Quantcast Vegetarian StarRichard Linklater

Richard Linklater has made news for his Oscar-nominated film about an adolescent’s 12 years of life in Texas, Boyhood.

The critics will soon give accolades to a spin-off that follows the director through his last three decades of eating vegetarian, Veghood.

In a short video for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, Linklater can be seen throughout the years discussing what a plant-based diet has done for him and animals.


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Richard Linklater is an Academy award nominated film director and screen writer who’s credits include Fast Food Nation and School of Rock.

If you know Fast Food Nation, you know the story of the poor marketing director who, after discovering some good ol’ fecal matter in his company’s meat product, learns what other horrors come packaged in a “Value Meal.”

Linklater’s no fan of fast food, as he prefers “healthy mexican,” specifically, a restaurant in Austin, Texas called Mr. Natural.

“It’s this veggie Mexican food place, a healthy Mexican place, just about a mile on the East side on Cesar Chavez Avenue. It’s called Mr. Natural. It’s a healthy Mexican little buffet. It’s wonderful. It’s been there forever. It’s too good to be true. It’s a quick little buffet, you’re eating within like four minutes of when you walk in the door.”

Heading to Austin anytime soon? Mr. Natural’s menu offers vegetarian, vegan, dairy-free, and wheat free dishes like Potato Flautas, Picadillo de Soya, Cabbage Rolls, Tofu a la Mexicana, and Tamales.

via blackbookmag.com

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