Vegan Food Review “BURGER & FRIES?” AHHHHHH!

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Veganism /ˈviːɡənɪzəm/ is the practice of abstaining from the use of animal products, particularly in diet, as well as following an associated philosophy that rejects the commodity status of sentient animals. A follower of veganism is known as a vegan.

Distinctions are sometimes made between different categories of veganism. Dietary vegans (or strict vegetarians) refrain from consuming animal products, not only meat but, in contrast to ovo-lacto vegetarians, also eggs, dairy products and other animal-derived substances. The term ethical vegan is often applied to those who not only follow a vegan diet, but extend the vegan philosophy into other areas of their lives, and oppose the use of animals or animal products for any purpose. Another term used is environmental veganism, which refers to the avoidance of animal products on the premise that the harvesting or industrial farming of animals is environmentally damaging and unsustainable.

The term vegan was coined in 1944 by Donald Watson when he co-founded The Vegan Society in England, at first to mean “non-dairy vegetarian” and later to refer to “the doctrine that man should live without exploiting animals.” Interest in veganism increased in the 2000s; vegan food became increasingly available in supermarkets and restaurants in many countries, and several top athletes in endurance sports, such as the Ironman triathlon and the ultramarathon, began to practise veganism and raw veganism.

A 2009 research review indicated that vegan diets tend to be higher in dietary fibre, magnesium, folic acid, vitamin C, vitamin E, iron and phytochemicals, and lower in calories, saturated fat, cholesterol, long-chain omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin D, calcium, zinc and vitamin B12. Well-planned vegan diets appear to offer protection against certain degenerative conditions, including heart disease, and are regarded as appropriate for all stages of the life-cycle by the American Dietetic Association, the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council, and Dietitians of Canada. Because uncontaminated plant foods do not provide vitamin B12 (which is produced by microorganisms such as bacteria), researchers agree that vegans should eat B12-fortified foods or take a supplement.

15 thoughts on “Vegan Food Review “BURGER & FRIES?” AHHHHHH!

  1. This video is dedicated to a special subscriber named Joey Love. I hope
    this video gives you strength and makes you feel better :D

  2. I’ll never ever understand the vegan/vegetarian movement. It’s not the way
    we were ever supposed to live as meat eaters.

    Justa bunch of hippies, really.

  3. Vegans, in my experience, are absolutely insufferable wannabe know it all’s
    with some kind of sense of superiority. I have nothing against them, but I
    always get an unrequested lecture about what I eat. If animals didn’t want
    to be eaten, they wouldn’t taste so good. We are meat eating animals and
    evolved to enjoy the taste of meat. I’ll never trade steak for lettuce. Not
    until the apocalypse anyway.

  4. Why do vegans even fucking bother, just eat carrots and salad for the rest
    of your lives. Their alternative food is fucking disgusting and a disgrace
    to the real thing…

  5. When they finally succeed in cloning a stake or bacon that does not taste
    like plastic, that’s the day I go “vegan”. 

  6. Vegan food is the least expensive stuff on the planet :) Rice, beans, and
    potatoes are dirt cheap. But yeah some of the pre-made/gourmet/restaurant
    foods can sometimes be overpriced depending on the company or brand,
    because you’re also paying for their employees, marketing, rent, etc. Where
    I live none of the vegan burgers are $18, they’re around $6 or $8. Not sure
    about Canada but in the USA our government subsidizes meat and dairy so
    it’s less expensive than it should be, but is still more expensive than
    fruits/veg/grains/potatoes. Some people who go vegan or vegetarian were
    raised on meat and want to eat the same type of foods they grew up with,
    just without animal products. And some of the newer vegan faux meats/faux
    cheeses legitimately taste like real meat/cheese. Personally I prefer to
    just eat whole plant foods because they’re so cheap and nutritious, but I
    do eat the faux meat once in a while, usually if I go to the vegan
    vietnamese restaurant near me. Also the burger/fries you got look like
    they’re raw vegan which is generally more expensive at restaurants because
    they use lots of cashews and expensive nuts. Cheers :)

  7. Please do vegan some justice and try a proper vegan junk food burger. The
    one that you are trying in this video is a raw burger.. definitely not what
    all of us vegan eat.

  8. The reason what you ate was more expensive than meat based food is that you
    where probably ripped off, there are many vegan burgers out there on a par
    with the cost of meat based burgers. I could equally go to some place and
    buy a more expensive meat based burger.

    The chips, fries to you Americans, can actually be made out of potatoes if
    you so wish.

    Health wiseregards longevity there is, by current research, no benefit to
    either eating meat or been vegan.

    From the perspective of the environment, that’s the big blue green thing we
    live in, then veganism wins.

    From the point of an ethical argument vegan is a no brainer, unless you
    lack the organ, in which case it’s ok to eat you 😉 

  9. Vegan food is not nearly that expensive at most places, please don’t give
    people the wrong impression. As long as you do it right vegan food costs no
    more than an omnivore diet. Plus it’s cruelty free, which is priceless! 

  10. I’ve had vegan food that tastes just like meat. Burgers are not restricted
    to just meat, so the names don’t need to change. Explore your options.

  11. Dude, that really does look terrible. But just know that that isn’t
    representative of all vegan food. There is some delicious vegan food out
    there, including vegan burgers, “chicken,” cheeses, sushi the works. Try
    more vegan stuff if you really want to give your vegan audience a shout
    out. Gardein is a good starting point. Also, check out the Youtube channel
    “The Unhealthy Vegan.” He makes epic vegan stuff that looks delicious. 

  12. Vegan food greatly varies in price. Just like there is canned beef, there
    is also kobe beef. There is really cheap vegan food and then there is the
    more artisinal / gourmet end of the spectrum.

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