V is for Vegan

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Vegan    noun

Oxford Dictionary definition:  person who does not eat animals or animal products.

Our definition:  To be vegan means to try to do no harm to all animals, including humans, and the planet on which everyone depends.  This means a vegan will do their best to avoid all animal products in their food, clothes and possessions.  They will choose only fair trade and organic whenever possible, and will reduce, reuse and recycle to protect the world and its inhabitants from plastic pollution.  They will also avoid any activity or practice which exploits or abuses animals, such as visiting a zoo or buying animal-tested toiletries.

Just try to do no harm.  Easy 😀

Click here for the V page and here for the rest of the dictionary.

Have a lovely weekend 😀

16 thoughts on “V is for Vegan

  1. This is only my opinion. I’m not a vegan, it’s true how some people will feel bad about eating meet that once was a living animal, but these animals on earth are actually a gift from god. Meat have many benefits too. I think the best thing is to be well balanced.

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  2. A very interesting look at how deep a simple word goes, and what changing lifestyle means–not just what you eat, but looking at everything from a completely different perspective!

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