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Daniella Monet is sharing some of her favorite vegan snacks for the season with the folks at Peta2.

The actress from Victorious demonstrates three vegan dishes in a short video posted to the organization’s blog.

In addition to Banana-Chia Seed Pudding and Strawberry-Banana Smoothie, Monet has fun in the kitchen making avocado toast.


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Pamela Anderson PETA Alfred Hitchcock

Environmentalists will tell you to take shorter showers, but that’s not the only way to help the Earth, as Pamela Anderson demonstrates in a new PETA ad that plays on Alfred Hitchcock.

The actress stands posed in the bath in an ad that reads:

“Meat and dairy farms drain half the country’s water.”

“Making a splash for the environment doesn’t just mean shorter showers. Try vegan.”


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The 22-Day Revolution

When Jay Z. and Beyonce decided to embark upon a vegan cleanse, they sought the advice of celebrity trainer Margo Borges.

“I suggested that we go plant-based for breakfast one day,” Borges says. “They were in. Then I suggested that we also do it for lunch, and they loved that idea as well. Then one day, on their own, Jay called me, and he’s like ‘I got this great idea. You know that program that you just created, the 22-day vegan challenge? I want to do it. B wants to do it also. We want to go all in!'”


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Noel Gallagher

There’s nothing more complimenting that being told you’re admired for something somebody else can’t stand.

That may be the way Morrissey should feel after a comment by Noel Gallagher in Rolling Stone on the British singer’s vegetarian demands for the venues at which he performs.

Gallagher told the rock music magazine that although he appreciates Morrissey’s passion, he wants nothing to f*cking do with it.


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Kate Mara UNICEF

“Every time we sit down to eat, we have a choice. By choosing more meat-free meals, we’re saying ‘yes’ to better health, ‘yes’ to a better environment, and ‘yes’ to better treatment of animals.”

Kate Mara, actress from House of Cards, in a promo video for Meatless Mondays for the the Humane Society of the United States. Mara can be seen in the animal welfare organization’s All Animals May/June 2015 magazine discussing life growing up on a farm with animals and pets, and the decision that led her to eliminate all animal products from her diet.

Photo: Joella Marano/Creative Commons

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IKEA Unveils Its Vegetarian Meatball Option

Written by Vegetarian Star on Wednesday, April 15th, 2015 in Business, Food & Drink, Restaurants.


IKEA has launched its line of vegetarian meatballs.

The home furnishing store that had been the subject of controversy after it was discovered its real meatballs had horse meat in them, is perhaps making amends for such a taboo by showing it can not only be more ethical, but healthy too.


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Adam Richman Goes Vegan

Written by Vegetarian Star on Wednesday, April 15th, 2015 in Food & Drink, TV Hosts.

Adam Richman

Adam Richman has made the announcement that he’s vegan.

Yes, the former Man v. Food host who the World’s Meatiest Sandwich was created for has been eating nothing but plants for the past three months or so.

And no, this announcement wasn’t made on April 1st.


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“Trisha’s Table” Has A Few Vegetarian Dishes On It

Written by Vegetarian Star on Monday, April 6th, 2015 in Books, Female Singers, Food & Drink.

Trisha's Table

Although she was once awarded the title for one of the worst cookbooks for health from the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, Trisha Yearwood has come a long way since her less healthy days of Home Cooking.

Her latest cookbook, Trisha’s Table, not only exemplifies what she calls the “80/20” rule of good/indulgence eating, it has several plant-based recipes she couldn’t resist sharing.


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