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What vegan looks like

Going without meat and dairy products no longer means you have to go without great taste

By Sacha Pfeiffer
Globe Staff / May 17, 2007

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Like yoga and vegetarianism, vegan eating has moved more into the mainstream in recent years. Vegans shun foods that contain animal ingredients of any kind, including eggs, honey, and dairy products such as milk and cheese. A vegan diet, they believe, is better for human health, kinder to the environment, and avoids unjust treatment of animals -- even, as in ... (Full article: 1146 words)

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