEGAN!

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“We were at a party, and I said, ‘You’d make a big difference by just trying it for a week.’ I sent him food, and he really stuck to it.”

-Friend of Ecorazzi and long-time vegan, Emily Deschanel, discussing how she convinced former Chairman of Fox, Peter Ligouri, to go vegan. Em has said that she considers this her proudest green achievement and we think that’s just swell. Getting a friend to go vegan or even to reduce their animal-product consumption is one of the greatest things you can do for your planet, health and fellow creatures. So what are you waiting for? Get educated. Get motivated. Get dedicated. It’s go time, baby!

via: vegetarianstar.com

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