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Moby’s Take on Living Amongst Carnivores in the US

The longtime vegan musician discusses his take on vegans and non-vegans living in harmony.

The New York Times, which deemed veganism mainstream in Southern California, also recently interviewed longtime vegan musician Moby about the changing food landscape and people’s perceptions of veganism. The Los Angeles resident, who has avoided animal products for the last 24 years, says that now, “carnivores seem pretty happy to go to a vegetarian restaurant” because veganism is much more prevalent and understood than it used to be. The musician also notes that beyond the evolution of veganism in American society, a plant-based diet may be the reason why his meat- and dairy-free friends look 10 years younger than they actually are.

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