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Today is the last day of our challenge. If you have not yet switched to a 100% plant-based diet, don't worry, many vegans give up because they are too hard on themselves.If one day you eat something of animal origin, the next day you can try again. The most important thing is to keep going.

There are middle paths that some choose to take for their own reasons. some choose to beflexitarians, that is to say that most of their diet is based on vegetables, but less frequently they consume meat, eggs or dairy products.

Others can go on a dietovolactovegetarianwhere they consume dairy and eggs, but do not consume meat of any kind. Thestrict vegetarianUnlike the previous one, he removes dairy and eggs from his diet, and only consumes products of plant origin.

Veganism, according to la Vegan Society, “is a way of life that seeks to exclude, as far as possible and practicable, all forms of exploitation and cruelty to animals for food, clothing, or any other purpose.” Therefore, veganism is not just a diet, it encompasses other habits in life, such as avoiding the use of cosmetics tested on animals, not attending shows where they are exploited, and using alternatives to leather, wool, and fur.

We promote strict vegetarianism as a diet, and veganism as a practice of respect for all sentient beings.Therefore, our hope is that you continue on this path, at your own pace and in the best way for you.

Now we invite you to answer our final survey, this will help us improve our work.By answering, you will be participating in a raffle with many prizes such as veg meals, t-shirts and ecological bags.

Thank you! Together we are creating a better world for the environment, for our health and for animals! 

Let's celebrate with this 100% vegetable chocolate ice cream recipe!

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