Preguntas sobre ejemplos de oraciones con, y la definición y uso de "Vegan"

El significado de "Vegan" en varias frases y oraciones

Q: ¿Qué significa "we make a vegan mac & cheese"
In this sentence, "a vegan mac & cheese" is a word? Or does that mean "we make mac & cheese TO a vegan"??
A: It means they are making a vegan version of Mac & Chese.
Q: ¿Qué significa what does ' compulsory vegan food ' mean?
A: @alicepure0627 it’s kind of a weird sentence, but it means they had no other choice but to eat vegan food, so it was ‘compulsory’ vegan food.
Compulsory means you must do it.
I hope that helps!
Q: ¿Qué significa vegan food?
A: Vegan is food that is from vegetables
Q: ¿Qué significa vegan dish?
A: a dish made out of food that doesn't contain meat nor derives from living animals, such as eggs, milk and so on
Q: ¿Qué significa vegan?
A: It is someone that doesn't eat meat, or consume any products from animals. They don't eat eggs, drink milk, etc

Palabras similares a "Vegan" y sus diferencias

Q: ¿Cuál es la diferencia entre vegan y vegetarian ?
A: A vegan doesn’t eat anything that comes from animals. Example = Cheese and milk come from cows, so they can’t be eaten

A vegetarian doesn’t eat meat, but they can still eat things that come from animals.
Q: ¿Cuál es la diferencia entre Why you decided to become vegan? y Why did you decide to become vagan? ?
A: The main difference in your question is that one is a question and the other isn't really.

The point of asking a question is to obtain an answer and there are many ways of achieving this.

To form a direct question in English we need 4 components
Question word + Auxiliary Verb + Subject + Main verb.

In this case, the question is "Why did you decide to become a vegan?"
Q: Why
A: did
S: you
M: decide...

Based on the rule above you can see that Why you decided to become a vegan, isn't a "real" question. However, you can still get an answer by using an imperative sentence, in this case, a command, by saying "Explain why you decided to become a vegan."
Q: ¿Cuál es la diferencia entre vegan y vegetarian ?
A: vegan eat fruits, wegetables, tofu not meat and animal products.
wegetarian eat fruits, wegetables, animal products not eat only meat
Q: ¿Cuál es la diferencia entre "vegan" y "vegetarian" ?
A: A vegetarian doesn't eat meat
A vegan doesn't eat any animal products (no meat, dairy or eggs)
Q: ¿Cuál es la diferencia entre vegan y vegetarian ?
A: Vegetarians eat derivative products of animals like cheese, honey, and so on. Vegans do not.

Traducciones de "Vegan"

Q: ¿Cómo dices esto en Inglés (US)? What is the different between vegan and vegetarian?
A: This is how both words are used in the US:
Vegan: a person that uses nothing that comes from an animal for food, clothing or anything else. They do not eat eggs, fish, seafood (except for plants like seaweed), milk, or honey. Anything that comes from plants is OK.
Vegetarian: a person who doesn’t eat or use anything that requires killing an animal. So unlike vegans, they will eat eggs, milk and honey.
Both words are also used as adjectives, like “vegan food” and “vegetarian food.”
Q: ¿Cómo dices esto en Inglés (US)? You are a vegan and don’t eat even snacks which contains pork extract and other meat’s extract?
Please correct my English.
A: You are a vegan? So you don't even eat snacks that contain pork or other meat extract?
Q: ¿Cómo dices esto en Inglés (US)? what is vegan
A: a person who doesn't eat meat or dairy like cow's products and eggs (anything related to animals)
Q: ¿Cómo dices esto en Inglés (US)? vegan

Otras preguntas sobre "Vegan"

Q: ¿Esto suena natural? 3-months vegan challenge. Results.
Just want to say I don`t force someone to abandon meat or smth, I just wanna share results and my point of view.
From the 1st of October I decided to try being vegan. It was my informed decision, because I`ve already tried some nutrition experiments during this year and just wanted to try something new. Actually I almost didn`t eat meat and fish, but cheese was like a drug for me. For the experiment I decided to exclude meat, fish and seafood, cheese, eggs, milk and dairy products from my diet. I had some fails like eating ice-cream some times and some bakery stuff that probably may contain some eggs and milk, but anyways I proud myself. The goal of the experiment was to clean my body and to know how do I feel without eating all these stuff. But in general, I was prompted to abandon these products aren`t love for animals, and the ecological situation. I watched several videos about how much recourse are spent to get 2 kg of meat or 1 liter of milk for example. As I started to learn the problems of ecology, I wanted to check if it possible to not eat it. What conclusions have I done? The first think I understood is I don’t want to eat meat, fish and seafood again. I doubt only about salmon, I need to try it again, maybe I won`t get so much pleasure from it like before. As for milk I'm quite used to vegetable milk and as knows adult organism is not needed in milk. As for cheese, I will eat it, but much less. I in no case don`t want to force myself to exclude anything, I just listen to my body and it happens naturally. After cleansing of the organism you start hearing what your body wants. Most of people may think it is nothing to eat then, but actually there are plenty of kinds of delicious food that not include animal products. To sum it up I wanna say I’m fully satisfied with this challenge and my body says me “Thanks”. So new experiments will come in New Year!
A: Not really needed but you can drop the during in experiments during this year.

Actually, I almost... sometimes* and some bakery stuff that probably may have contained some eggs and milk, but anyways, I am proud of myself.

...and to know how I feel without having eaten all of these things.
But in general, I was prompted to abandon these products because of my love for animals and the ecological situation.
What conclusions have I reached?
The first thing I understood is that...
I am just not sure about/I doubt about giving up salmon.

...vegetable milk and as far as I know adult organism(?) is not needed in milk.

I in no case... Has too many negatives, it would be better if you were to change it.

Most of the people may think that it isn't worth it, but actually, there are plenty of delicious foods that do not contain/include animal products.

...and my body says "Thanks" to me.
Q: ¿Esto suena natural? "I can't go vegan. I love meat so much."
A: Sounds good. You could also say I love meat too much. Clearly indicating it as the reason for not going vegan. It's just a small difference though. Both work
Q: What is allowed to eat for vegans?
A: *What are vegans allowed to eat?

Vegans can eat anything that doesn’t come from animals. They can eat vegetables, seeds, and fruits. They cannot eat meat, dairy, eggs, or seafood. 😊
Q: ¿Esto suena natural? Just to tell you know, I am vegan now
A: thats it properly
Q: Vegan vs. Vegetarian

Vegan vs. Vegetarian

Vegan vs. Vegetarian

This is for posting to a vegan site.

I understand the idea of being vegetarian and not eating meat.
I know that there is a difference between a vegan and a vegetarian.
I have two questions:

I wonder what is the point of excluding dairy products and eggs?
What products can vegans use specifically to get proteins ?

I'd like to be a vegan if I knew how to find a substitute for proteins which I get from dairy products and eggs.
Could you make a video to let us know what products vegans can use to get proteins in particular?
A: Revisa la pregunta para ver la respuesta

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