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A vegan restaurant in Brighton, East Sussex


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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 30 July 2022

Posted as part of Six Word Saturday

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  1. What I don’t get is using animal names in vegan food products. If you object to animals for food, then why not call vegan products what they are.
    My main peeve is using the word milk for other products that aren’t a liquid produced from a mammary gland. It is juice if it comes from plants.

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  2. I find it odd that pseudo-meat is considered odd. If your reason for being vegetarian / vegan is that you do not want to hurt animals for your diet but you really like the taste – I’ll say: go for it. What I find even odder is the venom with which meat eaters react to vegetarians and vegans. I’ve just read a discussion (on facebook) about the first completely vegetarian Burger King restaurant in Germany. If you don’t like it, don’t go. Simples.

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