Anonymous: Saying 'no animal products' instead of 'vegan' because people automatically think it's a bad thing.
Anonymous: "Modified milk ingredients"


Anonymous: "Come on! Just one bite..."
Anonymous: I was wondering if something says may contain traces of milk, should I eat it? Or produced on the same place (or belt or whatever) a milk should I eat that too? Sorry for the questions but thank you :)

It really just depends on the person, and how strict of a vegan they are. (And how much they want to eat whatever it is that says those things)

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Anonymous: To the one post about peanut butter being vegan, some are actually not! These are typically higher end food brands anyways. Just felt the need to share, always check peanut butter ingredients!