In honour of my one year anniversary as vegan I decided to make a list of what one year as vegan has taught me. This is only the tip of the iceberg, of course but 300 things would take some time to write and read :p. Without further ado, the list:
- Being vegan is not hard, it’s a matter of perspective.
- By not eating one hamburger I save 4921.0353 liters of water (which is equivalent to not flushing your toilet for six months or not showering for three months).
- By being vegan I have enabled others to join the vegan cause.
- Before travelling with an aeroplane, make sure to contact the airline so that your meal will be vegan (eating only bread is just not that tasty after a while).
- We do not live in a world free of prejudice.
- Apparently I don’t get enough proteins according to some people.
- When saying you want vegan milk, you really need to specify.
- Pancakes will definitely be more tasty, but for God’s sake don’t overdo it with the baking powder.
- There’s no end to meat eaters claim that eating meat is essential.
- It doesn’t matter how hard you try, some people are never going to get it. Don’t bother.
- “Veganizing” your holiday meals is so much fun!
- Avocados equals love.
- Terrorising your parents with your vegan standpoints is not a good idea. You need them for buying that expensive vegan cheese.
- Although some people will never change, you ought not to loose faith in the entire human race.
- Being vegan isn’t just a diet, it’s a way of life.