vegan vs vegetarian

vegan vegetarian


  • 1) A person who does not consume, use or eat any animal products; a supporter of veganism
  • 2) Someone from Vega, which is either a town in Norway, Sweden, or Texas, or (science fiction) the system of the star.
  • 3) A vegetarian who eats plant products only, especially one who uses no products derived from animals, as fur or leather.
  • 4) A vegetarian who does not eat any animal products, not even fish, eggs, or milk.
  • 5) a strict vegetarian; someone who eats no animal or dairy products at all
  • 6) Relating to vegans or veganism.
  • 7) Relating to Vega (the star).


  • 1) A person who does not eat animal flesh, or, in some cases, animal products.
  • 2) An animal that eats only plants; a herbivore.
  • 3) One who practices vegetarianism.
  • 4) One who holds that vegetables and fruits are the only proper food for man. Strict vegetarians eat no meat, eggs, or milk, and are sometimes referred tro as vegans.
  • 5) eater of fruits and grains and nuts; someone who eats no meat or fish or (often) any animal products
  • 6) One who maintains that vegetables and farinaceous substances constitute the only proper food for man.
  • 7) One who abstains from animal food, and lives exclusively on vegetables, together with, usually, eggs, milk, etc. Strict vegetarians eat vegetable and farinaceous food only, and will not eat butter, eggs, or even milk.
  • 8) of a person That does not eat meat.
  • 9) Of or relating to the type of diet eaten by vegetarians (in all senses).
  • 10) Of a product normally made with meat, having non-meat substitutes in place of meat.
  • 11) Consisting primarily or wholly of vegetables or plants.
  • 12) Of or relating to vegetarianism or vegetarians.
  • 13) Of or pertaining to vegetarianism.


  • 1) There was little escape from vegan food.
  • 2) What are your top tips for people looking to turn vegan?
  • 3) Go vegan for two days and eat dairy products and white meat the rest of the week.
  • 4) This is so tasty, it convinces me to become a vegan.
  • 5) The food is mainly vegan, with no additives or chemicals.
  • 6) I begin to see why going vegan might seem sane.
  • 7) Three years ago, I went from vegetarian to a vegan.
  • 8) I've also changed my lifestyle - studies have found a vegan diet can help arthritis sufferers.
  • 9) He attributes his tremendous verve to the combination of a vegan diet -'do you know how many animals one person eats in a lifetime?
  • 10) The menu changes weekly and usually includes a vegan option.
  • 11) The restaurants all focus on sustainability and vegan food.
  • 12) Is your manager or her husband vegetarian or vegan?
  • 13) Those on the half vegan diet appeared to slow the growth of their cancer.
  • 14) What are the pros and cons of turning vegan?
  • 15) What was it that made you decide to go vegan?
  • 16) One of them has become a vegan.
  • 17) The range of vegan food is good.
  • 18) The actress has ditched her vegan diet because she lost her curves.
  • 19) She also hardly considers the damaging impact of vegan junk foods such as sugary sweets and chips.
  • 20) Going vegan is the only way to stop that.
  • 21) That or we all turn vegan.
  • 22) For a vegan option, replace the yoghurt with a soy alternative.
  • 23) Up to 3 per cent are vegetarian or vegan.
  • 24) She also changed her diet to become a strict vegan, cutting down on fat and sugar.
  • 25) The prison kitchen also provides a vegan option for those who wish to avoid meat, eggs and dairy.
  • 26) I'm not vegan or vegetarian.
  • 27) Perhaps a change of diet has affected him: he turned vegan last year and looks a different shape than he did the last time he toured.
  • 28) Most people know how to pronounce the word vegan and define it, too.
  • 29) Danielle Konya, who launched vegan Treats in Bethlehem, Pa., in 1998, plasters her bakery and marketing material—she distributes to 100 restaurants in the Northeast, she says—with the term "vegan."
  • 30) The case of the prosecution and prosecutors is that the couple intentionally and deliberately starved their child to death and used the term vegan to escape prosecution.
  • 31) "He told me, don't get too hung up on the word 'vegan'," says Zabriskie.
  • 32) The word "vegan" or "vegetarian" on a package is not a synonym for healthy, Blatner says.
  • 33) His short-sleeved chef's whites reveal the word "vegan" tattooed on his right inner forearm.
  • 34) ‘Unlike ovo-lacto vegetarians, vegans have eliminated all animal products from their diets.’
  • 35) ‘Since cholesterol is found only in animal products such as meat, dairy products and eggs, vegans consume a cholesterol-free diet.’
  • 36) ‘Mothers who use soya-based formulas are in most cases strict vegetarians or vegans avoiding baby foods made with cow's milk.’
  • 37) ‘However, strict vegetarians and vegans are more at risk for low B12 than others.’
  • 38) ‘There is an undercurrent of anger among many vegans and animal activists and, regrettably, it has become one of the central characteristics by which outsiders define us as a group.’
  • 39) ‘‘There's absolutely no question that it's unethical for parents to bring up their children as strict vegans,’ she said.’
  • 40) ‘All are vegetarians, many are vegans and some, including Ella, are fruitarians, living off a diet of nothing but fruit.’
  • 41) ‘The regime is so precise that half the dishes can be consumed by strict vegans.’
  • 42) ‘Dietary-related vitamin B12 deficiency is rare, but strict vegans may be at risk because their diet excludes the foods that provide this vitamin.’
  • 43) ‘It prides itself on not using genetically-modified food and uses organic products where possible, while also catering for vegans and those on wheat-free diets.’
  • 44) ‘Strict vegans should look for fortified foods, and take a vegetarian B12 supplement.’
  • 45) ‘This recipe is ideal for lactose-intolerant people, vegetarians and vegans.’
  • 46) ‘Even vegetarians and vegans are not safe from the food scare epidemic.’
  • 47) ‘Even vegans, who eat no animal fat at all, make enough cholesterol to meet all their body's needs.’
  • 48) ‘Marmite-lovers, particularly vegetarians and vegans, benefit from its high vitamin B content, vitamins that are mainly found in foods of animal origin.’
  • 49) ‘There is a spa menu with wheat-free, dairy-free and vegan options.’
  • 50) ‘I have no doubt that if everyone was vegan the world would be a healthier, happier and better place.’
  • 51) ‘Nuts play a vital role in vegan cooking, and they're used frequently here.’
  • 52) ‘For pregnant or nursing vegan mothers, it's important to eat these foods as well as take a reputable brand of vitamin supplement.’
  • 53) ‘Many recipes use animal products, but almost all include vegetarian and vegan versions.’


  • 1) Experts said we can save the planet if we all go vegetarian.
  • 2) This time his weight has stayed stable, helped by an unlikely spell on a vegetarian diet.
  • 3) When you're asked to try a new vegetarian food, the chef could be your one true love.
  • 4) The menu is extensive and has all the usual suspects ranging from pasta, vegetarian options, fish and chips and steaks.
  • 5) Three years ago, I went from vegetarian to a vegan.
  • 6) They use vegetarian cheese and no eggs at all in the cooking.
  • 7) The choices are either vegetarian or meat.
  • 8) You meet where vegetarian food is served.
  • 9) The most curious discovery is that gladiators were fed a strict vegetarian diet.
  • 10) Is your manager or her husband vegetarian or vegan?
  • 11) But does tackling the environmental impact of meat and dairy mean we have to go vegetarian?
  • 12) The second idea is just to become a vegetarian.
  • 13) Some of the cheese is not vegetarian.
  • 14) She points to the trend away from red meat towards a vegetarian diet.
  • 15) The evidence in favour of the health benefits of a vegetarian diet is mounting.
  • 16) This is the one nutrient that strict vegetarians who eschew all animal foods must get from either fortified foods or supplements.
  • 17) There will also be poached chicken, fish and a vegetarian option.
  • 18) It's not surprising the voters are turning into vegetarians.
  • 19) While her friends bought treats from the tuck shop, she had a strict vegetarian diet.
  • 20) The main courses were split between meat, fish and vegetarian.
  • 21) Up to 3 per cent are vegetarian or vegan.
  • 22) QI have been vegetarian for eight years.
  • 23) But there's much more than seafood, including an extensive vegetarian menu featuring feta and spinach parcels with rocket and vine tomato salad.
  • 24) Al Gore should add 'go vegetarian' to the global warming pledge yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Al Gore should add \'go vegetarian\' to the global warming pledge '; yahooBuzzArticleSummary =' Article: Meat is the number one cause of global warming.
  • 25) When talking about that which is served at his restaurant, the only use of the term vegetarian as a descriptor of Tony should be itself served with a generous portion of irony.
  • 26) However, the term vegetarian is misleading because there are many types of vegetarians.
  • 27) Some people will use the term vegetarian to mean that they avoid red meat, so they will eat fish and sometimes chicken.
  • 28) But he also has a hilarious description of what he calls vegetarian, teetotalers, saddle-wearers, bearded cranks; you know, these kind of off-the-wall Socialists that he used to see in Socialist summer camps or at Socialist magazines.
  • 29) Yes | No | Report from [email protected] wrote 1 year 6 days ago vegetarian is an old indian word that means hunts badly.
  • 30) For me, being vegetarian is easy, because I prefer vegetarian food (I could never stand the taste and texture of meat, even as a kid).
  • 31) Did I mention vegetarian is an old indian word that means bad hunter.
  • 32) ‘There are potentially as many reasons for becoming a vegetarian as there are vegetarians in the world.’
  • 33) ‘Remember that this recipe would be ideal for vegetarians if you used vegetable stock in place of chicken stock.’
  • 34) ‘Even vegetarians and vegans are not safe from the food scare epidemic.’
  • 35) ‘Many people who are not vegetarian do not even notice the lack of choice for vegetarians.’
  • 36) ‘Fears about mad cow and other meat diseases no doubt encourage many new vegetarians.’
  • 37) ‘They are vegetarians because they believe it is cruel to kill animals to eat them.’
  • 38) ‘There were interesting options for the vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike.’
  • 39) ‘The British Medical Association states vegetarians have lower rates of cancer, stroke and heart disease.’
  • 40) ‘However, vegetarians are exerting a growing global influence and simply cannot be ignored.’
  • 41) ‘They are taught to give up their meat-eating ways and to become vegetarians.’
  • 42) ‘Contrary to popular belief, I'm more than happy to cook for vegetarians.’
  • 43) ‘Food was available but for vegetarians such as myself it was chips or a cheese and onion pasty for £3.50.’
  • 44) ‘And vegetarians appear to be at no greater risk of iron deficiency than non-vegetarians.’
  • 45) ‘For vegetarians who feel that side dishes simply don't make the cut, there are other options.’
  • 46) ‘Gone are the days when vegetarians were limited to a choice of mushroom omelette or nut cutlet when they dined out.’
  • 47) ‘This would be a great place for vegetarians, as there was a vast amount of dishes offered without meat.’
  • 48) ‘Because vegetarians eat less protein, they need less calcium to provide the same ratio.’
  • 49) ‘The menu was extensive - there is something for everyone, including vegetarians.’
  • 50) ‘Most people assume that vegetarians are really healthy people, but I'm most definitely not.’
  • 51) ‘There is often concern that school-age vegetarians don't get enough protein.’
  • 52) ‘There aren't many vegetarian restaurants in this city, and not everyone can afford them.’
  • 53) ‘It's a 100 mile round trip but decent vegetarian restaurants are few and far between.’
  • 54) ‘In fact, I had completely forgotten that we were eating in a vegetarian restaurant.’
  • 55) ‘Often the vegetarian option in a restaurant is much cheaper than the equivalent meat option.’
  • 56) ‘There are lots of vegetarian recipe books available, and supermarkets sell a wide range of vegetarian meals.’
  • 57) ‘Joan had made a very tasty vegetarian dish with broccoli in a remarkable sauce and a crumble topping with roast almonds.’
  • 58) ‘Her books are a must buy for every housewife who enjoys simple South Indian vegetarian fare.’
  • 59) ‘Sales of vegetarian burgers have increased 139 percent in the past five years.’
  • 60) ‘Here are a few innovative and delicious vegetarian recipes to tickle the palate.’
  • 61) ‘It's pretty easy to get vegetarian food there as you choose what you want to put in your bowl yourself and then they cook it for you.’
  • 62) ‘Since Chinese vegetarian food does not use too much oil or spices, it is light on the stomach.’
  • 63) ‘These studies show that a low-fat, vegetarian diet has a clear advantage over other diets.’
  • 64) ‘There are always one or two vegetarian selections among the five or so dishes on the list.’
  • 65) ‘There is a good choice of soups, salads, side dishes and fine vegetarian dishes.’
  • 66) ‘Her philosophy revolves around the preparation of organic vegetarian food.’
  • 67) ‘I have never met a chef who enjoys cooking vegetarian food, it confuses them.’
  • 68) ‘But if there is to be vegetarian food on the table it must be just as special as that for the carnivores.’
  • 69) ‘They caught on that we were mostly vegetarians so they ordered us lots of yummy vegetarian dishes.’
  • 70) ‘The food is organic vegetarian Mediterranean and Asian, made using local produce.’
  • 71) ‘The menu had a whole page of vegetarian recipes, another of fish dishes, and finally one of meat.’

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