The vegan ethic bears as one of its principles the fact that animals (some more or less than others) can feel things too, be emotional and have feelings.

Those who claim the contrary have probably never lived with an animal (and we are not just narrowing it down to cats and dogs but others too even though less often found living and sharing their lives with us.)

A calf who is killed right after being born so that milk can be stolen from his mother has the same ability to suffer, to feel excited, sad that our cats and dogs would have. They can be curious, friendly, distrustful, joyful or sad just like we feel these things.

Unfortunately, since birth, we are taught (either directly or indirectly by the examples that society provides us with) that all that animals can be are sellable goods or ingredients for the food industry. All of this is not just stupid, but above all cruel and without logic.

So that exploitation and violence can continue, what happens behind the scenes is often hidden from the public. If every one of us knew what feeding yourrself with animals entails, the number of vegans around would be likely to increase in a very short period of time.

Being vegan is not just about diet, even though there are no strict rules that us vegan abide by, opting for a non-violent approach includes inevitably refusing to cause suffering and the exploitation of both animals and humans. Therefore looking for products whose making did not involve exploiting animals nor humans is a vital part of the vegan way of living.

We are talking about opting for fair trade products and choosing not to exploit animals for dietary purposes (milk and its by-products, eggs, honey, etc.) nor for other reasons e.g. clothing (leather, wool, silk, etc.) or other aspects of our every day life (for example old camera films were made with animal gelatines.)

It may appear difficult to become vegan at first, but many of us who lead perfectly normal lives and are well integrated in our society can be witnesses of how the vegan choice is feasible, easy and enjoyable. is a small but concrete way of helping those who want to take their first step towards being more ethically conscious and do it in their own kitchen..

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  2. Camille 28 October 2016 at 14:42

    Dear Veganwiz, I’ve just discovered your blog and I totally agree with all your articles.I’m a beginner in veganism and what is the most difficult is to deal with family who tries to make you change your mind because you will lack proteins blah blah blah…

  3. lucaceltics 7 November 2016 at 14:43

    dear C, change habits ingrained over time is always difficult, with love and perseverance and the knowledge you get it all, do not impose your choices to others by force but go ahead on your way with perseverance and determination, the internet is a mine of information about each macro and micro nutrient the vegan diet is often seen as lacking in mostly protein to lack of information, we have tons of protein even at the times you are likely to assume too much without knowing it! The main sources? spinach tofu tempeh dried apricots soy milk hemp almonds chickpeas quinoa lupins peanuts and all brassicas ….. in all their forms and derivation

  4. lucaceltics 9 November 2016 at 14:44

    camilla, the hardest thing is to clash with the habits in general, the food even more. The important thing is not to impose their own ideas, but respect others’ opinions on the understanding that if you are convinced of their own choice is right to go their own way, with love and constancy you get everything. Of protein sources then the vegan world is full, all legumes and derivatives, chia seeds, hemp, soy and its derivatives, algae, Brassicacea are just some small examples of scientific studies in which it is explained that a eating vegan is not only sustainable but is also recommended now is full of the web, with a little research you can explain to your family all these things, and slowly you will see that they will understand ….

    bless and love!

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