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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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Daniella Monet Kicks Off Meatless Monday At Houston School (Video)

Written by Vegetarian Star on Tuesday, May 20th, 2014 in Actresses, Food & Drink, Videos.

Daniella Monet is helping students in the Houston Independent School District kick off a brand new Meatless Monday campaign.

The actress visited Gregory Lincoln Education Center to celebrate “Lean & Green Day.”

Known for her role as Trina Vega on Nickelodeon’s Victorious, Monet ate lunch with students, toured the school’s garden and spoke during one of its culinary classes about the benefits of plant-based meals.


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Daniella Monet stars in a new PETA2 ad that encourages people to replace the fish on their plate with something plant-based.

Even vegetarians can be guilty of indulging in occasional fish or forgetting that the food technically does count as meat.

“Not a lot of people touch on fish and how important it is to eliminate that and keep that veggie diet,” Monet says in an interview in a clip that includes behind the scenes shot from the making of the ad.

“I thought “Why not do an underwater mermaid show and stress that you don’t need fish and let the fish swim with the mermaids.”

Watch Monet swim like a vegetarian mermaid and hear the entire interview below.


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Daniella Monet PETA Anti-Dissection Ad And The App For That (Video)

Written by Vegetarian Star on Wednesday, October 27th, 2010 in Actresses, Animal Issues, Children, Tech, Videos.

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Daniella Monet PETA

Daniella Monet recalls the day she had to dissect an animal in class.

“The one memory I have, as far as dissecting goes, is in elementary school. I cried—a lot—and I was actually sent to the nurse’s office, and I used the phone to call my mom and say that I couldn’t do it.”

“It’s gross. It’s sad. I do think teachers should provide an alternative…And if kids stand up for themselves … it’ll definitely make a world’s difference.”

Hoping other adolescents won’t go through the same experience, Monet is posing in this PETA ad titled, “I Choose Not To Dissect.”

If you’re looking for an alternative to dissect for yourself, your child or students, you should know…there’s an app for that!

The Frog Dissection application by Emantras Inc. gives the educational experience of science class minus the guts and flesh of a real animal and having to fight with your ethics or the school board on making the decision to dissect.


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“I could not be more proud and GRATEFUL for all that #PETA and friends of peta do to help protect the right of our voiceless animal friends.”

Daniella Monet, from her Twitter account, on PETA’s 30th Anniversary celebration. A detailed description of the evening’s events can be found at green gossip site Ecorazzi, which includes quotes about fur and vegetarian diets from celebrities like Christian Serratos, James Cromwell, Pamela Anderson and Alec Baldwin.

Photo: PR Photos

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