xrodolfox wrote:I guess in my case it helps to never drink any alcohol in the first place. The chances of water not being vegan are quite small.
the crazyest vegan wrote:xrodolfox wrote:I guess in my case it helps to never drink any alcohol in the first place. The chances of water not being vegan are quite small.
You obviousely have not read this http://consumerist.com/2010/08/new-york ... hrimp.html
muchluv wrote:IS this obsessive? What do other people do?
Hiking Fox wrote:muchluv wrote:Anybody who wants to be 100% pure in their veganism and never come into contact with animal products, ever, should prepare all their own food, buy no processed products or eat out anywhere that isn't totally vegan, because cross-contamination is EVERYWHERE.
Mikhail Koklyaev wrote:Benedikt he is deadlift god , I'm only amateur
sergio wrote:And a personal thought, based on my personal experience: all the people I've met carrying this small things as a matter of life and death, have been the first ones to drop veganism or vegetarianism.
Goob wrote:. One that seems to pop up pretty regularly is the use of buttermilk bisquick baking mix.
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