Ruby Rose Langenheim (Ruby Rose), a vegan Australian actress and model, recently posted an InstaStory to feature the plant-based products in her fridge. The celebrity, known in the media for her work on \u201cAustralia\u2019s Next Top Model,\u201d \u201cMTV,\u201d and \u201cOrange is the New Black,\u201d is also well established in the vegan scene, earning PETA\u2019s Sexiest Vegan Award in 2017. Rose began her gradual transition to the vegan diet in 2013. She struggled a bit at first due to complications with hyperthyroidism, but she eventually overcame these issues and slowly gave up animal products. The star continued to wear leather for a time; however, in 2017, she made the full commitment and is now fairly vocal about her diet. https:\/\/youtu.be\/87FC5YT85Uo In addition to filming her vegan fridge, Rose often encourages her followers on Twitter to consider a vegan diet. In 2017, she tweeted, \u201cTrump changes to Climate change today have you feeling ill?? May I suggest turning vegan or at least vegetarian? We can be the change.\u201d So what does an A-list vegan celebrity keep in the fridge? Quite a bit, actually, Rose is well-stocked. The snapshot included a tower of Kite Hill vegan yogurts, several flavors of Rebbl superfood beverages, a package Kite Hill ravioli and various cheeses, Miyoko\u2019s mozzarella, Follow Your Heart\u2019s VeganEgg, Unreal candy, Vego Chocolate, So Delicious creamer, Field Roast vegan meat, vegan wine, La Croix, and a bag of fresh cherries. The star jokingly captioned, \u201cOur fridge is so\u2026healthy.\u201d Some of these vegan products may not be the most health-promoting options (vegan candy is still candy), but the image makes a powerful statement that there is a vegan version for virtually any animal-based food. It also breaks the stereotype that all vegans are stick-thin carrot-munching purists. Vegans eat an incredible variety of foods, including whole foods and good-for-the-soul products. Further, vegans come in all shapes and sizes, from svelte model bodies like Rose to 300-pound football players like former NFL athlete,\u00a0David Carter. There are a plethora of options, because some days a handful of cherries will suffice, and other days nothing else will do except a bag full of vegan almond butter cups.