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/veganism/ - Go Vegan

What is the difference between animals and humans that justifies killing one for food when we can just eat plants, but not the other?
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>I wont go Vegan because its hard and all the food I like is non-Vegan!

I keep seeing Meatcucks say this. I think the biggest problem people have with going Vegan is that they really do feel like they're sacrificing a lot. Which isn't true at all. In fact most things meat eaters like is already Vegan and they don't even know it

ITT: post good vegan food, bonus points if its something people normally don't even associate with Veganism

I'll start with something simple, motherfucking french fries. Bonus: Ketchup to dip the fries in


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battered and glazed shiitake mushrooms and rice with a sweet glaze. Actually most mushroom dishes in general. Oyster shrooms taste just like seafood


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I can't live without dairy, please have mercy on my sins.


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Yeah I can't live without dairy or eggs. I'm still technically vegetarian I guess



I console myself with the knowledge that I'm still vastly better than most people I guess.



If one thing is confirmed its that these retarded fad diets will give anyone a superiority complex.



>let’s post good vegan food

>posts an actual plate of vomit with no nutritional value



>movement with thousands of years of legacy

>fad diet

lol I bet you believe in Keto (aka alt-right Atkins)



Fads come and go.



>veganism is thousands of years old

This is next level vegophile delusion



The Ancient Greek philosopher Pythagoras is best known today for his mathematical theorem, which haunts the dreams of many geometry students, but for centuries he was also celebrated as the father of vegetarianism. A meatless diet was referred to as a “Pythagorean diet” for years, up until the modern vegetarian movement began in the mid-1800s.

While Pythagoras was an early proponent of a meatless diet, humans have been vegetarians since well before recorded history. Most anthropologists agree that early humans would have eaten a predominantly plant-based diet; after all, plants can’t run away. Additionally, our digestive systems resemble those of herbivores closer than carnivorous animals. Prehistoric man ate meat, of course, but plants formed the basis of his diet.

Pythagoras and his many followers practiced vegetarianism for several reasons, mainly due to religious and ethical objections. Pythagoras believed all living beings had souls. Animals were no exception, so meat and fish were banished from his table. Strangely enough, he also banished a vegetable that has a place of honor on most vegetarian menus today, the humble bean. His followers were forbidden to eat or even touch beans, because he thought beans and humans were created from the same material. Fava beans were especially bad, as they have hollow stems that could allow the souls of the dead to travel up from the soil into the growing beans.

While the edict against beans was lifted not long after Pythagoras’ death, his followers continued to eat a meatless diet. His principles influenced generations of academics and religious thinkers, and it was a group of these like-minded individuals who founded the Vegetarian Society in England in the mid-1800s. The virtues of temperance, abstinence and self-control were all tied to vegetarian ideals, while lust, drunkenness and general hooliganism all resulted from a diet too rich in meat products. Notable early vegetarians included Leo Tolstoy, George Bernard Shaw, Mahatma Gandhi and American Bronson Alcott, a Transcendentalist teacher, reformer and the father of “Little Women” author Louisa May Alcott.


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You do realize meat was considered a rarity and a very reserved part of our diet in the years before we domesticated livestock right?


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Just had the asian fried rice one, these are good and extremely quick to make.



wtf where do you live? can't find this shit online either



Middle of the USA, it's at a local Hy-Vee but I also see them at Walmart. https://www.gardein.com/



This is news to me. So what did scandinavians eat 10,000 years ago in the middle of winter?

And what domesticated food-animals did the native americans have? What was the animal to plant ratio of their diet?



Also can you give any examples of indigenous groups that live outside of civilization and subsist primarily on plant foods?


Imagine taking up a diet that's so natural, nobody anywhere survives on it outside of city dwelling soy drinking faggots.




I don't understand. You are literally cucking yourself.



That is why plants release toxins. Edible plants are also very scarce and small in nature.


Just imagining eating fries without meat is pretty sad. I don't even like fries much but I eat them since they are filler included with the typically small burger, and I typically eat them after my meat.



Mushrooms taste like dirt. You want meat, that's why your pic kind of looks like meat.

Just a sad meal honestly.


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>Jenna Dewan Reviews Vegan Fast Food | Food Fight



Little did he know, that plants were just as alive as animals.



Completely unhealthy french fries is all you can suggest as good food? You don't make much of a case for yourself.



That depends HIGHLY on where any given population of humans lived.

That wouldn't have been true for people living in the arctic circle, for example.





Choose 2 and only 2.



Good 'ole oatmeal.


Beer counts as food right? (although some breweries like Guiness apparently use some fish byproduct to control foaming or something)


True about mushrooms but..

>Oyster shrooms taste just like seafood

You've never had actual seafood, have you?



Dairy is OK, but eggs are definitely not vegetarian.


Give this man some hemlock extract!


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All vegan. The key is in learning to cook, thankfully, plants seem to be easier/faster to cook usually


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