First of all, thanks for all the answers I got to the other questions I posted, 'difficulties of being vegan.' I really got a lot to think about, and a lot of insight for the website (yes, in case anyone remembers/cares I am STILL building the vegan website -- I even got a name -- leguminary (legume + luminary, get it??). I bought the domain, so it's too late to blast the name, mm'kay?)
I wanted ask another question, which kind of arose from reading the answers to the previous. It has a certain similarity, but, in my opinion, very different:
What, in you opinion, keeps people from becoming veg*n? After all, veg*nism has unequivocally won the debate in the big 3 issues -- health, environment, ethics. So why aren't people lining up? I find it difficult to believe that people just DON'T CARE about these things (many don't, sure, but it can't be THAT many, can it?).
I have some of my own half-baked thoughts on this, but wanted to know what everyone else thought -- what keeps people from being veg*n?