Yeah, that always pisses me off. Most canned vegetable soups, split pea soups, etc. are not vegan. Even if they're vegetarian they're usually not vegan. The only canned soup I eat is cambell's tomato (but they have 2 kinds and one isn't vegan).Originally Posted by silva
I still can't get over that most people use beef or chicken broth in veg and bean soups. I've grown up on those soups, and my grandmother never used meat stocks-and she wasn't vegetarian, they just didn't need meat broth. I know, I'm in the minority, but that really shocked me. Even tomato!
I have no idea what exactly beef collagen is or why it's an ingredient in a beverage and I don't want to know.Originally Posted by m00ch
Beef collagen in beernot a massive drinker but when I found that out at the start of my vegan journey I was shocked and it made me realise animal products are in just about everything...
I now have the same mindset as Nishani above me. Everything is guilty until proven innocent.
Not all, but a lot. Most Aussie beers do for example. It's not just beef you need to worry about either, the swim bladders of fish are often used as isinglass, to filter the booze and to line casks.
Seriously????Originally Posted by m00ch
Not all, but a lot. Most Aussie beers do for example. It's not just beef you need to worry about either, the swim bladders of fish are often used as isinglass, to filter the booze and to line casks.Lots of other booze isn't vegan for this reason, some wines, spirits etc...