• Please tell me what you have been eating since you have no white hairs? For me 2 years into this diet and i started growing white hairs .?

    Hi Im a vegetarian for 8 years now and im a male 32 years old and 2 years into my vegetarianism i started growing my first white hair and since then increasing till today and also same for my 2 years younger brother who with whom i started my vegetarianism and genetically our parents and uncles and aunts from both... show more
    Hi Im a vegetarian for 8 years now and im a male 32 years old and 2 years into my vegetarianism i started growing my first white hair and since then increasing till today and also same for my 2 years younger brother who with whom i started my vegetarianism and genetically our parents and uncles and aunts from both side of family are above average meaning my dad had his first grey hair in his late 40s so as my mom. so making it short, can you please tell me exactly what you have been eating and you dont have no white hairs? im really interested to know cause i tell you we have been eating a lot of soy burgers everyday and some soy milk and also beans, but mostly for the first 3 years just eating the soy burgers and i think thats what we have been damaged by, please tell me me your opinion. Thank you.
    19 answers · 1 week ago
  • Can I eat wild fruit and veg in the uk or anywhere in the world for that matter? Are they still healthy?

    Best answer: in general, wild fruit would be much healthier than anything you buy in the store which is full of chemicals. That assumes you know what is safe to eat in general.
    Best answer: in general, wild fruit would be much healthier than anything you buy in the store which is full of chemicals. That assumes you know what is safe to eat in general.
    16 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • My supervisor won’t accept my veganism - is she prejudiced?

    Best answer: Stop preaching to her - that's the worst part of veganism.
    Best answer: Stop preaching to her - that's the worst part of veganism.
    26 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Do most vegans eat food made or sold by companies that also produce or sell meat?

    i.e. do vegans avoid buying food from company X because company X also makes non-vegan food or do vegans not shop at the typical grocery store because that store
    i.e. do vegans avoid buying food from company X because company X also makes non-vegan food or do vegans not shop at the typical grocery store because that store
    19 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Will mustard greens with white rice and sweet plantains be considered a completely vegan meal?

    Best answer: That would depend on how you cook the rice and plantain.
    I always cook rice in vegetable stock .. so .. vegan
    but I fry plantain in butter .. vegetarian but not vegan
    you'd have to use oil for it to be vegan.
    Best answer: That would depend on how you cook the rice and plantain.
    I always cook rice in vegetable stock .. so .. vegan
    but I fry plantain in butter .. vegetarian but not vegan
    you'd have to use oil for it to be vegan.
    13 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is cruelty-free eating becoming popular?

    Best answer: Its a buzz word that has become popular and means very little. Kind of like "super food" (no such thing) or "eating clean" (who eats dirty food???) NO food, animal or plant, can be obtained that doesn't involve killing something at some point. Insects and small animals(and sometimes not so... show more
    Best answer: Its a buzz word that has become popular and means very little.
    Kind of like "super food" (no such thing) or "eating clean" (who eats dirty food???)
    NO food, animal or plant, can be obtained that doesn't involve killing something at some point.
    Insects and small animals(and sometimes not so small animals) are killed EVERY DAY just in plowing planting harvesting, storage of all produce. It cannot be avoided and sometimes done on purpose as in pesticides in fields and storage areas.
    To live, something must die.
    That is true of plants too. In order for a plant to live a healthy life, some animals and plants died to create the healthy soil for the plants to grow in.
    For animals to live, plants die, which lived due to animals and plants died...understand?
    14 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Being a vegan is bad?

    I almost fainted in class today because I’ve been eating only plants for the past three weeks and my stools are gross and fluffy. I think being a vegan is bad for your health. I followed a freelea diet and only ate 30 bananas a day, and now it’s driving me bananas! someone help me I want to go back to being a... show more
    I almost fainted in class today because I’ve been eating only plants for the past three weeks and my stools are gross and fluffy. I think being a vegan is bad for your health. I followed a freelea diet and only ate 30 bananas a day, and now it’s driving me bananas! someone help me I want to go back to being a carnivore because I’m put off by veganism. Beef 🥩 Burgers are delicious 🤤
    36 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Why is one cabbage from one store softer and i can bite into it easily but the other store's cabbage is much harde?

    Best answer: One is less ripe? Different kind of cabbage?
    Best answer: One is less ripe? Different kind of cabbage?
    10 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Are mushrooms vegan?

    Best answer: Yes, they're fungi. Harvesting them doesn't hurt animals or the animal house (ecosystem)
    Best answer: Yes, they're fungi. Harvesting them doesn't hurt animals or the animal house (ecosystem)
    28 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Vegetarians, would you eat synthetic meat? If vegetarians eat it, does that mean they're no longer vegetarians?

    Synthetic meat has been created in the lab. In the future, it will be readily available to the public. I've always wondered whether vegetarians who eat it would be still considered vegetarian or if they would be omnivores. Technically, synthetic meat is still meat but no animal would be killed for it. And most... show more
    Synthetic meat has been created in the lab. In the future, it will be readily available to the public. I've always wondered whether vegetarians who eat it would be still considered vegetarian or if they would be omnivores. Technically, synthetic meat is still meat but no animal would be killed for it. And most vegetarians I've come across are vegetarians because they oppose killing animals for food.
    12 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Cows, pigs, and chickens are killed everyday and turned into meat and eventually sh!t. How is this not wrong?

    They're killed for your taste buds and then they become feces. That is so disrespectful. I'm not trying to be disrespectful to meat eaters, but don't you feel bad for the animals? Or do you think their purpose in life is to provide you with five minutes of taste and then get pooped out and flushed down... show more
    They're killed for your taste buds and then they become feces. That is so disrespectful. I'm not trying to be disrespectful to meat eaters, but don't you feel bad for the animals? Or do you think their purpose in life is to provide you with five minutes of taste and then get pooped out and flushed down the toilet?
    35 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What are some whole grain foods?

    14 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Does anyone think that avacado is overrated and just discusting?

    Best answer: yes I think avacado is overrated, but i do like good guacamole
    Best answer: yes I think avacado is overrated, but i do like good guacamole
    26 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Should I use psyllian husk OR xanthan gum to thicken my double choc-fudge milkshake?

    Best answer: That isn't a milkshake.

    The first step to recovery is to stop lying to yourself.
    Best answer: That isn't a milkshake.

    The first step to recovery is to stop lying to yourself.
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Have you ever experienced Vegaphobia?

    Best answer: Fear of Vegans? Yeah.
    Best answer: Fear of Vegans? Yeah.
    9 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Any suggestions for going vegan on a tight budget?

    I know people just LOVE to say that it's cheaper to be vegetarian or vegan, but I'm still not sure how...a tin of cheap chili to have with rice for two meals is a hell of a lot cheaper than salad or some other vegetables prepared to taste good and be filling. I'd like to try being vegan, hard switch... show more
    I know people just LOVE to say that it's cheaper to be vegetarian or vegan, but I'm still not sure how...a tin of cheap chili to have with rice for two meals is a hell of a lot cheaper than salad or some other vegetables prepared to taste good and be filling. I'd like to try being vegan, hard switch for 30 days - it'd be a miracle if I last that long but I don't do well with slow transitions, has to be all or nothing and a month feels like a good time to see if I can keep it up.
    17 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Do Chinese/Japanese restaurants often use chicken/animal fat in their vegetable dishes?

    I've noticed over the years going to Asian restaurants that even the vegetable dishes often come in a thick/viscous sauce with an odd 'gelatine' like texture. Do any of you know what this is? Even if you order a plate of say bok choy in garlic sauce, the sauce has that weird thickness to it...
    I've noticed over the years going to Asian restaurants that even the vegetable dishes often come in a thick/viscous sauce with an odd 'gelatine' like texture. Do any of you know what this is? Even if you order a plate of say bok choy in garlic sauce, the sauce has that weird thickness to it...
    8 answers · 3 weeks ago