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#1 Old 11-09-2015, 10:05 AM
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The Ethics of Wine

Whether you’re mingling at a party or settling in for a night of watching television, wine is the beverage of choice for many. Although the ingredients seem simple – grapes, yeast and a small amount of sulphites – wine isn’t always as straightforward as it seems and vegans and vegetarians need to think twice before downing a glass of vino.
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Brandy is considered historically a version of wine, though it's much stronger like a liqueur, and I was happy to find that Christian Brothers is vegan friendly, because I like making Old Fashioneds...just switch sugar syrup to agave syrup and mmm.

I don't think bitters are made with animal products, but I am still trying to learn all of this, in my transition to vegan from vegetarian. I may never be 100% strict vegan, but I do think it's important to buy vegan friendly anything when possible. I had no idea wine wasn't really vegetarian for years, unless it was prepared differently.
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