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For many, just cutting the obvious non-vegan items from your life can be difficult – like when you have to navigate being a vegan during holiday dinners with your family, or need to pay exuberant amounts to order a vegan belt online. This is hard enough and I’m sorry to break it to you, but you are probably still using a lot of non-vegan products in your life. Unless you are living completely off the grid or making all of your own foodstuffs and products, then a few surprising animal products are probably going to slip into your life.
What is a Vegan? The simple answer to this question is “a person who does not consume or use products from animals.” That means no meat, poultry, fish, milk, eggs, butter, gelatin, honey, or Red Dye #40 (along with a slew of other ingredients which are made from animals or animal derivatives). It also means no wool, leather, and other non-food animal products.