I thoroughly enjoyed this little quip from Take Part about veganism. In it an ex-vegan discusses not only what defines veganism, but also what defines ex-veganism (and if there really is such a thing).
“When is a vegan a vegan and a vegan no longer a vegan? If you define veganism as a diet free of animal products, then it would seem that the state of being a vegan would begin when you stop eating meat, dairy, eggs, honey, etc.—and end when any of those foods were consumed again.” It would seem that way, but is it really so? Click the link below to find out this ex-vegan’s conclusion:
‘YOU ARE ONLY A TRUE VEGAN WHEN YOU DIE’