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PostPosted: Fri Feb 17, 2006 6:07 pm 
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madcat wrote:
I hate having to inspect my food so carefully!!!! I dislike that being vegan makes me so different when it comes to what I can eat. Don’t get me wrong, this is not to say that I want to stop being vegan, I just wish everyone was. I wish that I could go to IHOP to get vegan pancakes, or that I could eat anything at my friend’s houses.


DAMN IT WORLD…. BE VEGAN ALREADY!!!!!


I agree!!

It can get a bit tedious checking new foods (and even foods you're familiar with when it is "new and improved!") for whey, glycerine, D3 instead of D2. Since non-vegans CAN eat vegan food and can't have an ethical objection to it (but not vice-versa), then why not make vegan the norm? :wink:


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madcat wrote:
Well I got a reply today for 8th continent….
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Thank you for contacting 8th Continent with your inquiry. Unfortunately, at this time, we cannot state that any of the 8th Continent Soy Milk products are vegan.



It's ridiculous to make a soy milk that isn't vegan!! :shock:


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 17, 2006 6:12 pm 
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Not really. Some people that drink soy milk aren't even vegan. As a matter of fact, the first time I ever heard of soy milk was from a non vegan. Sad though, but ya.


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:( i still think its the b12.
damn it world! be vegan already!


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I was checking the ingredients of something that my brother eats, and it has lactoserum in it, but I can't find out what that word means, can anyone tell me? Is it just whey?

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http://www.wipo.int/cgi-pct/guest/getby ... T_SET=DECL

Not vegan according to this. Also, the word Lacto refers to milk, so it's defintely not vegan.


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Thanks dude :) lactoserum wasn't in any of the dictionaries or encyclopedias that I checked :x :x :x

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Richard wrote:
Thanks dude :) lactoserum wasn't in any of the dictionaries or encyclopedias that I checked :x :x :x

I've never heard of it, either. Maybe it's just a new, fancy term for " pus found in milk" ?


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It's a French word that crosses over into English at times, particularly in the scientific community. Basically a synonym for whey.


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Anytime Richard, glad I could help :)

Thanks Michael for explaining to us what it is, hwoever, I don't see how it would be French? Is the word "lacto" itself French or the entire word?


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