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 What foods can Vegans eat that is not plant based?

Answer Fungi- yeast, mushrooms, polypores, truffles, perhaps mould as well? Or that might be only for omnivores...Algae- seaweed, noriBacteria- Acidophilus etc in yoghurt
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