A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.
Plant-based substitutes for chicken eggs and eggs laid by other oviparous animals such as duck, goose, quail, or pheasant.
Sometimes you may want to limit the geographical scope of a question, for example if it is about sourcing particular products or concerns local cultural practices.
Wearable items created from natural/synthetic fibres or animal products (leather, fur, wool, down, silk).
Excluding meat and eggs but still consuming milk and dairy products. Use this tag only if avoidance of eggs is specified, otherwise use [lacto-ovo-vegetarianism].
The meaning, origin or usage of words related to and/or in the context of veganism and/or vegetarianism.
An eating patterns that aims to assist with recovery or mitigation of chronic disease or other conditions.
reference materials, technology and other aids for vegetarian and vegan practice
For questions about stores and how they handle or sell vegan products. Note that recommendation questions are off-topic however.
Used for questions about raw diet and raw foods.
a subset of vegans that eat solely or mainly fruit. Some also eat nuts and seeds
Honeybees play an important role in industrial agriculture and they also produce honey and beeswax. There are over 20,000 species of bees.
Refers to animal-free (usually vegan) diets, foods or other products made from plants (that may more traditionally use animal products), without the ethical connotations of "vegan"
Production or use of eggs (especially chicken eggs) as well as recipes including eggs and all products made from eggs.
Large-scale perception or impacts of vegan/vegetarian diet within society
when you are asking for scientific studies as sources for answers to your question. If you are asking about experiments done on animals (an ethical issue for veg*ns), please use the tag […