Honestly, I was a little nervous on seeing this and getting the reactions of our husbands on this movie. I knew I would love it as I enjoyed reading "The China Study" book which this is based on. The documentary was truly fantastic and I loved ever minute of it.
After the movie, we headed across the street for a late dinner at Restaurant Muramoto for some sushi and other entrees. I have never been there and am not a sushi fan, so I was happy to see they had a fried tofu entree. It was tofu with sautéed baby carrots, asparagus, onions, mushrooms in a truffled ginger scallion broth and it was heavenly divine. The waiter was a saint and made sure my food was made properly for me being a vegan. Don't you just love that when waiters go to out of their way like that? Everyone else went for sushi, but they said it was fantastic as well. Will definitely be going back and bringing the camera next time so I can take pictures of the food.
Believe it or not, the movie had great impact on our husbands as we were talking over dinner. Ms. L's husband is a true meat eater and I thought he would hate the movie. But, after having him watch "Food Inc", I knew this might help him understand why his wife and I went vegan and give more incite on just how bad meat can be. I think Ms. L almost jumped out of her seat to cheer when her husband said he would be eating less meat because of that movie. It was definitely a sign that we both wanted to hear. I wasn't worried about my husband as I knew he is slowly creeping into the vegan world and seems to really get it. Overall it was a successful night!
If you hear that this movie is coming to your area, I highly recommend seeing it. They also just released it on DVD, so you can watch it in the comfort of your own home. I hope this gets as big as "Food Inc" or even bigger! Has anyone else seen it? Would love to hear your take or others on this movie.