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Here are some friends with simlar question as we.And I have this question for many days,anyone help us?
Kitty said: Yes.I'm turning vegan, can you help?-I try seach this on internet but no results found.Maybe this is a stupid question.
Mike said: oh,no,you are wrong.I have found as below for this question(I'm turning vegan, can you help?),it will help you,my kids.

i%26#039;m 13 and i%26#039;ve been a vegitaraian for like 1 year, but i still eat seafood( because i liv in the bahamas) but i only eat free range fish HERE. okay i know veagans don%26#039;t eat anything with a face, or any things made by animals i.e honey, milk, cheese, ect. but can i still consume the fowling items whiel being a vegan. A%26amp;W rootbeer, sugar, wonderbread,and that%26#039;s it.
also ,if you are, can you tell me why you are a vegitarian or vegan please.
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first of all good for u for turning vegan!!

second of all, yes u can eat wonderbread, sugar.. rootbeer im not sure...check the ingredients first... if it has something that u think might be an animal ingredient then check out PETA%26#039;s list of hidden animal ingredients...its a list consisting of words some companies use to make u think that something doesnt have animal ingredients in it..
but know that if ur a vegan, you cant eat seafood anymore :)
but honestly its worth it... ever since i turned vegan i cant imagine myself ever going back to eating meat..

i became a vegan because i just realized that we have no right to take away millions of lives for our pleasure, we have no right to pollute the environment with all this animal production...and we have no right to destroy the body god gave us with meat rotting inside it... i feel so good now, i think better, i feel healthier, and everytime i have a meal i feel good that no animal had to suffer for me to eat this meal...
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First of, if you eat fish, your not a vegetarian, you would be considered a pescetarian.

There are different levels of veganism, Some stick to just not eating any animal-produced product. Then there are the strict vegans who wont wear clothes that come from animals, use animal tested products, etc. So, I%26#039;d suggest starting out with going vegitarian, and then working your way up to veganism to whatever level you please.

As for the soda, sugar, and bread..simply read the ingreadiants. Usually it will say in the alergy warnings if it contains gluten or milk, but I would read the ingreadiants to be 100% positive.

Hope it works out for you!
answer from chineseop.com cooking QA
You can%26#039;t consume fish and be vegan (or vegetarian actually)
Bread rarely has animal products
Beer is usually vegan, except sometimes their are crazy animal things added, but it is normally vegan
In some places white sugar has bone char added, but that appears to be either gone, or going. In australia, they ended the bone char process in the 50%26#039;s (apparently).

I went vegan for ethical reasons. Their is so much cruelty involved in the meat, dairy and egg industries. Plus, eggs are just disgusting.
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bread doesn%26#039;t normally consist of milk... only dessert breads, and there are a couple egg breads to steer clear of. However, if you just take a moment to read the ingredients labels...you%26#039;ll find out all you need to know!
P.S. Sugar isn%26#039;t normally vegan, you have to find a vegan variety (they use animal bone to grind most sugars)
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Vegetarians do not eat fish or seafood.

I don%26#039;t know what is in Wonderbread that is sold in the Bahamas, but it has quite a few things that I won%26#039;t eat. If you want to be vegan, you%26#039;ll have to read the ingredients before you buy things.
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1%26gt;%26gt; I became a vegetarian because it is a better nutritional diet.

2%26gt;%26gt; Vegetarians are healthier because the average vegetarian is lighter than the average meat eater in Britain.

3%26gt;%26gt; I became a vegetarian because I was told about what happens to meat in the gut. It stays there for ages and rots, getting infected with bacteria.

4%26gt;%26gt; I became a vegetarian because I care about what I put into my body. I dont want to put chemicals in there, nor anything dead. Plants are natural, so they cant be harmful.

5%26gt;%26gt; I became a vegetarian, because I want to live in a more natural way

6%26gt;%26gt; I became a vegetarian, because stock farming is not economically viable. We could feed the Third World if everyone became a vegetarian.

7%26gt;%26gt; I became a vegetarian because I dont want to finance death. I dont mind wearing a woollen jumper, because they dont kill the sheep to get the wool.

8%26gt;%26gt; I became a vegetarian because I think that farming animals is cruel. Farmers do not care about the welfare of their animals; If do, it would be too expensive to sell.


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