The Difference Between Vegan & Vegetarian

@sutan74 (1113)
November 14, 2006 12:09am CST
VEGETARIAN: Vegetarian is a blanket term used to describe a person who does not consume meat, poultry, fish, or seafood. This grouping includes vegans and the various sub- categories of vegetarian; however, it generally implies someone who has less dietary restrictions than a vegan. SEMI-VEGETARIAN: The term semi-vegetarian is usually used to describe someone who is not actually a vegetarian. Semi-vegetarian generally implies someone who only eats meat occasionally or doesn’t eat meat, but eats poultry and fish. VEGAN: Vegan is the strictest sub-category of vegetarians. Vegans do not consume any animal products or byproducts. Some even go as far as not consuming honey and yeast. Others do not wear any clothing made from animal products. Take some time to figure out what group you will belong to when you become a vegetarian. You will want to consider both dietary and ethical reasons for choosing this lifestyle.
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@sedel1027 (17854)
• United States
14 Nov 06
I was at one point a Vegan, but now I am a semi-vegetarian because I do eat meat occasionally.
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@msqtech (15226)
• United States
14 Nov 06
letters and I think that nutrition is harder for vegan I couldnt do it