What’s the deal with the vegan food movement?

I love the food movement, it’s been amazing.

But as much as I love eating plant-based foods, there are a few issues that I see with the vegans that are very relevant today.

I see them all the time when people are asking “What is veganism?” and I don’t know how to answer them, so I thought I’d take a look.1.

Veganism is the default food.

You have to know what you’re talking about.

A lot of people think of veganism as just eating meat or eating eggs.

I know that sounds a little weird, but it’s actually the default.2.

Vegans are all over the map.

Even people who are very vegan on the surface might still be interested in a plant-food-based diet.3.

It’s difficult to define “vegan.”

I don’t think that there is any single standard, and veganism is a diverse movement.

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Vegan food can be difficult to navigate.

Vegan food is so complex and so diverse, and it’s hard to know where to start.

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Vegers are constantly looking for new ways to justify their veganism.

We have a very unique diet and lifestyle, and so many things have been introduced into our lives.

6.

It can be very difficult to be vegan if you have children.

Children have different nutritional needs, they are different in terms of what they eat and what they consume, and we all need to learn how to work together to make sure we get everything we need.

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There’s a lack of transparency around veganism in the vegan community.

The whole movement is very secretive.

We have a lot of hidden agendas and I think that’s just the way it is. 8.

The vegan movement is a very white-male-dominated group.

Many people think veganism should be about people of color, or women, or LGBTQ people, or people of the trans community, or anyone who is not straight.

But we are a very diverse group of people.

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The term “vegans” has become synonymous with being white, cisgender, and cisgender straight.

People are scared of being called “vegetarians” because they are not traditionally seen as vegan, and they fear that they are somehow not vegan.

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There are many vegan food websites that are dominated by white, straight men.

This is why I am so happy to be part of a movement that is so diverse and so strong.

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There is a misconception that veganism does not include other animals.

Yes, it does.

Veggans are vegan because they eat animals, and animals eat us.

Vegors are vegan for many reasons.

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Vegan people are sometimes confused with people who have not been vegan for a while.

It’s like, “What do you mean you don’t have a history with vegans?”

Or, “I’ve never been vegan.”

But I would argue that it’s all about being vegan.

It really does take a lot to make the switch.

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Veging can be challenging for vegans.

When I was in college, I had no idea that I was vegan.

I was so excited about veganism, and I was thinking, “Oh, I could be vegan and I could do this!”

14.

The majority of vegan diets are paleo.

While it is possible to be veg-friendly on a paleo diet, it is hard to achieve this.

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The health benefits of a plant based diet can be overstated.

There are many plant based diets that do not contain all the nutrients that humans need to be healthy.

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Vegan communities are often small and scattered.

You are often not in a community of other vegans and often have to be on your own.

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People often question whether veganism truly is about being a vegan.

Many people may think that vegan activism is all about vegan food, and that vegan foods are the only thing that makes them happy.

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Vegemite is a common vegan condiment that is popular in vegan communities.

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Vegan diets are very complicated.

As a vegan, I often get asked, “Where are the veg recipes?” and the answer is, “Well, they’re not all vegan.”

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There may be misconceptions about the health benefits and health issues associated with eating a plant diet.

Some people may ask, “Why are you vegan?

What does it mean for your health?”

And I would say, “It means that I’m choosing not to eat animals.

It means that they don’t get to consume my food.”

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People think vegan diets can be dangerous.

Vegans don’t want to be afraid of anything.

If we could go back in time