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Is it judgemental of me to not allow meat or dairy products in my home once I have a home of my own someday?

AvatarKdower7 asked 1 year ago
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AvatarAnonymous answered 1 year ago

100% for a vegan household. but if friends and family came over and wanted to put something non veg in the fridge i would be ok with it, just make sure they store it in a certain area of the fridge in a certain section. would not be judgmental of it but would raise the concern that you woud not want to deal with any of the mess from dishes or left overs or spills etc from it. also encourage them to try a meal or food prepped by you

AvatarVeg4life answered 1 year ago

I don’t think it’s judgemental. It’s your home so you should do what you feel

most comfortable with. I do find it tough when guests want diary milk and bring that to my house as I don’t really want it but I make them try vegan alternatives so that they see they are just as nice in tea

AvatarWebo Antonio answered 1 year ago

I think it’s like if I don’t want any racist propaganda in my house… But the fact is that not everybody is as woke towards speciesim as to racism… and thats why people might think you are being rude… I’m about to move to a new apartment just for myself… and I really think I’m gonna do exactly that…

Avatarjake.lx answered 1 year ago

My wife and I will only serve vegan food in our house and ask anyone to not bring anything non vegan into the house. Our house our rules. If we go to someone else’s we accept they will have meat and diary everywhere so it’s a fair thing to do. When joint shopping on camping we will not buy anything non vegan but we will pay the bill (reluctantly) when non vegans come out for a meal with us. It’s all a tightrope of not encouraging but not being mean. Good luck!

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