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 What's the difference between a VEGAN and a VEGETARIAN?

Answer A "vegan" is basically a fanatical vegetarian who excludes any and every animal based product, such as eggs, cheese, leather, ect.
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What's the difference between a Vegetarian and a Vegan?

Vegetarian-- Does not eat animal flesh of ANY kind, which includes red meat, poultry, fish and other seafood. They also will not eat things that are derived from animal flesh, like lard, broths an... Read More »
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What's the difference between vegan and vegetarian?

Hi! Your question is very common.The difference between a vegan and a vegetarian is that a vegan eliminates all animal products from their diet, including dairy. Those following a vegan lifestyle d... Read More »
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What is the difference between being vegan and vegetarian?

Vegan - person who never eats animal products: somebody who does not eat animal products for moral, social, or religious motives. See also ovolactovegetarianVegetarian - somebody not eating meat or... Read More »
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What's the difference between vegetarian & vegan?

A vegetarian follows a diet which involves no meat but still includes dairy, eggs and other ingredients which may be produced from the farming of animals.Veganism on the other hand is a lifestyle c... Read More »
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