An entire aisle of bread, and not a single thing I can eat. Why, why oh why, do they feel the need to put whey in bread? And mono and di-glycerides? And honey? WHY?!?
And yes, I know there are tons of vegan breads out there. They're just waaay more expensive than what I used to buy(I could get a loaf of bread for a dollar, and vegan bread is three), and I can only get them at the health food store, which I'm almost never able to go to.
It's like the whole boughten food industry is out to piss vegans off.
And now for the actual point of this thread: am I a horrible person for not always checking the sources of things that can be animal or plant derived? I feel so awkward going places with family. It's like, I can feel them all sending hate rays because I have such picky dietary needs. And I justify them to myself, I know what I'm doing is right and I know that I couldn't ever go back to my state of ignorant bliss where I ate anything, but it's just so freaking awkward. I don't mind checking for milk and eggs and meat. That's not that bad. But there's a million little things that get snuck into food without my permission. And it's even worse with family dinners, because I'm always afraid my grandma will put something in(accidentally, of course) that's not vegan and tell me it's okay to eat. This is really just a rant against the way of the world, but why does the world have to be so dependent on animals? Why do they have to put all these little things in otherwise safe products?