Is it Possible to be 100% Vegan?

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It all started with a Facebook comment, where a non-vegan proudly proclaimed, “It’s impossible to be 100% vegan.”

My first thought was, “whatever, I’m 100% vegan!” But then it got me thinking.

Am I? Is Matt? Are you?

I subscribe to this label, but what does it even mean?

In today’s episode Matt and I break down that question. We start with the definition of veganism, then explore how realistic it is to follow a 100% vegan lifestyle. And finally, is that even important?

Here’s just some of what we talk about in this episode:

  • What does “vegan” even mean?
  • Ordering at non-vegan restaurants
  • My leather wallet (and other non-vegan clothing)
  • Representing the movement

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  1. Kelly B says:

    Just wanted to comment on a past podcast where a magazine gave you a shout out but then said you sometimes talk about nothing… Seinfeld was a show about nothing!

  2. I just purchased the No Meat Athlete Cookbook and I did not see (maybe I missed it) the key to the lettering at the top of the recipe pages. What does XS and SF mean? I thought SF meant sugar free but I saw that in the recipe that sugar was not marked as optional.

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