Exactly.Originally Posted by ade903
I agree. I tried to go vegan overnight, and it didn't work. My first couple attempts resulted into me eating meat again. Then I realized that I have to take it slow. I decided going vegetarian for a while first would be better. And now I only cook vegan, but eating out I'll not be as strict. And eventually, I will be vegan. We are all different and different things work better for different people.
Yes, it'd be rather hard to take it in all at once.Originally Posted by kazyeeqen
I tried to go vegan overnight and I did.
OP, vegans go all the way. :wink:
When most people discuss becoming vegetarian vs. vegan when they are new to it they are usually discussing the diet aspect of it. Although veganism has more to it than just what you eat I don't want anyone misunderstanding that there is no benefit from the diet aspect. Especially since most people see vegetarians as lacto-ovo and do not realize there is a distinction.Originally Posted by Digger
Giving up dairy and eggs doesn't make you vegan though.
I eat no animal products of any kind right now (meat, dairy, eggs, honey and so on) but I am not vegan.
There is no health benefit to giving up leather, wool, etc.