I’m a vegan living in a non-vegan household. Is it okay to eat foods (for exaple vegetables) that have been cooked in the same pan as meat, fish etc.? – Totally Vegan Buzz
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I’m a vegan living in a non-vegan household. Is it okay to eat foods (for exaple vegetables) that have been cooked in the same pan as meat, fish etc.?

AvatarMara asked 1 year ago
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Avatarsaloo_moreira answered 1 year ago

I’m vegan and I won’t eat vegetables or anything that has been cooked like that. It’s like if you eat a broccoli that has been cooked in flesh, for me personaly is the same as eating meat or fish, it has the juice, the hormones and all the bad stuff.

Avatarmarc6vegan answered 1 year ago

As long as you can tolerate the odours of the nonvegan foods, and it doesnt put you off veganism, it’s okay and saves on expenses. However, save your money and maximise your chances of working to gain independence in the future. If you get to own your own place, you wont have to worry about this sort of thing any more.

AvatarMelanie answered 1 year ago

You do what you got to do that doesn’t make you a bad person at all you’re doing more than most people ❤️

AvatarNoeruma answered 1 year ago

I get where you’re coming from. When I was starting out, I was pretty disgusted by the thought of restaurants, coffee shops, etc sharing the same equipment with non vegan ingredients but in the end I realize my reason to be vegan was to stop animal suffering which equalled me to stop buying animal products which doesn’t have much relevance to the appliances it was made on. Same applies for home. So unless you were to have some sort of allergy or really can’t stand the thought of using the same appliances, it shouldn’t make you any less vegan. Just wash the pan or buy a new pan for only your use. Idk I think the reason why you went vegan has a lot to do with it. Everyone has their own beliefs, this is mine.

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