What do you think of vegans?

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Walt O'Reagun Profile
Walt O'Reagun answered

The same thing I think of any group/person:

As long as they don't try to foist their beliefs on me ... And aren't harming anyone ... I don't care what they do to themselves.

Janis Haskell Profile
Janis Haskell answered

They are just people making individual choices just as we all do.  As long as we don't condemn each other for not having identical opinions on nutrition, I respect those choices.

Ray  Dart Profile
Ray Dart answered

They chucked Ford Prefect and Arthur Dent out into the vacuum of space, so they are not the nicest of aliens, no, wait, that was Vogons. Are they different?

Don Barzini Profile
Don Barzini answered

They’re missing out.

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Mickey Po
Mickey Po commented
There is a vegan alternative to almost if everything nowadays. I’m completely satisfied. :) Thank you for answering!
Don Barzini
Don Barzini commented
My pleasure
I take no issue with what other people eat or don’t eat, that’s an individual matter.
You will, however, have a tough time identifying any comparable vegan alternative to a good ribeye steak or a crabcake.
Toni Pauze Profile
Toni Pauze answered

They don't bother me. They are just people.

Nealious James Profile
Nealious James answered

Hi there! They are pretty good people and other than their eating habit, they have nothing that’s too different from me. I actually appreciate the fact that they eat healthily and have kind thoughts for the environment, animals and our planet in general. I wouldn’t mind going vegan myself, it might just be quite hard to find food that matches such a lifestyle!

Joyce Hall Profile
Joyce Hall answered

They r thinner than me and have more will power than me.

Other than that I don't have a problem with them.

star gazing Profile
star gazing answered

I agree with their views.  Once i get a job and move away from my parents, I might switch to being vegan as well! Right now , we can't afford the extras (protein powder, variety of food) to maintain my athletics though. I heard that living as a normal person, it would be easier on the finances.  But overall, in my opinion, it's the right thing to do.

Perry Nuttal Profile
Perry Nuttal answered

I always imagine them to have more gas. I respect the fact that many have become vegan due to the animal cruelty in factory farming etc, which many people would not watch and so stay in the comfort of denial, I'm one. That said it does enter my thoughts now and again and I find it hard to eat meat during those times, I've also swapped to organic produce hoping these animals are not couped up and ill treated.

Deepak Rock Profile
Deepak Rock answered

As a vegan, it depends on the vegan. I prefer to stop generalizing and base people one by one rather than grouping them all together.
it’s a rather silly question really, ask yourself:

  • What do you think of people with blue eyes?
  • What do you think of people who drive BMWs?
  • What do you think of people who have short/long hair?
  • What do you think of people with different colored skin to you?
  • What do you think of people who have a different religion to you?

Do you lump those all in one group? Or do you judge them individually?

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Mickey Po
Mickey Po commented
Woah, I disagree. I don’t think vegans are that broad. It’s a unity in people being vegan for the purpose of being vegan. Those other things you listed aren’t something everybody does by choice. There aren’t really strong stereotypes for those types of things.
Taila Nevado Profile
Taila Nevado answered

I think that they eat healthier than me. It takes great
courage to become a vegan after tasting delicious meat dishes. I was vegan for
4 years, but after that I could not stop myself from eating chicken. However,
it is their personal choice and they have the right to choose which food they
want to consume or which one to avoid.

Kevin Bradley Profile
Kevin Bradley answered

The vegans I know all seem like very good people. There are excellent reasons to be a vegetarian, they tend to live longer, have less trouble with cholesterol and heart disease, less cancer, etc. Etc. OTOH, it might not be not eating meat that does this, it might be that vegetarians just pay more attention to their health.

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