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Why I Am a Wildly Uncomfortable Vegan: What I Do, Why You Shouldn’t, and How I Stopped Eating Animal Products
I’m the kind of person who finds the notion of veganism hard to understand.
Sure, it’s a way of life, but to my eyes, it doesn’t really feel that way.
Veganism seems like a way to be happy and live life to the fullest.
Yet, when it comes to choosing to eat meat, it feels like a contradiction.
So how does one decide whether or not to eat animal products?
That’s where the question of the wild wild is.
How do we decide what is truly good for us?
If you’re interested in hearing more from the people who are eating animals, we suggest listening to this episode of The Bitter Truth.
It’s part of our ongoing series “Why I Am A Wildly Uncertain Vegan: what I do, why you shouldn’t and how I stopped eating animal products.”
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