Why I Choose Self Sustenance Over Veganism

Over the years at Fractal Enlightenment we have been questioned and still find stray comments on posts about not promoting veganism and being vegan. But taking your truth and enforcing your diet onto another is what gets me a tad bit annoyed and after much delay here is my reasoning as to why I’m not vegan.

I do understand that vegans don’t want to harm and want to bring about real change, but true change is not easy and its not really coming to a store near you in the form of soy chicken. Let’s take a look at the drawbacks and the solutions to the problems.

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