WATCH: Vegan ‘Mukbang’ Video With YouTube Star GloZell Green

GloZell Green—the self-proclaimed “Queen of YouTube”—is vegan, y’all. And she’s here to show fans that there are more than enough delicious vegan options out there, so you can indulge in all your favorite foods without supporting the slaughter of animals.

In PETA’s second-ever vegan “mukbang” video, the comedian and her pal Kate Duffy sample a full spread of vegan delights. From the “cutest little taco bar” stuffed with Beyond Meat’s Beyond Beef Crumbles to Gardein’s Mini Crabless Cakes and Daiya’s vegan Cheezecake,  GloZell’s mukbang covers all the bases.

Check out the video:

If you’re asking yourself, “Um, ‘scuse me, but what’s a mukbang?” you’re likely not alone. The video concept originated in South Korea, and it’s really quite simple: The host gets in front of a camera, eats copious amounts of food, and talks about it. Then it goes up on the internet.

Yup, that’s it.

“[V]egan is being mental, because you’re going by a taste that you’re used to. But you know, like, if you’re open to the taste, I mean, who cares? Like, it’s delicious. And no animals had to be hurt. Hallelujah.”

—GloZell Green

You can make a difference for animals, your health, and the planet by going vegan. And don’t worry—you don’t have to document your every meal to do it! Going vegan saves nearly 200 animals a year, decreases your risk of developing chronic diseases such as high blood pressure and diabetes, and is the most powerful step that you can take to fight climate change.

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