AFAIK, it's a crap shoot whether the sugar you buy was rendered with bone char and so it's up to you whether or not you want to chance it.Originally Posted by Alli
I know it goes through bone char so some consider it non-vegan. What do you guys think? And what do you use to replace sugar if you do consider it non-vegan?
What I think I know, about baking soda, is that it is recommended that you get an Aluminum Free Brand. The story the way I hear it is, that like any thing to much aluminum can lead to Alzheimers and other maladies.Originally Posted by Alli
Another quick question... Is baking soda vegan? I noticed there is calcium phosphate in it. Sorry for so many questions, but you can't be too careful.
Originally Posted by Tesseract
Yeah, but I don't think there's any way to tell if the sugar in a given bag is beet sugar or cane sugar... that is, unless it's labeled "cane sugar." Is there?
Because there are no animal products in the sugar, and because there is no added animal suffering involved in the manufacturing of bone char or sugar.