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#28 - bennyandthejets
Reply +6
(12/11/2012) [-]
Is it even necessary to say the cookies are vegan?  Have you ever had a meat cookie?
Is it even necessary to say the cookies are vegan? Have you ever had a meat cookie?
#56 to #28 - neutrino
Reply +5
(12/11/2012) [-]
Vegan in not the same as vegetarian. It is necessary to say they are vegan. No, I have not had a meat cookie. However, I now intend to have one at the earliest opportunity.

Chocolate chip bacon cookies with a hint of maple syrup and honey....
#45 to #28 - srapture
Reply +5
(12/11/2012) [-]
Milk and butter are not vegan
#35 to #28 - hellsjester
Reply +5
(12/11/2012) [-]
this not vegan..... and i would kill myself if i was...... no bacon, no dairy and no eggs.
#52 to #35 - zilver
Reply +4
(12/11/2012) [-]
Egg & bacon with a glass of cold milk in the morning is a meal for Gods
#51 to #35 - zilver
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#32 to #28 - iheartsemen
Reply +8
(12/11/2012) [-]
Vegans don't eat anything that comes from an animal. Cookies generally have milk and eggs in them. Which vegans don't eat.
#31 to #28 - herecomesjohnny
Reply +4
(12/11/2012) [-]
vegan, not vegetarian
#34 to #31 - bennyandthejets
Reply 0
(12/11/2012) [-]
"The difference between a vegan and a vegetarian is that a vegan eliminates all animal products from their diet, including dairy." I just googled the difference, and accept that I look like an idiot.
#53 to #34 - hellsjester
Reply +1
(12/11/2012) [-]
and now he knows.... and knowing is half the battle
#54 to #53 - hellsjester
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