Definition of veganism
The word “vegan” was first used in 1944 by Donald Watson of the Vegan Society of Great Britain, who wrote: “Veganism is a way of life that seeks to exclude (as far as possible and feasible) all forms of cruelty and exploitation of animals for food, clothing and other purpose. “
So veganism is by definition not just a way of eating, but a way of life. Vegans do not eat animal products, nor do they dress in animal skins and furs, nor do they use animals for entertainment or any other purpose.
Veganism means compassion, health, a positive outlook on the world.