For many vegans, living plant-based and cruelty-free isn’t just a dietary preference; it’s a lifestyle. A fully vegan lifestyle isn’t always as simple as avoiding meat-based products, though. It extends to every aspect of life, often requiring intricate details of where exactly our food comes from and how it’s derived. For example: what exactly is cultured dextrose, and is it vegan?
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Vegan Alternative to Easter Eggs As the days lengthen and the winter warms to spring, New Yorkers all over the city prepare for their favorite mid-year holiday: Easter. And with these easy alternatives to Easter eggs, you can enjoy a very vegan Easter, even alongside your non-vegan friends and family!