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Lost Actor Goes Vegan

Jorge Garcia performs stand-up in Los Angeles and talks about his new vegan lifestyle.

Actor Jorge Garcia of ABC’s long-running television series Lost recently performed stand-up comedy at the Laugh Factory in Hollywood as a fundraising benefit for his friend Suzanne Whang who is battling stage-four breast cancer. According to vegetarianstar.com, Garcia spent much of his routine talking about his new vegan diet, even quipping, “I became vegan at the time when vegans are going through a whole cupcake renaissance. It’s definitely kept my mind off cheese.” On his blog, Garcia shows how he makes his own homemade almond milk since giving up dairy.

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