I'm not a vegan, and to my understanding, a large number of vegans avoid animal-based foods and products in order to protest or not give support to industries that exploit or inhumanely treat animals. However, many industrial processes involve the use of animal products (ex. the metalworking and...
Hey there everybody,
I'm a long-time reader of this awesome forum, however this is my first post, so nice to meet you all officially!
I'll get straight to the point/question.
After a slow transition (I'm an avid backpacker, outdoorsman, etc, so feeling satiated and physiologically fueled on a...
I just created an account and this is my first time posting. I have been vegan for almost 8 years and I can't believe I didn't know about this forum.
For my Stats class we were asked to come up with a survey question, which had to be something that mattered to you/you cared about- so...
Wanted to get your thoughts!
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First time poster/first time on any forum ever actually but, since I'm the only vegan I know I really need others opinions on this serious dilemma I'm having. So, first of all to give a little background about me, I'm not your usual vegan, heck I might not even technically be a vegan...
So i am not a vegan or vegetarian but i have one question, if a animal were to die by NATURAL causes would you eat that meat then, because i know like everyone become vegan to save animals from slaughter but if an animal died by natural causes no humans involved, would you vegan eat that meat then?
There are too many vegan vs. vegan fights, vegans hating on vegetarians, raw vegans hating on vegans and on top of everything the never ending plethora of people that hate vegans just because... What is happening? Has this always been this way?
Vegans with big social media presence spewing...
We've all been there... when someone finds out you're vegan and instantly starts questioning you. Well, this is a good thing because it means the person is interested and will be receptive to what you say (I know often they're asking in a sarcastic way, but here's your chance to share some...
I've seen this question plastered around the internet.
"Are donuts vegan?"
I believe most contain egg or milk depending on the store or brand etc... I don't actually know of a brand that make vegan donuts unless someone knows of any? I guess there's always going to be little vegan...