Food for Thought: The Joys and Benefits of Living Vegan

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Some people mistakenly think being vegan is about trying to attain perfection, so they resist any considerations of this lifestyle lest they have to "give something up." Being vegan is about living compassionately, consciously, and expansively; it's not about deprivation or being certified 100% pure.

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This is a common comment that seems fair enough on the surface, but what if we dug a little deeper?

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