Vegan vs Vegetarian
How is Vegan food different from Vegetarain?
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vegetarians and vegans choose not to eat meat and fish. However, veganism is a stricter form of vegetarianism that prohibits the consumption or use of any products that come from animals, including dairy, eggs etc.
The main Difference
Vegans eat no animal products, while vegetarians don’t eat animals, but they consume products that come from them (such as dairy and eggs). All vegans tend to follow the same set of clear-cut guidelines – eat nothing that came from an animal.
What is a Vegan Diet?
Vegan diets, on the other hand, are exclusively plant-based. In other words, vegan diets exclude all meat, poultry, fish, dairy, eggs, and any other animal-derived products
Vegans are also categorised into different types –
- Ethical Vegans: They are the most common who put their ethics forward instead of their stomach and inherit their love and care for animals and environment.
- Plant Based Vegans: They go on to live on plants-based foods, which grow from the ground only.
- Raw Vegan: They do not eat any animal by-product and anything that is cooked above the temperature of 115-degree Fahrenheit as they believe that such food will lose its nutrients
All vegans are vegetarians, but not all vegetarians are vegans. A vegan saves more than 100 animals per year. So, time to calculate how many animals you’ve saved so far on your vegan journey! If this article is making you question your current lifestyle. Question it Now!
What is a Vegetarian Diet?
There are four main types of vegetarians:
- Lacto Ovo Vegetarian: It refers to a diet that excludes meat or flesh but may include eggs and milk (dairy products).
- Ovo Vegetarian: Those who consume only eggs as a single dairy product
- Demi Vegetarian: They consumes fish, eggs, other dairy products but not meat.
- Semi Vegetarian: Another bunch of vegetarians who sometimes voluntary control their meat intake.