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What's the difference between a vegetarian and a vegan?

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asked Mar 16 by Adeoba Pro (16,180 points)
retagged 10 hours ago by Adeoba
The names sound alike. Are they the same thing?


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answered Mar 16 by Adeoba Pro (16,180 points)
A vegetarian and a vegan, though both non-meat eating persons, are different in that a vegetarian can eat animal products such as milk, cheese, butter, etc, while a vegan will not even touch meat products.
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