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A new set of texts with answers to some frequently asked questions about veganism

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We have published a new set of texts with answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about veganism. We hope this will be useful to address some common doubts people have about why and how to become vegan. This new collection of articles examines, among many other questions, whether it is healthy or expensive to be vegan, whether we should be vegan when not everyone in the world is, or whether or not veganism and antispeciesism are the same thing. The texts, each of which include several questions and answers, address the... Read more
 

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