‘Sabrina’ Star Lucy Davis Cooks a Vegan Thanksgiving Feast

Hide your mistakes. Add wine. Make it vegan. These are Lucy Davis’ top “tips” for cooking a delicious Thanksgiving feast.

Although she originally hails from England, Lucy loves celebrating this traditional American holiday. And because she’s a true champion for animals, the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina star knows that the only way to do Thanksgiving is to make it 100% vegan. Watch her hilarious video as she brings her cooking comedic skills to life on camera—with a little help from her adorable sous-chef.

Before playing iconic witch Hilda Spellman on Netflix’s Sabrina, Lucy charmed audiences in the British series The Office and that little movie called Wonder Woman. Despite her busy schedule, she always finds time to advocate for animals, whether it’s supporting #FurFree legislation or speaking out against cruelty to animals in circuses.

Lucy Davis Vegan Thanksgiving

Curious to hear how Lucy got her Aunt Hilda character to go veg? Or what her dog Gracie’s favorite game is? Watch her fun behind-the-scenes PETA interview:

Every year in the U.S., roughly 85 million turkeys are slaughtered and eaten for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter alone. And that’s just about a third of the 240 million turkeys who are raised for food all year round. By following Lucy’s lead and opting for a vegan meal this holiday season, you can save animals’ lives—365 days of the year!

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