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Vegan Purity: The Problems and the Pitfalls

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In this follow-up episode to Plant-Based Options at Fast Food Restaurants: Not Suitable for Vegans? I continue our discussion about what makes something or someone vegan. It’s a lot simpler than you think! (HINT: You’ll know it when you see it.)

I answer such questions as

  • are plant-based foods “suitable for vegans” if they’re cooked on the same grills as meat?
  • is someone stlll vegan if they buy plant-based food in non-vegan restaurants? 
  • should vegans tell non-vegans if they don’t like a vegan food item?

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Hello, and welcome. I’m Colleen, aka The Joyful Vegan, and I’m here to give you the tools and resources you need to eat, cook, travel, and live compassionately and healthfully. 

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