• How do you know if somebody is Vegan?

    12 answers · 3 hours ago
  • If I were to have one of my limbs amputated, can I, a vegan, eat it?

    Best answer: Technically, no as they are an animal product. However, since you have given yourself permission to eat your own body parts there is nothing morally wrong with you doing so and you can still call yourself a vegan. The question remains is it moral for a doctor to remove said limb. If it was for medical reasons then... show more
    Best answer: Technically, no as they are an animal product. However, since you have given yourself permission to eat your own body parts there is nothing morally wrong with you doing so and you can still call yourself a vegan. The question remains is it moral for a doctor to remove said limb. If it was for medical reasons then there is no problem.

    But the odds are the hospitial will not give it to you as it would be classified as dangerous medical waste.

    Should be noted that some humans and cultures will eat the placenta after they have given birth.
    14 answers · 2 days ago
  • My 13 year old daughter is making vegan beef stroganoff. How can I politely excuse myself from eating it?

    Best answer: Through your tone of voice.
    Don't lie.
    She needs to know you don't want to eat this, but you don't have to make it be a judgement on her.
    Best answer: Through your tone of voice.
    Don't lie.
    She needs to know you don't want to eat this, but you don't have to make it be a judgement on her.
    17 answers · 4 days ago
  • If Aliens from outerspace, thousands of years technologically more advanced than us, came down to earth and farmed humans for food?

    Best answer: Have you ever heard of Spewey? He ended up on the dinner table. Look up Spewey.
    Best answer: Have you ever heard of Spewey? He ended up on the dinner table. Look up Spewey.
    8 answers · 1 day ago
  • How is it like to be a vegan?

    Best answer: I have been Vegan for ten years, it takes time to get use to the food, but i feel healthy and i have lost weight and i feel great.
    one of the best choices i made for myself and i am glad i did it.
    Best answer: I have been Vegan for ten years, it takes time to get use to the food, but i feel healthy and i have lost weight and i feel great.
    one of the best choices i made for myself and i am glad i did it.
    10 answers · 5 days ago
  • What are some very cheap but nice vegetarian foods to make for family visiting over the holidays?

    Not Christmas day but the other days. Children and adults. I have limited space and small fridge and oven, also it needs to be cheap and filling. Either ideas for buffet type foods, or starter, main, dessert, drinks. The children are quite picky, say they like a certain food then change the next week, I'm... show more
    Not Christmas day but the other days. Children and adults. I have limited space and small fridge and oven, also it needs to be cheap and filling. Either ideas for buffet type foods, or starter, main, dessert, drinks. The children are quite picky, say they like a certain food then change the next week, I'm wondering what I could do that it would be difficult for them to not want to eat...if that's possible, I'm thinking maybe make it look fun as a lure.
    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • Can I call myself a vegan if I only consume eggs and fish / shellfish?

    I rarely ever eat meat as most of my diet is vegan and I typically call myself vegan as a result. Can I call myself vegan?
    I rarely ever eat meat as most of my diet is vegan and I typically call myself vegan as a result. Can I call myself vegan?
    20 answers · 6 days ago
  • If cows, chickens and pigs were as sentient and intelligent as humans, would we still keep committing genocide against them?

    Best answer: Probably, unless they fought back. Humans don't eat meat because the animals are dumb, humans eat meat because it's easy, it tastes good it's socially acceptable. Animals already scream and cry. Screaming and crying animals make people sad, but that's why they just pay other people to do... show more
    Best answer: Probably, unless they fought back.

    Humans don't eat meat because the animals are dumb, humans eat meat because it's easy, it tastes good it's socially acceptable.

    Animals already scream and cry. Screaming and crying animals make people sad, but that's why they just pay other people to do it.

    You're not convincing anyone by saying this. That's just not how people get convinced. Try other methods.
    5 answers · 1 day ago
  • How could humans commit genocide against innocent animals for food without the feeling of remorse and call themselves civilized?

    Best answer: I can see what you are getting at, but I think you miss out on a few points. Is it really that much worse for a cow to be slaughtered by a human, than it is for the same cow to be eaten alive by say a hungry wolf? Nature IS by nature extremly cruel. One would hope that we humans would have evolved past all of... show more
    Best answer: I can see what you are getting at, but I think you miss out on a few points.

    Is it really that much worse for a cow to be slaughtered by a human, than it is for the same cow to be eaten alive by say a hungry wolf? Nature IS by nature extremly cruel. One would hope that we humans would have evolved past all of this, but if you look at the world, does it look like we have done this? Not even close if you ask me...

    If it was the case that humans had to kill other humans in order to get food and not starve, would they do it? Hell, yes. You bet they would. Nature is by nature cruel and ruthless. If we didn't breed all this livestock, we would most likely be at eachothers throats...

    I'm not saying it's perfect (it's far from perfect), but it's a bit naive to think we could all stop eating meat. We could, but we won't. It's like thinking we could stop breathing or stop having sex.
    6 answers · 1 day ago
  • Is iceberg lettuce safe to eat?

    Best answer: Yes and so is romaine if not from contaminated area
    Best answer: Yes and so is romaine if not from contaminated area
    7 answers · 3 days ago
  • How to eat bacon again and still be a vegetarian?

    Best answer: One of those difficult choices. Sounds like you aren't truly committed to the ideals of vegetarianism, so maybe just drop the act?
    Best answer: One of those difficult choices. Sounds like you aren't truly committed to the ideals of vegetarianism, so maybe just drop the act?
    20 answers · 6 days ago
  • Why is it suggested to have only ONE serving of peanut butter per day?

    Best answer: First of all, store-bought peanut butter comes in all kind of varieties. I buy my peanut from a store that grinds it themselves and they don't add sugar, salt or oil. it's just peanuts. Whole foods has a nut grinder, you can make your own peanut butter or make your own cashew butter. Or you can buy peanuts... show more
    Best answer: First of all, store-bought peanut butter comes in all kind of varieties. I buy my peanut from a store that grinds it themselves and they don't add sugar, salt or oil. it's just peanuts.

    Whole foods has a nut grinder, you can make your own peanut butter or make your own cashew butter. Or you can buy peanuts and make peanut butter in a food processor. The clean up is sort of a hassle tho .

    About one handful of nuts or a tbsp or two of PB a day is a common recommendation. Nuts ARE a good source of healthy fats. If you exercise a lot you can increase the amount of fat you eat. But for most of us - it's a good idea to limit the amount of fat you consume.

    A lot of vegans have jumped on the WFPB diet bandwagon. And part of the WFPB diet is limiting fats. The concept is that fat, especially from oils, is just empty calories. The WFPB diet recommends just one serving of nuts a day. and just one serving of seeds. Again seeds are a good source of healthy fat. We all need some fat in our diets. but not much.
    11 answers · 5 days ago
  • Drinks with plant based bottles?

    What are some vegan drinks that have completely plant based bottles?
    What are some vegan drinks that have completely plant based bottles?
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Can a real vegan also be a furry?

    Asking for a friend.
    Asking for a friend.
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • According to Vegans' logic, shouldn't I be dead right now?

    I am 24 years old who ate meat his entire life. They claim that meat causes cancer and heart attacks and other stuff. My question is this: if this were true, then why am I not dead? Don't get me wrong, nothing would make me happier than getting one of those things and just ending this miserable life. Life... show more
    I am 24 years old who ate meat his entire life. They claim that meat causes cancer and heart attacks and other stuff. My question is this: if this were true, then why am I not dead? Don't get me wrong, nothing would make me happier than getting one of those things and just ending this miserable life. Life freakin sucks and I dont know why people would want to live long. But if what they say is true, then why am I not dead? Also, my father is 55 and always ate meat. Why is he not dead and why do both of our blood tests show positive and good health? Shouldnt I be deathly ill and my father dead if vegan logic was true?
    14 answers · 6 days ago
  • Why are u vegan?

    we were meant to eat meat and we are the ones who evolved to become leaders of the world and civilised ones so why are people vegan?
    we were meant to eat meat and we are the ones who evolved to become leaders of the world and civilised ones so why are people vegan?
    8 answers · 5 days ago
  • How much B12 does a vegan need to supplement?

    Im already dairy free. And have been for a while because it cleared my acne up. Lately I've been looking into cutting out meat as well. (Although I do love animals it's not so much for the saving the animals aspect, mostly just the health! All the crap they put in meat/animals prior is unbelievable) anyways... show more
    Im already dairy free. And have been for a while because it cleared my acne up. Lately I've been looking into cutting out meat as well. (Although I do love animals it's not so much for the saving the animals aspect, mostly just the health! All the crap they put in meat/animals prior is unbelievable) anyways I'm reading that the one thing vegans need to supplement is b12. How much should i take daily? And should I start it the same day I stop meat?
    6 answers · 4 days ago