by Velo Steve
Question by DrPepper: Did you know that is is impossible to be totally vegan?!?
The use of animal products and by-products is tremendously pervasive. For instance, animal fats are used in the production of steel, rubber, vinyl, and plastics. Hence, cars, buses, and even bicycles are not vegan items. Animal products are used in bricks, plaster, cement, and many home-finishing and insulation materials. They also can be found extensively in everyday products, including over-the-counter and prescription drugs, glue antifreeze, hydraulic brake fluid, perfume and cologne, videotape, photographic film, tennis rackets, musical instruments and innumberable other items.
So what are your thoughts now?
Some of your asnwers are so offensive. I don’t think I want to write in Vegan and Veggie anymore. Most of you are really cruel. I am a vegan, but I don’t want to be associated with your attitudes. Say something nice or don’t say anything at all, didn’t your parents teach you anything. I know you probably couldn’t care less that I won’t dare step in here again. But good ridence!
Answer by ephemera
yes, I know this. But you can still try to boycott as much as you possibly can. Thats better than doing nothing.
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