Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor and his wife Alicia were teasing a big announcement last month, and they spilled the beans during a recent interview – they are opening a taco truck!
In a new video interview with Rock Feed, Corey and Alicia revealed they'd been working on this for months, but got set back due to the quarantine. Corey also revealed that the taco truck will be "plant-based" and that a plant-based diet has improved his health dramatically.
"It was basically a [plant-based] taco food truck," he said. "We can't say vegan. 'Cause there will be some dairy in there, some stuff in there. But the main focus was flavor, not just content. 'Cause when people talk about vegan, they can become very pretentious… This was a way for us to combine [our love of food] with a healthier [lifestyle]."
Alicia added: "Because a lot of people don't know this — we went plant-based in August [or] September, and we saw the benefits immediately." Corey concurred, saying: "My cholesterol dropped, like, 80 point… I was even trying to eat better, and yet my cholesterol wasn't going anywhere. And as soon as I [went plant-based], [the change in my cholesterol level was immediate]. It was pretty rad."
Alicia said: "And we don't wanna be super annoying about it, 'cause that can turn a lot of people off. It was just kind of a choice we made for us."
The Taylors got married last August.
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Watch the full Rock Feed interview below: