Which is an easier transition to veganism: eliminating one animal product at a time out of your diet or going vegan a couple days a week then gradually increasing the number of days? – Totally Vegan Buzz
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Which is an easier transition to veganism: eliminating one animal product at a time out of your diet or going vegan a couple days a week then gradually increasing the number of days?

AvatarNotYourBurger asked 1 year ago
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AvatarBehnam_wfb answered 1 year ago

I recommend not to eliminate anything at first step.

First search and study for new (vegan) source of protein

then increase the diversity of your daily food by adding new sources

*after that eliminate maet

  • and at final step, eliminate other animal products( egg and dairy)
AvatarErikabradley answered 1 year ago

Personally, I started by eliminating items one at a time. First I gave up meat, then fish, then I dedicated myself to a month of strict veganism to see if there were any challenges. I used that month to research veganism, and have had the easiest time being vegan since ( six months).

AvatarNightowl42 answered 12 months ago

I am a vegetarian and I don’t really eat much dairy. Personally I think it is easier to keep eliminating different categories out of your diet. First meat, then eggs and dairy, then any other foods you are eating that aren’t vegan. I hope this helped! ☺️

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