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What is the diff. between Vegan and Vegetarian?
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What is the diff. between Vegan and Vegetarian?
Vegan = opposition to any form of animal exploitation.
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Vegan = opposition to any form of animal exploitation.
including eggs? and dairies?
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What is the diff. between Vegan and Vegetarian?
Vegans eat no animal excretions (eggs, milk, etc.) and do not use other products made from animals either (leather, fur, etc.). The movie "What the Health?" is a good resource to learn a little about why, I believe it's on Netflix.
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What is the diff. between Vegan and Vegetarian?
Vegetarians don't eat any meat (including fish and chicken), but may eat dairy and other animal products. Vegans abstain from all animal products (no meat, dairy, gelatin, honey, etc.).

edit: Vegans also tend to follow veganism as a lifestyle, rather than just a diet. They'll often shun leather, silk, wool, and other fabrics which require death/suffering/exploitation to obtain.
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Vegans eat no animal excretions (eggs, milk, etc.) and do not use other products made from animals either (leather, fur, etc.). The movie "What the Health?" is a good resource to learn a little about why, I believe it's on Netflix.
How do we know Vegan is by choice or by nature?
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including eggs? and dairies?
Correct.
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How do we know Vegan is a sworn breed of species? Were they born that way or just some grownup's psychological issue?
So, aside from seeking information, you were looking for an opportunity to add your personal judgment regarding someone else's choice?
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NO, did I come that way? Is that personal to you? I was merely asking whether by choice or by nature? Just like being gay or trans.
I'm not sure where someone would assume you're being judgemental just because you threw the term "psychological issue" in there. /s

And pulling gay and trans people in there (with the classy "psychological issue" thrown in)? Whew, you're either trolling extra hard or just that ignorant. If you have legit questions about veganism or vegetarianism, obviously people are willing to give you answers. But this is not the place to go down whatever crazy line of (potential) hate comments you have lined up next.
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NO, did I come that way? Is that personal to you? I was merely asking whether by choice or by nature? Just like being gay or trans.
What you eat is a product of your environment growing up, until you're old enough to make your own informed decisions. Children do not naturally want to eat animals, they must be desensitized and taught that it is "normal" and "healthy". Now that we have Google it's a lot easier to overcome misdirection from the food industry, hence the rapidly growing number of vegans and vegan options.
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I'm not sure where someone would assume you're being judgemental just because you threw the term "psychological issue" in there. /s

And pulling gay and trans people in there (with the classy "psychological issue" thrown in)? Whew, you're either trolling extra hard or just that ignorant. If you have legit questions about veganism or vegetarianism, obviously people are willing to give you answers. But this is not the place to go down whatever crazy line of (potential) hate comments you have lined up next.
ok, I'll fix my post to avoid further misunderstanding.
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ok, I'll fix my post to avoid further misunderstanding.
I grew up in a family that always ate a lot of meat, but I decided to stop eating meat once I was old enough to really realize what I was eating and assert myself (in elementary school, so younger than most). Decades later, I still don't eat meat. Some people are raised in a family of vegetarians or vegans (whether it be for ethical, moral, health, or religious reasons), but many of the vegetarians and vegans I know independently made the choice to stop eating meat as adults.
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