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    Gurdiev77 Gurdiev77 is offline
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    Veganism goes exponential

    VEGANISM looks like its gaining ground.

    Environmentally and ecologically desirable.
    An end to the indusrtrialised cruelty to our fellow creatures.

    The stats are mostly from the UK, as there isn't much available for Ireland, but trends are usually closely aligned.

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/katrina.../#31d549cc2144

    https://www.theguardian.com/lifeands...-of-vegan-food

    https://foodrevolution.org/blog/vega...istics-global/


    Vegan options are rapidly appearing on the menus of most restaurants in London- their financial advisors are watching the trends.

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/201...ew-year-trend/

    Veganism: How a maligned movement went mainstream - BBC News

    It ain't going away.......
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    exponential lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by silverharp View Post
    exponential lol
    take a look .....watch what the kids are doing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gurdiev77 View Post
    take a look .....watch what the kids are doing.
    less than 1% of the UK claim to be vegan , it will always be a small hobby minority <5%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gurdiev77 View Post
    VEGANISM looks like its gaining ground.

    Environmentally and ecologically desirable.
    An end to the indusrtrialised cruelty to our fellow creatures.

    The stats are mostly from the UK, as there isn't much available for Ireland, but trends are usually closely aligned.

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/katrina.../#31d549cc2144

    https://www.theguardian.com/lifeands...-of-vegan-food

    https://foodrevolution.org/blog/vega...istics-global/


    Vegan options are rapidly appearing on the menus of most restaurants in London- their financial advisors are watching the trends.

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/201...ew-year-trend/

    Veganism: How a maligned movement went mainstream - BBC News

    It ain't going away.......
    Like all radical extremist and ultimately tyrannical philosophies, those trying to push "veganism" try to make their movement seem much larger and more popular than it really is.


    If you want to eat crap, fine. Just STFU and get on with it

    You can't force me or anyone else.


    But, be warned, you will still face the full force of the law for child abuse if you push that shít on vulnerable and dependent children:


    An Italian baby raised on a vegan diet is hospitalized for severe malnutrition

    French vegans face trial after death of baby fed only on breast milk

    Parents convicted over baby killed by 'alternative' diet

    Vegan Nursing Mom's Baby Dies From Malnutrition

    Vegan toddler admitted to ICU for malnutrition, parents could face neglect charges

    Parents lose custody of malnourished toddler fed vegan diet
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    Quote Originally Posted by silverharp View Post
    less than 1% of the UK claim to be vegan , it will always be a small hobby minority <5%
    It is like saying 90%+ of the population are going to become mentally deranged.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gurdiev77 View Post
    VEGANISM looks like its gaining ground.

    It ain't going away.......
    Neither is syphilis. Doesn't mean we should be encouraging its spread.
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    The test is the market.

    If you eat out in London today, you will find Vegan options on the menus of virtually all the big restauants.
    Pret a manger ( fancy fast food ) are now rolling out 'Veggie Prets' , solely vegetarian and vegan outlets.

    The markets doesnt bother catering to tiny 'niches', but it recognises real trends.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trainwreck View Post
    Like all radical extremist and ultimately tyrannical philosophies, those trying to push "veganism" try to make their movement seem much larger and more popular than it really is.


    If you want to eat crap, fine. Just STFU and get on with it

    You can't force me or anyone else.


    But, be warned, you will still face the full force of the law for child abuse if you push that shít on vulnerable and dependent children:


    An Italian baby raised on a vegan diet is hospitalized for severe malnutrition

    French vegans face trial after death of baby fed only on breast milk

    Parents convicted over baby killed by 'alternative' diet

    Vegan Nursing Mom's Baby Dies From Malnutrition

    Vegan toddler admitted to ICU for malnutrition, parents could face neglect charges

    Parents lose custody of malnourished toddler fed vegan diet
    The test is the market.

    If you eat out in London today, you will find Vegan options on the menus of virtually all the big restauants.
    Pret a manger ( fancy fast food ) are now rolling out 'Veggie Prets' , solely vegetarian and vegan outlets.

    The markets doesnt bother catering to tiny 'niches', but it recognises real trends.
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    I'm partial to replacing meat with falafels a couple of times a week. That's as close as I will get.
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