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For questions asking about the effects and occurrences of testing on animals for human purposes, for example, testing medicines or cosmetics on non-human animal subjects.
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Refers to the quality of life and wellbeing of animals, particularly of animals kept by humans. This tag should be used for questions about the conditions and treatment of animals raised or kept for u…
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an essential vitamin that has no reliable known plant sources, and must therefore be obtained from fortified food products and/or supplements in a vegan diet
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Honeybees play an important role in industrial agriculture and they also produce honey and beeswax. There are over 20,000 species of bees.
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Wearable items created from natural/synthetic fibres or animal products (leather, fur, wool, down, silk).
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Both crop raising and animal agriculture as a business, rather than for subsistence
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should be specific to vegetarian and/or vegan food preparation
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Discussing the practice of vegetarianism in specific context.
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Meat produced by in vitro cultivation of animal cells (aka. clean meat / lab-grown meat / in vitro meat)
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for questions about the production or use animal-derived milk and products made from such milk
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About plant-based substitutes for dairy products (such as milk, butter, cheese, cream and yogurt). Alternatives to these products are often made from soya, almonds, cashews, coconut, rice, oats, hemp …
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A particular/habitual eating pattern, for example, "I'm following a raw vegan diet". This is a very general tag: please consider using more specific tags if possible.
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Production or use of eggs (especially chicken eggs) as well as recipes including eggs and all products made from eggs.
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Plant-based substitutes for chicken eggs and eggs laid by other oviparous animals such as duck, goose, quail, or pheasant.
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the practice of eating insects, from Greek entomo (insect) and -phagy (consumption of).
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Impacts of human activities on the natural world including use of scarce resources (water, land) and release of waste products (greenhouse gases, air pollution).