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What’s the difference between vegan and plant based

AvatarJo_gains asked 4 years ago
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AvatarAli_vgang answered 4 years ago

Vegans avoid animal expolitation across their entire lifestyle, whereas a plant based person may not. A vegan is likely to ear the same diet as a plant based person, but will also avoid all other forms of animal exploitation – e.g. wearing leather, using products that have been tested on animals etc. Plant based is a ‘diet’ wheras veganism is a ‘lifestyle’.

AvatarMelanie answered 4 years ago

Plant based = mainly vegan but some things won’t be

Vegan = no dairy/meat or any animal products like honey etc but some slip ups are okay we all do it or if you really wanted eggs but from a cruelty free locally produced brand Etc ❤️

Do what you can you’re making a difference

AvatarFiona Revell answered 7 months ago

Veganism is an ethical and moral lifestyle whereas plant based isn’t necessarily so – vegans are vegan for the animals furst and foremost, personal benefits are very much a bi-product

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