When you first come out of the ‘vegan closet’ you get a lot of interesting questions like, “Oh.. you’re a vegan? So you eat like…grass..?” No. Shocker alert! Vegans don’t eat grass.  Wikipedia defines veganism as the ‘practice of abstaining from the use of animal products, particularly in diet, and an associated philosophy that rejects the commodity status of animals’. Veganism is very interpersonal. Being vegan isn’t something you can decide in a day. Before you become vegan, there are multiple things you need to know and consider.   The first thing you need to do before you make the decision is, do your research! Look up the pros and cons and make sure you’re sure you want to alter your lifestyle. The next thing is to be prepared; people are really curious and intrigued so be prepared to answer tons of questions! Being a vegan is hard sometimes, you need to be open to options and be able to adjust. Most places when you eat out don’t have vegan options. Check out the menu before going or else you’ll get stuck eating salad. A really tricky thing about being vegan is knowing how to read labels. A few examples...

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