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November 26, 2012

The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain.....

One of many campaign posters from Evolve Campaigns


The following question was posed on Facebook: The biggest misconception that non-vegans maintain is that (fill in the blank) __________________________________.


Jenn V Keller-Lowe - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that we are "extreme" because we don't eat animals or their by products.

Romina Alvarez - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that they will crave the animal products way too much to be able to stay vegan.

Butterflies Katz - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that other species of animals are inferior to humans and put here for human use.

Randy Sandberg - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that veganism is a diet.

Valerie St Denis - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that they can eat " humane" meat.

Ricardo Hernandez - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that animals must be killed "humanely" and veganism is a "belief" or "opinion".

Helen Williamson - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that they can call themselves animal lovers.

Kathy Bender - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that eating animals is a "personal choice".

Renata Halpin - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that God put animals here for humans to breed kill and eat.

Shena Steer - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that we've always eaten animals so it must be right.

David Knight - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that cows have to be milked and we need to drink the milk.

MarisaCraig Lewin - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that dairy milk is a natural product therefore incredibly healthy for you.

Jackie Friel - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that veganism is just a diet, and an inconvenient one at that.

Kammy Marie - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that all vegans are hippies.

Tam Gretel Cookiebox - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that one person can't make a difference to the lives of others.

Ian Fairless - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that dairy products are good for your teeth & bones!

Grace Lorraine - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that being vegan is a meaninglessly difficult diet. (Whereas my experience is that being vegan is a meaningful, positively! challenging lifestyle.)

Jyoti Chawla - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that vegans and their diets are boring!

Leonie Harrod - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that we are meant to eat meat and dairy for our strength and bones..

Emily Elizabeth Sanders - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that being vegan is "hard".

Sandra Lee Childs - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that vegan food doesn't taste good. I've always liked to cook and always considered myself a good cook but since my husband and I beccame vegan our meals are FAR tastier, more beautiful and healthier. I use herbs and spices that I'd never even tasted before and we enjoy recipes from all over the world.

Dave Bernazani - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that protein only comes from animals.

Tonya Aria Jewell - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that we vegans don't get enough protein.

Kym Staton - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that you cannot be healthy on a vegan diet.

Lee Le - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that vegans don't get enough nutrition.

Elizabeth Aradia VeganWolf - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that we were designed to eat meat.

Chiko Velvet - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that we will die if we don't eat meat and we don't get enough protein.

Jason Dunn - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that veganism is a "lifestyle," such as snowboarding or knitting, and choosing or not choosing to spare animals' lives is as trivial a decision as the color of T-shirt one wears that day.

Gill Cook - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that.that we are all thin and weedy! Well I can blow that one out of the water.

Sherri Werner - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that animals are not sentient beings. And that they are here for food.

Jo Webb - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that animals are for the use of humans and its ok to use and abuse them - AND - vegans are sick, unhealthy and will not survive long.

Jilly Thefirst - The biggest misconception nonvegans maintain is that humans are supposed to use animals.

Ellen Kessler - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that it's too hard to give up cheese.

Michaela An┼Źnumos - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that being vegan is difficult and expensive!

Dawn Hanna - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that they have eyes in the front of their head, therefore they are carnivores. That was mine until I opened my eyes.

Kelly M. Sullivan - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that humans have larger brains and therefore can create weapons and methods to kill and eat other species, so this means we are supposed to. INSANE!

Haley Tree - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that non human animals life purpose is to serve humans

Sarah C Panullo - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that god put animals here for them to eat, and that they need it to live. I don't understand why they think they need it..have they never heard of a vegan?

Anna Scanlon-Grules - The biggest misconception that nonvegans maintain is that animals in Australia are killed humanely.

2 comments:

Nicole said...

The biggest misconception that nonvegans have is that being Vegan is unatural and that we need animal flesh to survive.

Unknown said...

The biggest misconception that nonvegans have is that it is not really that important to human health or to the planet to be vegan.