Category Archives for "(Non)Vegan Foods"

Dairy is 32,000 X’s More Ethical Than Almond Milk

What is the Ethics of Dairy vs Almond Milk? I’ll lay out the facts and you can decide for yourself (if you are rational). We’ve already discussed how Mushrooms are Not Vegan, but the death toll from almonds outstrips that of mushrooms by an order of magnitude in the forced labor and ultimate death of […]

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Vegans insufficient protein. Vegans admit they don't get enough protein

Vegans Admit They Can’t Get Enough Protein

Vegans will ALWAYS claim that a vegan diet give you ‘plenty’ of protein, however, their actions belie their words because, by their own admission, vegan FOOD is insufficient to meet their protein needs. Let me explain. If someone is going to claim that their DIET is sufficient in a particular nutrient, by taking that nutrient […]

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Leghemoglobin: the Vegan Bloody Burger Conundrum

Leghemoglobin: The Vegan Bloody Burger Conundrum

The Impossible Burger has a big problem that vegans will need to be doing some explaining about. Their problem? An ingredient called Leghemoglobin, also called heme or heme iron. What’s the problem about heme? Well, it depends upon who you talk to (and whether you talked to them before or after Impossible burgers were created). […]

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Beef vs Beans: How Vegans Deceive

The infographic below, of a comparison between beef vs beans is a great example of how vegans are so desperate to deceive in order to get people to join their cult, they are willing to make completely ‘apples vs oranges’ comparisons that make no sense. In this case, instead of making the more fair comparison […]

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Mushrooms are not vegan, they are carnivores

Stir-Fry Genocide: Mushrooms Are Not Vegan

No, vegans and vegetarians, Mushrooms Are Not Vegan, as per the definition of veganism from the Vegan Society, as we discuss on the page The Carnivore Diet is More Vegan than a Vegan Diet. We’ll show you how one meal of wild mushrooms kills more animals than an entire year of being on the carnivore […]

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