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Vegetarianism is one thing; veganism is quite another. A vegan not only refuses to eat
meat of any sort, he or she also refuses to consume any animal-based products. This includes common
items like butter, milk and cheese. At the stricter end of the vegan scale, adherents will also forego
clothing items made of animal products like suede and leather, along with other animal-based personal
care products. It's not easy being vegan in this omnivorous society, but those who have made the
switch have the satisfaction of knowing that they are doing their part to promote a more peaceful,
This site is both practical and political. Find out what it takes to become vegan, and how going vegan
helps the environment. You can also take action in numerous ways, from promoting vegan food in dorm
cafeterias to staging a McVegan event in your home town. Especially useful is a list of companies that
are vegan certified.
||The Vegan FAQ|
This is a list of Frequently Asked Questions about Veganism. Find out how the term "vegan" came to be,
the whys and hows of becoming vegan and which famous people are vegan (Steve Jobs and the Artist
Sometimes Known as Prince are two of them!).
||Veganism for the Meat Eater|
A couple - one vegan, one a meat-eater - is responsible for this friendly site. There are loads of
recipes, a list of vegan-friendly chain restaurants and restaurants around the country (very useful!),
recipes, vegan pros and cons and much more!
Here is a site packed full of all types of vegan recipes - these webpages will have you eating well
for quite a while!
||How to Succeed with the Raw Vegan Lifestyle|
If you want to go really extreme, become a raw-foodist. What is a raw-foodist, why would you want to
become one and how on earth can you eat this way? This article explains it all.