Veganism is a moral and political commitment which extends not only to matters of food, but to clothing, other products, and personal actions and choices. Vegans are people who abstain from eating animals and avoid using products that have animal-produced like milk, eggs, leather or honey or that contain animal-derived ingredients like gelatin. It also involves living a cruelty-free lifestyle: not purchasing products that have been tested on animals. In our modern world, a fully vegan life style is more of an ideal than a possibility since so many products contain ingredients that are animal derived, like car tires and plastic bags. Veganism isn’t about being perfect; it’s about not contributing to animal suffering as much as possible.
Veganism is the ultimate philosophy of compassion for all sentient beings. Veganism is a natural and logical result of the idea that animals have feelings that matter just as much as our own. People who embrace this philosophy avoid activities and using or consuming products that involve harming other animals.
Vegan-Friendly Restaurants in Wisconsin
Visit VegGuide.org to find vegan-friendly restaurants in other areas of Wisconsin.
AMERICA’S COW HELL
Do You Live In Wisconsin But Don’t Want To Display “America’s Dairyland” on Your License Plate?
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For health tips / how to stay healthy as a vegan, check out VeganHealth.org.