Originally Posted by stefanovich
Nutritional yeast is good.
The point I am making is that vegans are more likely to be aware of B12 sources and vegetarian, flexatarian and full carnivores interested in shifting to a full plant based diet or more likely thinking about reducing their intake of animal products will be less aware.
We should welcome their questions and not assume it’s trolling or anti vegan.
I think we are seeing a big shift to a flexatarian diet, plus a growing group of individuals who go plant based for short periods and then back to reduced animal product. I base this on my limited personal experience when chatting to people who attending tai chi and yoga classes and at the gym. Now most are doing it for health and environmental reasons, no one discussed animal welfare but it’s in the background I suppose.
Originally Posted by Pawwed Rig
Ah I know but you hear it all the time. Normally hear questions about protein etc.
I know what you mean and agree but I think the response is just as bad as the “where do you get your protein/vitamin/mineral from”.
There is enough misinformation posted in this forum, I can’t recall the last vegetarian thread posted here and are there not more vegetarians than vegans?
It has become a little toxic and unwelcoming if you are not a devout vegan.