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In addition to being vegetarian (do not eat meat, poultry, or fish), vegans do not consume or use any animal products (such as eggs, milk, leather, honey, etc.)

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You sometimes see the term "veg*n" on sites such as this one. What exactly does this term mean? Why is it used?
asked Mar 2 '17 by C_Z_
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I've heard claims that in order to be healthy on a vegan diet, one must go out of their way to combine proteins from different food sources in order to get an adequate amount of each necessary amino a …
asked Jan 31 '17 by C_Z_
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I want to buy fabric glue but I suspect that the kinds you normally find are not vegan. Are there a vegan fabric glues, or alternative adhesives that would work for fabric?
asked Feb 17 '17 by C_Z_
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There are a couple ways: Read the menu: An obvious choice, but if the menu specifically lists an item as vegan, it's almost always a safe bet. Look for seemingly vegan items. Scan the menu for dish …
answered Jan 31 '17 by C_Z_
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There are commercially available vegan dog foods that can be safely fed to dogs. Brown et al. tested vegan dog food on a set of Siberian Huskies: In 2009, Brown and colleagues [52] reported the re …
answered Feb 1 '17 by C_Z_
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Seitan is a meat substitute made from wheat. It has a meaty, almost beef-like texture and is very high in protein at 75g of protein per 100g of seitan. It is also known as wheat gluten, vital wheat gl …
answered Jan 31 '17 by C_Z_
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The Vegan Society defines veganism as follows: Veganism is a way of living which seeks to exclude, as far as is possible and practicable, all forms of exploitation of, and cruelty to, animals …
asked Jan 31 '17 by C_Z_
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Dark leafy greens are a good source of calcium (source). Some good ones are kale (101 mg per serving), collard greens (84 mg per serving), and broccoli (70 mg per serving). You can also drink fortifie …
answered Feb 1 '17 by C_Z_
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Assuming that veganism, roughly speaking, is a lifestyle that aims to not support animal exploitation, I would say that these products are vegan. The particles of milk that may end up on the products …
answered Feb 17 '17 by C_Z_
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Grains, nuts, algae, and flax are all potential sources of Omega 3 (source)
answered Feb 1 '17 by C_Z_