Nickelodeon’s Daniella Monet Feeds Vegan Food to Meat Eaters in New Video Series
Daniella Monet launched a vegan food series on YouTube and Facebook called ‘D Takes Your V Card.’ | Paul Archuleta/Getty Images

Nickelodeon’s Daniella Monet Feeds Vegan Food to Meat Eaters in New Video Series

For millennials, Daniella Monet is best known for her role as Trina Vega, the lead character’s sister on the Nickelodeon show Victorious.

Now, for vegans and veg-curious Daniella Monet, or ‘D’ as she is dubbed here, has just launched a vegan food series on Youtube and FaceBook. This series is called ‘D Takes Your V Card’ where the term ‘V Card’ is used to mean veg-inity (not to be confused with virginity, she’s taken).

In this series, Daniella ‘Takes The V Card’ of predominately non-veg guest celebs, enlightening them on the deliciousness of vegan food and how flavorsome plant based food can be.

Monet says, “[I]n an effort to save the planet, animals, and your health, I’m exposing everyday meat-eaters to VEGAN food, (for the first time) and essentially taking your V card!”

This 28-year-old Hollywood actress has followed a plant based diet for almost 16 years and has long been involved with vegan activism. Like many, she loves to try new and exciting foods! Daniella even has a V leaf tattoo on her wrist to symbolize her love for her vegan lifestyle.

In the first installment of D Takes Your V Card, Monet makes her ultimate vegan breakfast sandwich using Follow Your Heart’s vegan ‘egg’ and ‘cheese’.

Victorious actor and close friend Matt Bennett, who plays Robbie Shapiro also appears as a guest star in Daniella’s video series – where the two get creative with vegan foodism.

A quick browse of Daniella’s Instagram reveals that she is also an avid animal lover, fitness junkie and as flexible as a rubber band (if her inspiring yoga practice with hunky boyfriend of six years, Gafton Guy is anything to go by…).

Vegan superstar and self-confessed foodie, Monet has commented on her D Takes Your V Card page that, “So many people think it’s nearly impossible to have an entire meal, let alone lifetime, without their favorite meats and dairy packed foods – I’m here to prove them wrong!”


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